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Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints

The church of All Saints in Heapham has an Anglo-Saxon tower and doorway in the south wall of the nave.

The chancel and north arcade are Early English.

The font is drum shaped and Norman.

Mark Acton, 2006

Heapham, All Saints, Norman, font,
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints

The church is mainly constructed in coursed rubble limestone, much of which is covered in cement render.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints

The church tower is the earliest element of the church, dating from the eleventh century.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints, tower
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints

All Saints church at Heapham is rather remote from the village centre.

The church is mainly constructed in coursed rubble limestone, much of which is covered in cement render. 

June 2020

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Heapham, All Saints
Heapham, All Saints, Label Stop
Heapham, All Saints, Label Stop
Heapham, All Saints, Label Stop

The label stop to the hood mould over the nave window, a decorative feature dating from the nineteenth-century restoration of the church.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints, label stop, hood mould
Heapham, All Saints, Porch
Heapham, All Saints, Porch
Heapham, All Saints, Porch

The south porch dates from the eighteenth century. It has a round headed doorway with imposts and hood mould.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints, porch
Heapham, All Saints, Tower
Heapham, All Saints, Tower
Heapham, All Saints, Tower

The tower is supported by clasping pilaster buttresses of a later date.

There are bell openings on all 4 sides, each with paired round headed openings divided by mid wall shaft with crudely moulded base, volute capital and impost blocks.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints, tower, bell openings
Heapham, All Saints, Window
Heapham, All Saints, Window
Heapham, All Saints, Window

This key-shaped window is at high level on the western face of the tower.

This is a design typical of the Anglo-Saxon period and found in other churches in north-west Lincolnshire.

June 2020

Heapham, All Saints, anglo-Saxon window
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (1)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (1)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (1)

This four-storey mill was built for William Hewitt in 1876.

Jon Sass Collection, photograph 1952

Heapham, Hewitt's Mill, windmill, Jon Sass
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (2)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (2)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (2)

Location of Hewitt's Mill: SK 873 887

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998


Heapham, Hewitt's Mill
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (3)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (3)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (3)

Details of the sails on Hewitt's Mill

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998

Heapham, Hewitt's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (4)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (4)
Heapham, Hewitt’s Mill (4)

Details of the fantail on Hewitt's Mill.

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998

Heapham, Hewitt's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk