'Thrilling', according to Henry Thorold¹, the tower of St. Margaret's church, Marton, has a late Saxon or early Norman tower with herringbone coursing.
The chancel arch is of similar date. The north arcade is late Norman; the south arcade is Early English.
There is a 12th century sculpture of the Crucifixion in the sanctuary north wall.
¹ Thorold, Henry, 1993. Lincolnshire Churches Revisited. Michael Russell
Mark Acton, 2006