About this church First mentioned in the Domesday Book of Today the current church stands on the site of a wooden building Man seeks couple Luxembourg was used since Norman times until eventually destroyed by fire.
The church's founder, Thomas Becke, decided to rebuild the church in the Georgian style after acquiring an estate in Cherry Willingham and becoming a patron of the living.
It was said Becke made a fortune in law 'without the sordid means of Love in cherry willingham parsimony'. The church was completed and opened Beautiful couple wants friendship Brookings Services in It is built of high quality Ancaster limestone with many of the stones being full of fossils.
There is a large arch shaped marble monument to Thomas Becke on view inside the church which was erected by his son on his death.
The nave and chancel are combined and the eastern apse has large round headed windows.
To the west is a wooden cupola with lead cap and weather vane. The font, pulpit and pews are 18th century. Key Features.