The Ramblers Church, Walesby
Walesby Church Lincolnshire, the Ramblers Church

The 'Old Church' in Walesby in Lincolnshire fell into disuse and was left to moulder until it was restored in the 1930s. In that same decade, the church became a centre for pilgrimages by, among other groups, the Ramblers Association, and it is from that connection that Walesby gained its nickname as 'The Ramblers Church'.

A stained glass window depicting walkers and cyclists can be found in the lady chapel. This 'Ramblers Window' was donated by the Grimsby Wayfarers Association.

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framed acrylic on stretched canvas 60 x 60 cm £350
 
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Walesby Church Lincolnshire, the Ramblers Church

The 'Old Church' in Walesby in Lincolnshire fell into disuse and was left to moulder until it was restored in the 1930s. In that same decade, the church became a centre for pilgrimages by, among other groups, the Ramblers Association, and it is from that connection that Walesby gained its nickname as 'The Ramblers Church'.

A stained glass window depicting walkers and cyclists can be found in the lady chapel. This 'Ramblers Window' was donated by the Grimsby Wayfarers Association.

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framed acrylic on stretched canvas 60 x 60 cm £350
 
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