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** Quite interesting
* Not very interesting but worthy of inclusion
5 Open for long periods, or key readily available
4 May be open for long periods, but best to check beforehand
3 Uncertain opening times
2 Closed for all or most of the time other than for services
1 Closed at all times
Denomination: Church of England
Period: 14th Century, 15th Century, 17th Century, 19th Century
Features: Chancel area, Doorways, Pews, Pulpit, Rood screen, Spire, Tower
Location: 2 miles S of Sleaford on the A15.
This is a most attractive, largely late 14th-century church. From the 14th-century tower surmounted by a slender and graceful spire with flying buttresses, the charming 14th-century S door with ballflower moulding, and the 1878 well rebuilt chancel, to the fine 14th-century woodwork of pew ends, and the 15th-century rood screen, to the 17th-century pulpit, there is much to please the eye and raise the spirit of the visitor.
Address: Church Lane, Centre of village, Silk Willoughby, Lincolnshire, NG34 8PD