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UK Biscuit Church - Lincolnshire - May 2015

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This little church has sat lonely for a few years, money dried up and it has basically been left to decay, yippeee. Well not for them but yes for me. I loved this little place, lots of atmosphere too. Haven't actually got any history so I am basically making it up as I am going along and the more I type the more interesting it looks :mrgreen:

There were a few there that day like us trying to get in but only we managed it because we rock! We waited ..... and waited......and waited.... pretending to take pics of trees, gravestones and his car which was nicely parked up in a meadow.

There were dogs, I fucking hate dogs. Barking as soon as we got out of the car, every time they saw any of us they barked.

So basically after pretending to be avid nature photographers we made our entry, obviously if you've read any of my other posts explores are never uneventful haha. This explore was no exception. Got in quickly allthough clambering through something that I really shouldn't have been able to get my body through was slightly uncomfortable, sealed entry so we could stay undetected and off we went to start snapping. It is only a small church but has lots of character. I loved everything about it, especially the stained glass. I did at one point stand up on the pulpit and read an extract to HT who did actually stop and listen for a few seconds before pissing himself laughing because I had put on my posh voice. It was all going allright until someone tried the door handle,we just looked at each other and thought oh fuck, luckily we were inbetween the pulpit and the organ, bit of a tight squeeze, funny as fuck trying not to make any noise. The windows were low too so trying to stay hidden was hard. Thankfully they buggered off, whoever it was and left us to it. It was an amazing little place with a hell of a lot of prettiness.

Anyway, pics.

Pretty little thing

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Absolutely loved this

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One of us posing

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Time for a sermon

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That gap between the organ and wall... yep thats where we hid hahahaha. Surprised I got my arm in there!!

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Enjoy & thanks for looking

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Been here my self a shame that it is not in use any more! i remember when the vicarage was derelict to!... interesting to know how you got in though....

The vicarage is now the holiday home isn't it? Ha, it was an interesting entry lol

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I literally have about 50 photos of flowers and shit from the graveyard while we were waiting for the dogs to feck off and the nosey humans to go away too. :D

Glad we waited though, was a cracking little place, even the mild heart attack whilst hiding inside for whoever that was to bugger off.

Great shots you got too, those windows were a little gem. Like shot 3 too :D:D:D

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