St Helen’s Church, Stickford, Lincolnshire is a Grade II* building which dates back to the 13th Century. The north arcade and part of the north aisle survive from this time, with a 14th Century south arcade. Medieval pew ends featuring carved poppy heads are of particular interest, some of which have recently undergone conservation treatment at Lincoln University. These are on display in the north aisle.
Currently the church has no running water, so the project will support plans to install a water supply, toilet and servery.