The church of All Saints in the Wolds hamlet of Croxby is easily missed but worth the effort of finding.
It has lost both the Norman south arcade and late thirteenth-century north arcade.
Mark Acton, 2014
The church of All Saints at Croxby in the Wolds just north of the old Binbrook airfield is well worth visiting, especially if to view the Norman and thirteenth-century work inside.
Attractive straight headed bench end.
An attractive straight-headed bench end at All Saints church.
The font in All Saints church dates from the Norman period. It is drum shaped with intersecting tracery.
The chancel arch at All Saints is early 12th century, with chamfered imposts and a single-stepped arch.
Mark Acton 2014
Arcades survive on both north and south sides of the nave, though the aisles of the 13th and 14th centuries have long gone.
A country house dated 1730.
Pearl Wheatley, 2012