Worlaby is a small village located on the western edge of the Wolds near Brigg.
Worlabys' name is defined as 'Wulfric's farmstead or village'. Scott Champion but its tower dates to the 11 century.
Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace.
The property provides room service and a shared lounge for guests.
The font then spent 68 undignified years as a garden tub before being returned to the church in 1941.
In the vestry is a 17 century iron chest and inside it is a piece of chain thought to belong to the chained bible.
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This vessel, containing water blessed by the priest, would have stood in the porch.
The earliest record of a Saxon church was probably succeeded by Norman and later examples. Clement’s was almost completely rebuilt in the Early English style between 18 by Sir John Astley, at a cost of £2,674.
The new building incorporated several surviving Saxon elements, including the remarkable arch andparts of the north window.
Farm workers were not to be stopped though from having the occasional tipple, and brewed their own beer.
They stored it in a well and when they wanted a drink they just 'went down the well'.