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South Witham
 
South Witham, Chapel
South Witham, Chapel
South Witham, Chapel

The inscription in the gable end reads 'Home Missionary Chapel erected 1853' and below on the string course is 'and British School'.

September 2010

South Witham, chapel
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist

The oldest part of the church of St John Baptist is the Norman north arcade of the late 12th century.

The transepts are 14th and 15th century work.

The chancel was rebuilt in 1930

The site of a Knights Templar Preceptory lies a mile north of the village.

September 2010

South Witham, St John Baptist, Knights Templar preceptory
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist

St John the Baptistís has a western bell-cote dating from the 13th century.

September 2010

South Witham, St John Baptist, bell-cote
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist
South Witham, St John Baptist

A headstone in Celtic style.

September 2010

South Witham, St John Baptist