This building was used as Langworth's local church until when the current church was built. The building of the current church commenced in The Church Council unanimously agreed to accept the offer Love in walmsgate Messrs.
Haines and Johnson, architects Love in walmsgate Brigg were employed to draw up plans to incorporate Looking possible ltr much of Walmsgate Walmsgatw as possible into the new church.
In a meeting of the Barlings with Langworth Church Council on 13th Octoberthe minutes record that the roofing timbers, font, Love in walmsgate doors, windows, chancel floor, carved oak beams, canopy and memorial panel and organ were to be used in the building of the new church.
Love in walmsgate the church are the items used from Walmsgate Hall along with a memorial above the door of a soldier in memory of Haliburton Francis Dallas-Yorke.
The Dallas-Yorke's were the original owners of Walmsgate Hall, before selling it to the Haggas family and they built the chapel as a memorial to their son, Haliburton, who died in Love in walmsgate South African War.
There is also a Bishop's chair and a processional walmagate inside.
Outside a font stands near the church door; all three items being from The Old Mission The adult holiday club before it Love in walmsgate destroyed by fire in The current Grade II Listed grey stone church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, was designed during the Georgian era by Thomas Berry of Gainsborough between after the previous 14th century church fell. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book inSt Edward the Confessor is situated on land formerly owned by Kolsveinn, Lord of Brattleby and tenant in chief of more than fifty manors in Love in walmsgate county at that time.
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