A large greenstone church in a large village. St Helenís, Mareham le
Fen, has a fourteenth-century chancel and nave arcades though the
exterior is mostly Victorian (1873).
The south aisle has oil paintings, perhaps preliminary cartoons for a set of large Stations of the Cross.
The interior is cluttered; how many churches contain a three-piece
suite? The bare interior walls cry out for limewash to dispel the gloom.
Mark Acton, 2013
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