St Mary church was built c1200 in the Early English style and still has on one of the original window sills scroll work from this era.
You are welcome to visit this sacred place, between Louth and Grimsby.
St Lawrence's has its roots in the 13th century, with the present building the result of restoration in 1868. The churchyard has a scheduled medieval limestone shaft of a cross. The font is 13th century and 13th century arcades can be seen.
Late 13th / early 14th century effigies can be seen in the porch. In the 1720s the tower collapsed, and the building now has a bellcote and a single bell.