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Butterwick, Five Bells, Public House
Butterwick, Five Bells, Public House
Butterwick, Five Bells, Public House

"It was built as a railway hotel but the railway was never built"

https:////www.bateman.co.uk/locations/five-bells/  

The church tower originally housed five bells hence the pub's name. A Sixth bell added to the tower in 1923!

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Five Bells, Public House
Butterwick, Old Brew House
Butterwick, Old Brew House
Butterwick, Old Brew House

"House. C17, altered C18, with minor C19 and C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360446 

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Old Brew House
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane

"There has been a school in Butterwick for a very long time.

In 1665 Anthony Pinchbeck left seventy-four acres of land to a group of people who were charged with the task of administering the land, renting it to farmers and using the rent to provide a grammar school for all the boys in the surrounding area and a house for the headmaster.

On October 23rd 1876, under the Endowed Schools Act, the endowment of the school is devoted to Elementary Education - no longer a grammar school.

The old building was to be adapted as an infant and girls' school and a new school built for boys"

https://www.butterwick.lincs.sch.uk/page/?title=About+The+School&pid=53  

See also

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Butterwick/section.asp?catId=14858 

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Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Anthony Pinchbeck, Endowed Schools Act
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane

"In 1961 with the building of the Giles School, the children aged 11 were transferred there.

The two Butterwick Schools combined under one Head Teacher, Miss D Calthrop, with the infants using the Boys’ School and the juniors using the Girls’ School.

The Governors had a new building constructed, combining both groups of children in 1973, with 5 classrooms"

https://www.butterwick.lincs.sch.uk/page/?title=About+The+School&pid=53 

See also

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Butterwick/section.asp?catId=14858 

DB 9 June 2018 

Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane
Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School, Girls School Lane

Two additional classrooms were added in 1878.

Date picked out in brickwork. 

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Butterwick, Pinchbeck Endowed School
Butterwick, Post Office
Butterwick, Post Office
Butterwick, Post Office

"The post office "first started at a large house in a farmyard in Benington Road, (only outbuildings remain) before moving to a cottage at 9 Old Post Office Lane, for many years (now a private house).

Eventually the Post Office moved to the Village Shop in Brand End Road next door to what is now the Fish Shop"

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Butterwick/section.asp?catId=14851 

DB 9 June 2018 

Butterwick, Post Office, Fish Shop
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew

St Andrew, Butterwick, is a 'delightful amalgam of stone and brick' (Thorold¹).

It has a Georgian brick tower and Tudor brick clerestory, but the rest is much patched-up and rebuilt with some Early English work.

¹ Thorold, Henry, 1993. Lincolnshire Churches Revisited. Michael Russell

Mark Acton, 2011
Butterwick, church, georgian, tudor, early english,
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew

"Parish church. C13, C14, C15, tower 1714, restoration 1770 and 1879"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308528 

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Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew
Butterwick, St Andrew

Interior looking east towards the chancel.

Reset C14 chancel arch.

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church
Butterwick, St Andrew, Chancel Screen
Butterwick, St Andrew, Chancel Screen
Butterwick, St Andrew, Chancel Screen

"C15 chancel screen having panel traceried bays with cusped and crocketed ogee arches, with Alpha and Omega over the centre"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308528 

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church, Chancel Screen
Butterwick, St Andrew, Change Ringing
Butterwick, St Andrew, Change Ringing
Butterwick, St Andrew, Change Ringing

Board hung in the tower recording 6000 changes rung on the church bells 19th March 1896 in

"3 hours 45 minutes in 25 methods" 

Tower built 1714 housing 5 bells. Sixth bell added in 1923.

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church, Bells, Change Ringing
Butterwick, St Andrew, Font
Butterwick, St Andrew, Font
Butterwick, St Andrew, Font

"Font has C13 clustered columned base and C19 battered octagonal bowl with contemporary lid"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308528 

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church, Font
Butterwick, St Andrew, Pulpit
Butterwick, St Andrew, Pulpit
Butterwick, St Andrew, Pulpit

"A fine C15 panelled pulpit on C19 base"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308528 

DB 9 June 2018 

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church, Pulpit
Butterwick, St Andrew, Stained Glass
Butterwick, St Andrew, Stained Glass
Butterwick, St Andrew, Stained Glass

"The only stained window was given in memory John Abbott who for 32 years Master of Pinchbeck Endowed School; who died 15th December 1902"

http://parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Butterwick/section.asp?catId=14853 

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church, stained glass, John Abbott, Pinchbeck Endowed School
Butterwick, War Memorial
Butterwick, War Memorial
Butterwick, War Memorial

An obelisk of red Aberdeen granite situated in Saint Andrew's churchyard.

"ERECTED BY THE INHABITANTS OF BUTTERWICK TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEN FROM THIS VILLAGE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR (1914-1918)"

DB 9 June 2018

Butterwick, War Memorial
Butterwick, Windmill (1)
Butterwick, Windmill (1)
Butterwick, Windmill (1)

This four-storey mill was built in 1871 and was powered by four sails.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

Butterwick, windmill, Jon Sass
Butterwick, Windmill (2)
Butterwick, Windmill (2)
Butterwick, Windmill (2)

The mill at Butterwick ceased working in the 1920s and is listed Grade II.

Location of mill: TF 385 456.

Peter Kirk Collection, 2002
Butterwick, windmill, Peter Kirk