Toynton St Peter's church has a Perpendicular greenstone tower. The north arcade is fourteenth-century.
The rest is of the building is the work of James Fowler of Louth in 1876-77.
Mark Acton, 2016
The well-proportioned tower of the Perpendicular period has angled buttresses but the former battlements have been replaced by courses of plain brick.
An unusual crop of grassy vegetation has been allowed to take root.
View from the north-west shows more of Fowler's unambitious nineteenth restoration.
The substantial chancel built in 'foreign' stone by Fowler in his restoration of the 1870s.
The base of this cross standing to the west of the tower is said to be the bowl of a medieval font.