Spirit of Sutterby is a community project . Our goals are to explore this village and research its past, record its present and help with its future.
Spirit of SUTTERBY
Sutterby is a small hamlet lost in a fold of the Lincolnshire Wolds just down the road from Langton-by-Spilsby and Harrington. There is a small church, a very overgrown churchyard and a handful of houses. But what used to be there? We do know it is a deserted medieval village with the humps and bumps to prove it - there are a lot of archival records holding key information to the village's past.
Please join us as we boldly go where most of us have never gone before....
We extend a warm welcome and invite you to attend our series of autumn lectures in the warmth and comfort of your own homes.
Our Zoom Meister will be at the controls, so what could possibly go wrong....
New to Zoom? Cautious re anything involving IT?
Please just get in touch email@example.com- we are happy to help launch you into cyberspace.
This project has been made possible with the support of the organisations below.
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The Harrington Estate
A community heritage project hosted by Heritage Lincolnshire and funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service.
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches is a very small charity which saves redundant historic churches. They own over 40 former places of worship, including St. John The Baptist church here at Sutterby, which they preserve as peaceful spaces for visitors and the local community to enjoy.
Most are medieval, and all of them are listed.
The Harrington Estate
Most of the settlement of Sutterby is situated on private land which forms part of The Harrington Estate, without whose kind co-operation this project would not have been possible.
Visitors should note that access to the land, apart from the Church and Churchyard is not possible without the specific permission of the estate manager.
Please do not park in the farm yard or in front of the barns.
This website has been funded by the Lincolnshire Wolds Small Grant Scheme through the Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service.