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Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul
Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul
Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul

St Peter and St Paul in Stallingborough was built in 1745-6 and is a typical Georgian ‘box’ shape.

The Victorians got at the interior leaving little of interest save brass and alabaster monuments to members of the Ayscough family.

Mark Acton, 2014

Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul church, Georgian, brick
Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul
Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul
Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul

This Georgian church is built of dull brick of varied colour, with brick quoins and a course of dentillation below the eaves.

The nave and lower part of the tower are in Flemish Bond; the upper part of the tower - darker brick and presumably of a later date - is in English Garden Wall Bond.

Contrasting stone is used for the window surrounds and the bell openings.

July 2014

Stallingborough, St Peter & St Paul church, brick
Stallingborough, Windmill (1)
Stallingborough, Windmill (1)
Stallingborough, Windmill (1)

This six-storeyed mill on a site south of the village centre was built in 1875.

Jon Sass Collection, photograph by D W Muggeridge, 1934

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

In 1957 this mill was caught out by a tailwind which wrecked the top.

Location of mill: TA 191 106

Peter Kirk Collection, 2002

Stallingborough, windmill, Peter Kirk