Grange and Links Hotel and Sandilands Golf Club
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Another beautiful sunny day and we went off to Skegness beach, which took one and a half hours with a coach. We spent the entire day there walking along the beach, eating fish and chips and having a look at the shops. It's a kind of holiday resort with loads of gambling machines and arcades and a fun park, but we rather spent our time at the beach enjoying the view. It was rather windy at the beach and we all felt exhausted when we got back this evening, so I'm sure we'll sleep well :-) ...
... windows in the south wall of the nave. The south doorway dates from the 15th century.
The tower arch dates from the 14th century and the chancel arch from the 15th century. The octagonal font is from the 15th century; its bowl has panels carved with heads, shields and foliage. The remainder of the fittings are from the 19th century.
The most important monuments are in the chancel and the chapel. Behind the altar is the free-standing tomb chest of Sir Thomas St. ...
Thimbleby is a village and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England.Thimbleby is listed in Domesday Book of 1086 as "Stimbelbi", with 67 households, which at the time was considered very large. The Lord of the Manor was King William I.The church is dedicated to Saint Margaret and is a Grade II listed building built of greenstone in 1744 to replace a medieval church on the same site, ...
These used to be called Smackdam Cottages. Originally there were 2 cottages, but now it is a single cottage. They were built Mid 18th century out of whitewashed mud and stud,with brick plinth to the right. It has a hipped thatched ...
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