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North Hykeham
 
North Hykeham, All Saints
North Hykeham, All Saints
North Hykeham, All Saints

All Saints’ was built by Michael Drury in 1858 in Decorated style, with geometrical tracery in the east window.

Particularly striking are the circular bell openings of the south-west tower.

November 2013

North Hykeham, All Saints church, Michael Drury
North Hykeham, All Saints
North Hykeham, All Saints
North Hykeham, All Saints

All Saints’ was built in 1858 in Decorated style, with an arcade across the west front.

Particularly striking are the circular bell openings of the south-west tower.

November 2013

North Hykeham, All Saints church
North Hykeham, Harrows Inn, Lincoln Road
North Hykeham, Harrows Inn, Lincoln Road
North Hykeham, Harrows Inn, Lincoln Road

In Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 the following public houses are mentioned :-

Cox James, Plough inn

Gostick Albert, Fox & Hounds P.H. Newark road

Wilcockson Ibberson Jn. Harrow inn

and in 1885 :- 

Berridge William, Harrow inn

Debus Philip, Plough inn

also

Robinson John, beer retailer 

DB 19 April 2018

North Hykeham, Harrows Inn, Public House
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (1)
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (1)
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (1)

This tower mill built in 1824 with four floors, later heightened to five.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

North Hykeham, Ladd's Mill, windmill, Jon Sass
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (2)
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (2)
North Hykeham, Ladd’s Mill (2)

Ladd's Mill had four sails and worked by wind for almost exactly 100 years.

Location of mill: SK 940 656

Peter Kirk Collection, 2002

North Hykeham, Ladd's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk
North Hykeham, Library, Middle Street
North Hykeham, Library, Middle Street
North Hykeham, Library, Middle Street

Former library which closed 14th October 2017.

DB 30 May 2018 

North Hykeham, Library
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane

Colin Sheperdson in his "Brief Details of Chapels in the Lincoln Circuits" Revised 2001 states :-

i) A house was licenced in April 1809 but the cause died out in 1815.

It was re-missioned in 1830 and a chapel opened on the 28.10.1838.

Following the opening of the new chapel it was subsequently converted in to two houses, now 7 & 8 Cross Lane.

ii) The foundation stone for a new chapel in Chapel Lane, was laid on the 8.8.1881.

Following modernisation and an extension it was reopened on the 13.5.1989 and is still in use with a membership of 71. 

DB 19 April 2018

North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane
North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist, Chapel Lane

Foundation stone dated 1881.

DB 19 April 2018

North Hykeham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel