When we visited Gunby Hall we also went on to explore St Peter’s Church which, like so many churches on National Trust grounds, is not maintained by the Trust. In fact this church serves a congregation of only around 20 people.
Built in 1870 it is the third church on the site and only holds services once a month. Unsurprisingly many of the plaques inside are dedicated to members of the Mossingberd family who lived at Gunby Hall, but as ever I was particularly struck by the stained glass windows, which were very impressive for such a small church.
It’s a very pleasant church and, as it’s only a short walk from the gardens at Gunby Hall it’s well worth having a look.
You can find more photos of the church here.