Welcome to St Mary & St Nicholas, Wrangle.
Wrangle has some large hidden businesses as well as some retail outlets. It has an annual show on the first Sunday in July. Every year on the last Sunday in January, they celebrate Plough Sunday. A traditional service that dates back to medieval times, where the congregation gathers to take the plough out of hibernation and bless the plough, the farmers and the soil and seed. An ‘Oliver’ plough is kept within Wrangle church dating from the 1800s. This belongs to the Barnett family. Farmers are encouraged to turn up with their tractors to this service. Over the years, the local Mayor and councillors have attended.Traditionally, they have had a carol service with the Skegness Silver Band and a concert by the Military Wives Choir is being held.
Wrangle has shared events & services with the Wrangle Methodist Chapel such as Harvest and a Community Christmas Carol event. Wrangle also hold coffee mornings on the first Saturday of every month from 10am to 12 noon.