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Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints

Situated on the edge of the Wolds, with fine views across to Lincoln, All Saints was rebuilt in 1869 by James Fowler in Early English style.

Inside, the church has a timber arch separating the eastern apse from the nave.

Fowler retained a 13th century arcade which is built into the nave north wall.

August 2010 

Sixhills, All Saints, James Fowler
Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints

This fine decorated cast-iron work is on the ridge of the roof at the east end of the nave.

August 2010

Sixhills, All Saints, roof ridge cast iron
Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints
Sixhills, All Saints

Unglazed opening on the east side of the south porch, showing the ironstone and greenstone Fowler used (possibly reused?) in the construction of the church in 1869.

August 2010

Sixhills, All Saints