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Ulceby, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Primitive Methodist Chapel

The chapel on High Street was built for the Primitive Methodists in 1889 to replace a smaller building on Abbey Road. It closed for worship in 1943 and was sold in 1950.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), Primitive methodist chapel
Ulceby, Seventh Day Adventist Church
Ulceby, Seventh Day Adventist Church
Ulceby, Seventh Day Adventist Church

This small chapel at the end of Spruce Lane and beginning of Station Road was the very first Adventist owned church in the UK when dedicated in 1889.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire),
Ulceby, St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas

The tower of St Nicholas's church, built of ironstone, probably dates from the fourteenth century.

The nave and chancel were built in the 14th and 15th centuries, though much restored.

The spire was rebuilt in 1928.

Brenda Coulson, undated photograph

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas

Like several churches in the Wolds north of Caistor, chalk is successfully used in construction of the church - here for the south aisle though these aisle buttresses are of limestone.

September 2019

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Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower

The ironstone tower dates from about 1300, but the spire was rebuilt in 1928.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), St Nicholas
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower Buttresses
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower Buttresses
Ulceby, St Nicholas, Tower Buttresses

The buttresses of the ironstone tower, facing the prevailing weather, are badly eroded.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), St Nicholas
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £11. 18s. 4d., and now at £312, is in the gift of the Lord Chancellor and incumbency of the Rev. William Henry Flowers, B.A., who has a good residence and 121 acres of glebe, in lieu of tithes.

By an Order in Council, dated August 13th, 1855, the rector of Croxton pays the sum of £170 to the vicar of Ulceby"


Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £300, with residence, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and held since 1917 by the Rev. James Leask M.A. of Aberdeen University"

Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

The Methodist Chapel on Front Street was built for the Wesleyans in 1909, the second chapel on this site.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire), Wesleyan Methodist chapel
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ulceby, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

A second view of the chapel at the corner of Front Street and Coronation Road.

September 2019

Ulceby (North Lincolnshire),