St Peter & Paul, CHERRY WILLINGHAM and St Peter & Paul, REEPHAM
For our March meeting we visited Cherry Willingham where group member Norman Walker guided us round his local church. This church, built in 1753, is a very fine Georgian building said to be the most dignified in Lincolnshire. There is a large monument to Thomas Becke erected in 1757 who was responsible for building this church.
The church of St Peter and Paul, Cherry Willingham
We then moved on to Reepham where our guide was Graham Beaumont. Much of this church was rebuilt in the mid nineteenth century but there is some medieval work in the interior.
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