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Carlby, St Stephen, escutcheon
Carlby, St Stephen, escutcheon
Carlby, St Stephen, escutcheon

This decorative iron escutcheon is over the keyhole in the south door of the church.

September 2014

Carlby, St Stephen church, escutcheon
Croft, All Saints, door
Croft, All Saints, door
Croft, All Saints, door

The fine panelled door leading into the south side of the nave is dated 1633.

May 2016

Croft, All Saints church, door
Deeping St James, door handle
Deeping St James, door handle
Deeping St James, door handle

Door handle and decorated metal plate on south door.

September 2014

Deeping St James, church, door handle
Great Sturton, All Saints, Nave, Door
Great Sturton, All Saints, Nave, Door
Great Sturton, All Saints, Nave, Door

C11 round headed dorrway with C16 plank door.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063098 

DB 6 February 2020

Great Sturton, All Saints, Church, door
Haugh, St Leonard, door handle
Haugh, St Leonard, door handle
Haugh, St Leonard, door handle

Attractive ironwork in the south door.

September 2015

Haugh, St Leonard church, door handle
Healing, St Peter & Paul, west door
Healing, St Peter & Paul, west door
Healing, St Peter & Paul, west door

Detail of the fine west door - presumably Fowler's design.

July 2014

Healing, St Peter & St Paul, west door
Kirkby Underwood, St Mary & All Saints
Kirkby Underwood, St Mary & All Saints
Kirkby Underwood, St Mary & All Saints

The south doorway is from the Early English period, c.1200. Above the pointed arch is a niche in which a modern figurine has been placed.

October 2017

Kirkby Underwood, St Mary & All Saints
Laceby, St Margaret, Porch
Laceby, St Margaret, Porch
Laceby, St Margaret, Porch

"C12 chamfered round-arched inner door with plain moulded imposts"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1346952 

DB 8 February 2020

Laceby, Saint Margaret, Church, door
Mavis Enderby, St Michael, Nave, North Door
Mavis Enderby, St Michael, Nave, North Door
Mavis Enderby, St Michael, Nave, North Door

"Rustic carved wooden angel over north door presumably from earlier roof"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1166344 

DB 9 November 2018

Mavis Enderby, Saint Michael, church
Pickworth, St Andrew, South Aisle, Door
Pickworth, St Andrew, South Aisle, Door
Pickworth, St Andrew, South Aisle, Door

South door with C17 or C18 text from Psalm 27:4 above left.

DB 2 March 2020

Pickworth, Saint Andrew, church, door
Ruckland, St Olave, South Door
Ruckland, St Olave, South Door
Ruckland, St Olave, South Door
Interior of south door. A new south door was commissioned in memory of a regular member of the congregation, retired architect John Sketchley.
 
He was born in Loughborough in April 1915.  A career in architecture led to his becoming Chief Architect in Nottingham City Engineers’ Dept.  In 1964 he moved to become City Architect in Gloucester where he worked for the next ten years.   During that time he designed Sir Thomas Rich’s Grammar School building in Elmbridge.
 
The inscription around the head of the door reads:
 
IN MEMORY OF JOHN R SKETCHLEY FRIBA OF BURWELL MANOR 1915 1995
 
Jean Howard, April 2018
Ruckland, Saint Olave Church, image, door
Stamford, St John Baptist
Stamford, St John Baptist
Stamford, St John Baptist

North west door - the usual entrance to the church.

September 2014

Stamford, St John Baptist church
Tattershall, Holy Trinity, North Door
Tattershall, Holy Trinity, North Door
Tattershall, Holy Trinity, North Door

This door on the north side of the nave, possibly original, is the usual modern entrance to the church.  It has a small wicket.

September 2010

Tattershall, Holy Trinity, north door, wicket
Welby, St Bartholomew, door
Welby, St Bartholomew, door
Welby, St Bartholomew, door

Pevsner simply describes this door at the south entrance as 'traceried'. It is clearly in Perpendicular style.

Does it date from the fifteenth century or from Hakewill's restoration of 1873? Its condition suggests the latter.

April 2016

Welby, St Bartholomew, door