Glorious English Churches: Images of Spalding, Lincolnshire. Part 2


Consecrated in the late 13th century, the present parish church was built across the other side of the river Welland from the already established priory.


The parish church took the same holy appellation as the Priory of Saint Mary and Saint Nicolas, a substantial monastery of French patronage, until the beginning of The Hundred Years War with France in the 14th century.



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