Historic Church Tour: Forgotten Gems of Lincolnshire's Coastal Marshlands

All Saints' Church, Saltfleetby, Lincolnshire
10th October 2016
10.00am - 4.00pm
From £45
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Explore the forgotten historic gems of Lincolnshire's coastal marshes in the company of those that know them best.

Following collection at Doncaster railway station the day starts at All Saints, Saltfleetby, a church sparsely but beautifully furnished with a gorgeous 15th-century carved screen and two pulpits, one Elizabethan and rustic, the other 17th century from Oriel College, Oxford.

The isolated St Botolph, Skidbrooke has an air of peace in contrast to its wild, marshy setting, The bare and unadorned interior has several wonderful arcades, giving the church its wonderful charm and character. St Peter, South Somercotes is known as ‘the Queen of the Marsh’ as its spire has guided sailors along the Lincolnshire coast for centuries. Finally at All Saints, Theddlethorpe, we'll see incredibly rare parclose screens dating from the 1550s.

  • Coach: Collects from Doncaster train station at 10am, and returns at 5pm.
  • Included: The price includes a light lunch, expert tour guides, pick up and drop off from the railway station and travel between sites.
  • Please note: it may be necessary to alter some details of the tours. Guests will be advised of any such amends as soon as possible.
Chloe Meredith
0800 206 1463

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