Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
St Mary's Church, Lockington
St Mary's Church is set in the village of Lockington and was built by the Norman's in 1150, extended in the 14th Century and again in 18th, it is a Grade I listed building. Internally the modern is mixed with the old, with a beautiful stained glass window installed in 2010, which depicts the parable of the sower.
All Saints Church, Lund
All Saints Church, dating from the Norman Period, is set in the village of Lund, between Beverley and Driffield on the A614. The church has recently under gone an extensive refurbishment of the interior and now has excellent facilities including kitchen and toilet and with the removal of the pews have a very versatile space for concerts and other activities.
St Leonard's Church, Scorborough
St Leonard's Church, Scorborough can be seen as you drive from Beverley to Driffield along the A164. One of a number of John L Pearson built churches, it was completed and dedicated in 1859. With some stunning stained glass and tiles by Minton and an organ built by Gray and Davidson of London, it is a little gem.
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