Former school now village hall.
"The school was built as a National School in 1872 and was closed on 21 May 1926.
It re-opened on 14 January 1929 for children under the age of nine years (older children being transferred to Claypole and Long Bennington Schools).
The school was again closed on 28 March 1961, with the children transferred to Claypole and Long Bennington Schools"
DB 5 September 2018
The early fourteenth-century tower of St James, Dry Doddington, leans at an angle of 5.1° (more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa).
North & south arcades are circa 1300.
The nave & chancel exterior walls are from the 1876-77 restoration.
Mark Acton, 2015
View from the south-west (before the removal of iron railings).
Peter Kirk Collection, 1990
"Parish Church now church. Early C12, late C13, early C14, 1876-7"
Detail of south door.
"early C12 doorway with chevroned round headed arch and jambs, hood mould, and mask head label stops"
" Early C14 tower of coursed rubble with ashlar quoins and of 2 stages"
"Squat broach spire with 4 large lucarnces alternating directions with 4 very small ones above.
Tower and spire lean towards the west"
Former telephone kiosk next to the Wheatsheaf Inn.
Now used to house defibrillator.
"Shona McCallin, MBE (born 18 May 1992) is a member of Great Britain women's national field hockey team and an Olympic gold medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics."
Kelley's Directory of Lincolnshire 1876 lists the Wheatsheaf with William Webster as its landlord.
Notice in the pub window stating that it was now closed.
Another view of the Wheatsheaf Inn with Saint James Church in the background.