Charles Kirk of Sleaford was the architect for the rebuilding of St Lucia in 1868.
The chancel arch is original Late Norman work and has waterleaf capitals.
View from the south-east. The nave has a frieze with neo-Norman decoration,
The attractive approach to St Lucia's. Charles Kirk the architect chose a rock-faced stone and a Norman style.
The view from the west is dominated by the twin bellcote.
Kirk's design for the bellcote - not his most successful, with its juxtaposition of rock-face and ashlar stone - includes nailhead decoration, an architectural embellishment typical of the Norman period.
Pevsner describes this pillar piscina as possibly the finest in the country.
The shaft has horizontal zig-zag. The bowl is also richly decorated with scallops and crosses.
The south doorway, part of Kirk's 1867 rebuild, is faithful to the Norman style, with zig-zag decoration and a round arch.