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St. Nicholas Church, Caenby, August 2015

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I stumbled across this local(ish) church whilst searching for something else. So me and the dog went for a walk. Both entrances to the lanes had electric gates with intercom, layby and through the field it was then.

Overgrown, locked tight and to fat for the tiny window I grabbed a few gopro and phone shots then went home.

The tiny redundant 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.

I spy with my little eye!

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Thanks me friends :)

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