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Coleby (Kesteven), All Saints
Coleby (Kesteven), All Saints
Coleby (Kesteven), All Saints

Coleby All Saintsí has a Saxon and Norman tower with a crocketed Perpendicular spire.

The interior has Norman and Early English arcades and an Early English chancel.

The south doorway and the font are fine examples of Norman work.

June 2012

Coleby, All Saints, Ketseven, spire, Saxon tower
Coleby Hall
Coleby Hall
Coleby Hall

Coleby Hall was built for Sir William Lister in 1628 and was enlarged by Thomas Scrope in the following century.

Early 20th century photograph

More details about this house and its owners can be found in T R Leach's book, 'Lincolnshire Country Houses and their Families: Part 2', published by SLHA.  Buy a copy.

Coleby, Hall, Sir William Lister, Thomas Scrope
Coleby, Methodist Church
Coleby, Methodist Church
Coleby, Methodist Church

The former Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Blind Lane was built in 1903 on the site of previous chapel, built in 1835, which burnt down.

The last service was held here in 1997 and it has since been converted into a dwelling.

April 2017

Coleby, Wesleyan Methodist Church