The tiny church of St Nicholas, consisting of a nave and chancel, is down a lane south of Glentworth. The church, medieval in origin, was restored in 1869 and most of what you see externally is of that date. The church was made redundant in 1975 and sold into private hands and is now used as a store. Sadly it wasn't possible to get inside. I was cheered to see that some structural work is being undertaken on the churchyard walls and the church itself appeared to be in good order.
Access: The church is locked and there is no keyholder. The church is up a farm track and there is limited parking just to the south of the church to the right hand side of the track.
Posted by Allan Barton at 09:00