Goulceby, All Saints

Glouceby All Saints, image by Richard Croft*
Goulceby is a delightful village nestling in the valleys of the Lincolnshire Wolds.  On the Viking Way long distance footpath, All Saints is a welcome shelter in inclement weather.  An unassuming Grade II listed parish church, All Saints was re-built in 1908 re-using medieval fragments. Although simple in style and size it is, however, tenderly cared for.

All Saints has a slate roof and a gabled west bellcote containing a single bell. The building has simply one room, with the bellcote, nave and chancel in the same space as the north porch and vestry.

Opening times:
Saturday dawn–dusk
Sunday dawn–dusk

Postcode: LN11 9UA

Visit this church's page on the Explore Churches website here:

https://www.nationalchurchestrust.org/explore-churches/all-saints-goulceby

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