The view of St Mary's from the south-east depicts the chancel of 1861-62 by Rogers and Marsden of Louth.
Mark Acton, 2014
The south door and tower of St Mary's.
Pevsner dates the window in the tower to c.1300 and concedes that the small, single-light bell-openings are 'odd'.
The church of St Mary in Hatcliffe has an old ironstone tower, late twelfth-century south doorway to the nave and a chancel of 1861-2.
The north wall of the nave is confusing but suggests a lost arcade.
A cared-for building.
The north wall of the nave of St Mary's is confusing but suggests a lost arcade and the later insertion of windows (13th century).