Turn into Strubby village off the A157 and take the lane by the noticeboard.
Our Church is dedicated to St Oswald, king of the ancient kingdom of Northumbria, whose conversion to Christianity nurtured enormous growth of the faith in this land. He was killed in battle fighting a pagan rival in the year 642.
St Oswald, pray for us!
Dating to 13th century but largely rebuilt in 1857. A unique stained glass window dedicated to the rural, religious and farming heritage of the area. Displays to local rural life and to RAF Strubby, a Class A airfield under Bomber Command. Built in 1943, it was the closest Lincolnshire airfield to occupied Europe. In the chancel is an early C14
headless effigy of a civilian. In the nave is a small tablet to William Ballett d.1648 aged 99, of Woodthorpe Hall. He and his 2 wives are depicted in Elizabethan dress, kneeling opposite each other across a prayer desk.