St Andrew's Church, Redbourne, Lincolnshire

Redbourne, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 4QN
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Dramatic stained glass

This substantial church, built largely in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, has a wonderfully tall, slender tower. The interior is an attractive mix of Decorated and Perpendicular with Georgian and Victorian.

It includes a very beautiful, detailed, dramatic and vividly coloured stained glass window of the Day of Judgement from 1830. There are also some excellent eighteenth and nineteenth-century monuments, some ducal hatchments of the St Albans family who lived at the Hall and a notable incised slab to Sir Gerald Sothill (1410).

This church costs £1203 a year to maintain. Please make a contribution towards its upkeep at our donate page:

A contribution can also be made by texting "RED" to 70970 to donate £5 or 70191 to donate £10.  Thank you.

St Andrew's Church features in Legacy Makers and Boundary Breakers: Extraordinary Women of Historic Churches, discover the connection between Harriot Mellon Coutts and St Andrew's Church below: