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Holy Trinity, Allington, Lincolnshire

(52°57′8″N, 0°43′43″W)
SK 855 402
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Lincolnshire
now Lincolnshire
  • Thomas E. Russo

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Feature Sets

Church consists of nave with a four-bay N aisle of c. 1200 and a chancel. It is primarily constructed of brick, which probably dates to a 17thc. reconstruction. There is a large double bellcote on W end with a corbel table. The corbel table and S doorway are Romanesque.


In two separate Domesday Book entries a church is noted here on land belonging to both Robert of Tosny and Berengar of Tosny.


Exterior Features


Exterior Decoration

Corbel tables, corbels

There is no change in the sill level of the S doorway. It is likely in its original location. The corbel table on the bellcote is made of bits and pieces that do not fit precisely suggesting that some parts may have come from another location on the church.


Domesday Book: Lincolnshire. 18,31; 19,1.

N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire. London, 1990, 97.