A Partial Ruin with a Grass Carpet
This evocative, partially ruined flint church has a bold tower and fabulous 14th-century windows.
The churchyard is an oasis of trees in unhedged farmland and the floor of the roofless nave and chancel ...
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Remains of a Long Vanished Village
This isolated, homely church stands at the end of a long track on the site of a vanished village.
The chancel, nave and square west tower date from the 14th century â€“ but the church ...
A Treasure House of Local Craftmanship
There has been a settlement at Icklingham at least since Roman times, situated as it is at an important junction of the Icknield Way, one of the most important ancient routes.
All Saints' is an u...
Be Seated on Grotesque Carvings
Although restored by the Victorians between 1857 - 1866, All Saints still contains stone carvings and a chancel arch from Norman times.
The 15th-century benches have beautiful carvings â€“ look for the back panel fille...
The beautiful 16th century medieval thatched barn is only open when events are on. Check our website.
Eastern Angles, Artworks and the wonderful Christmas event including British Crafts, Country Christmas Shop, Christmas Trees, Christmas Workshops and Santa's Grott...