The Covenham St Bartholomew Heritage Trust’s stated aim is “To secure the preservation of the church of St. Bartholomew, Covenham, Lincolnshire, for the benefit of the nation and use it for charitable purposes.”
Unfortunately, there is very little money in the pot for either the upkeep or insurance. It would be nice to change this state of affairs as the building is most certainly historically significant.
Nothing exists of the church that originally stood on this site but we have a unique medieval building in our village. A cruciform structure with a wooden, slate dressed tower. The lead roof is believed to be Georgian and has graffiti in places (hopefully soon to be photographed). Considerable work was completed by the Victorians with the pews, roofing lining and other casements.
The trustees may be contacted via:
Registered Charity: 1183927