Redbourne, St Andrew's Church
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
St Andrews has served for generations as the burial place of the Beauclerk family, Dukes of St Albans, who lived at nearby Redbourne Hall.
The interior is remodelled in the Georgian period and has many elements of Georgian Gothic design. There are box pews and many Georgian and Victorian monuments. Perhaps the most interesting historic monument in the church is a carved grave slab to Sir Gerald Sothill (d. 1410).
The chancel is notable for the vividly coloured stained glass in the east window, which depicts the Day of Judgement. The church is no longer used for regular worship and is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.
NB. Don't confuse this Redbourne with the village of Redbourn in Hertfordshire - which also has a superb historic church.
About Redbourne, St Andrew's Church
Address: Vicarage Lane, Redbourne, Lincolnshire, England, DN21 4QW
Attraction Type: Historic Church
Location: Of the A15 4 miles south of Brigg
Website: Redbourne, St Andrew's Church
Churches Conservation Trust
Photo Credit: David Wright, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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