The architecture

 Aerial view of church looking north

There is much to discover and enjoy about the architecture of our church. Below are some links to help you start this journey.

Click here for a photograph of the church, with an architectural description, on the Images of England website.

There is also a photograph and description of the Grade II medieval churchyard cross shaft on the Images of England website.

A detailed record of key aspects of the architecture, with photographs of specific features of the church, can be seen on the CRSBI website.

The plans of Joseph Fowler for the enlargement of the church in 1844-45 and those of Charles Hodgson Fowler for repairs in 1903-4 can be found on the website of Church Plans Online. Click on this link here and search on the site for Winterton.

There is a beautiful medieval wooden door in the South Porch which was probably made in the 14th Century. It has a small door set within the larger door. You can see this clearly on the two photos below.

South Door outside

South Door inside ®
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