St Andrew's Church.

It is not known when a church was first built on this site, but records go back as far as William the Conqueror. A mention of a church is also made in the Domesday book.

There are many richly carved items within the church including a pulpit, reading chairs and oak lectern. Many of the pews are decorated with 15th century carved poppyhead bench heads, depicting animals, birds, flora and fauna. Also a unique wooden screen is carved with the names of former rectors, churchwardens and parish clerks, the earliest dating from 1224.

In 1846 the nave roof was destroyed by a storm and was replaced with the current splendid roof, boasting the carved bosses and ten wooden angel figures.

The stone font located at the back of the nave is very old, and some have thought it might have been here in the earlier church.

St Andrew's Church of Halton Holegate has now got a new website.                              

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18/10/2022 Our school Harvest Festival at St. Andrews Church Halton Holegate  photo showing all contributions. This has now been donated to the two Spilsby food banks.


Children singing a beautiful harvest song giving thanks for all the produce donated by their families.

23/7/2022 A sad fare well to Father Peter Coates and our Year 6's. Leavers gifts and school trophies were given out by Father Jean.