Lincolnshire Wolds
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in UK

Ulceby Church of England and Pond Cottage

Ulceby   |   Gate Inn  |  Church of England   | Methodist   |  School

The Church is built of brick with a nave and chancel. It was completely rebuilt in 1826. The present church probably replaced an earlier building which would have stood on the same site. It contains a limestone carved font which is said to have been rolled from a disused church at Fordington. The Rectory is now a private house known as 'The Peacocks,' was built in 1852. It seems that the house was names after a vicar 1856, the Rev. Wilkinson Affleck Peacock. For many years it was the home of Dr. LaPage who practiced in Alford.

Pond CottageUlceby Church of England
Pond Cottage                                              the Church