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Utterby Village

Utterby is a small village in the East Lindsey District of Lincolnshire England. It is situated at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds in an area of outstanding natural beauty and straddles the A16 road, It is 10 miles south of Grimsby and 4 miles north from Louth. Near to the Village is the site of a former Gilbertine Priory. It is believed that the monks of this priory built the villages’ Packhorse Bridge in the 14th century to give them access to the church. There is evidence that the bridge was used by Salt Drovers carrying salt from the coastal strip to trade with it inland. More... About Utterby Church


The Name Utterby is Danish and the village is thought to date from about 900AD. In common with so many villages, the shop closed some years ago. However, the assets include a vibrant village school for 50+ pupils, a Parish Room by the village green, some historic houses, St Andrews 13th Century Church and a notable 14th Century Packhorse Bridge
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8pm Every Thursday - Tim the church warden rings our recently restored bells in support of the NHS. A great idea to lift the spirit of those in the community and to show that we care. Apparently everyone comes into the lane with a glass of something to hand and joins in the clapping as the bells are being rung
“The Chuchyard is looking absolutely amazing at the moment with the spring flowers in bloom. This is a good destination for people to go to when they take their daily exercise”.
Please note: Anyone wishing to make a telephone enquiry about Utterby Church should ring the Deanery Office on 01507 610247. Google is displaying the wrong number.