Winteringham Hi-Res History Photos
Church from South East
Winteringham Church from the South East

Winteringham Church with Elm Trees
Winteringham Church once had many elm trees surrounding the churchyard.  These were cut down many, many years ago (long before Dutch Elm disease!).  Many rooks nested in the branches, explaining the naming of the house on the corner of West End and Meggitt Lane.
This card is thought to have been taken in the early years of the 20th century.

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