North Owersby is a place which always gets me wondering. The church is well away from the rest of the village with only the old vicarage and a few newish houses nearby. I suppose like many Lincolnshire villages the village gradually moved away from the church.
The church was rebuilt in 1792 using mediaeval masonry, and then altered completely in 1888. It's very light and airy but not the prettiest of churches.
Well it's not pretty until you look at the windows. At first glance they're nothing to write home about (or even write a blog post about).
But look again Look at the little roundels at the top of each window.
I go into many churches but I've never seen such sweet little roundels. British birds, the same birds as sing in the churchyard. Wonderful!