This mill was said to date from the seventeenth century. It was demolished in 1920 though the mill house in Mill Lane still survives.
Postcard published by Skegness Postcard Library, from David Robinson Collection, 1905
An earlier photograph of the church at a time when the churchyard was ill-maintained.
Jews' Court collection, 1978
The earliest parts of St Thomas's church date from the thirteenth century.
It was restored in 1843-44 and the chancel rebuilt in 1874.
Peter Kirk Collection, 2002
View from the south. Windows of various periods and styles.
Stiff-leaf capitals in the south arcade.
Capital in the north arcade.
The chancel was built in 1874.
The font dates from c.1300 and, like many, is octagonal in shape. It has attractive tracery on the side panels.
The south doorway has dog-tooth decoration.