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Wragby, All Saints
Wragby, All Saints
Wragby, All Saints

All Saints was built in 1839 by W A Nicholson of Lincoln and funded by the Turnors, who owned most of the village.

It is a large church with a relatively short chancel which Nicholson had intended to be longer.

August 2013

Wragby, All Saints church, W A Nicholson
Wragby, All Saints
Wragby, All Saints
Wragby, All Saints

Built in pale yellow local brick by W A Nicholson, All Saints’ dates from 1839 and was built for the Turnor family.

The church has tall lancet windows, gabled buttresses and tall pinnacles.

The sizable interior has a west gallery and a rare early organ.

August 2013

Wragby, All Saints church, W A Nicholson, Turnor
Wragby, Market Place
Wragby, Market Place
Wragby, Market Place

This undated photograph looks northwards towards the junction of the A158 and B1202 roads.

The west side of the Market Place, seen here on the left, is relatively unchanged today.

undated postcard 

Wragby, Market Place
Wragby, Methodist Chapel
Wragby, Methodist Chapel
Wragby, Methodist Chapel

The Methodist Church in Wragby, built in 1894, is typical of the late 19th century / Edwardian style. The sanctuary is on the right, the school room and 'facilities' are on the left.

June 2017

Wragby, Methodist Chapel Wesleyan
Wragby, Methodist Chapel
Wragby, Methodist Chapel
Wragby, Methodist Chapel

The former Wesleyan chapel in Church Street was opened in September 1894 on the site of an earlier chapel built in 1809.

June 2017

Wragby, Methodist Wesleyan Chapel
Wragby, Old Grammar School
Wragby, Old Grammar School
Wragby, Old Grammar School

A grammar school was founded in Wragby in 1632 by William Hansard. It was rebuilt by the parish in 1775 and this is the building which survives today.

In the late nineteenth century the building was used as an infants’ school. The building has recently been restored.

June 2017

Wragby, grammar school, William Hansard