The Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity in Lincolnshire was built around 1465-85, its commission requested in the will of Ralph Cromwell, owner of the nearby Tattershall Castle.
On one of August’s sunnier days we headed out to Tattershall Castle, a National Trust property in Lincolnshire. The Castle (really the Great Tower which is the only surviving structure of the original castle), was built around 1433 by Ralph Cromwell when he was made Lord Treasurer to Henry VI.
Categories: England, Lincolnshire
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