Thomas Allen wrote, in The History of the County of Lincoln, From the Earliest Period to the Present Time:
The village of Well is delightfully situated in a romantic valley at the distance of about two miles south westward from Alford. The church dedicated to St Margaret has been rebuilt in the form of an elegant Grecian temple bearing a striking resemblance to St Paul's Covent Garden. The living is a discharged rectory with the vicarage of Claxby united and is in the patronage of B Dash wood esq. The living of Well is rated in the king's books at 7 2s 3 d
Today we are part of the Alford Group of Churches. We hold regular services in the summer, and the church is available for weddings.