Most visitors who use wheelchairs should not face any difficulty. There are some issues that wheelchair users should be aware of, but these should not prevent you from visiting.
Firstly, there are 2 steps down into the church when entering via the door on the north side (the first door you will come to having made your way up the driveway).
Visitors accessing the church via the north door should be aware of the 2 steps down into the building.
Level access is available by making your way round to the South side of the church to the porch. The large medieval door can be opened to its full extent to allow wheelchair users, pushchairs, or people with limited mobility, to access. There is a very low ‘sill’ into the church at this point, but this tends not to cause access problems.
Otherwise, access is by the small door cut into the larger door. If you are visiting outside of service times, or if nobody is present in church you will require an assistant to open this larger door for wheelchair access. Please close and secure this (by the internal bolts) when you leave. Thank you.
Should you wish to visit and require assistance to gain access, please get in touch via either the website or email address and we will do our utmost to accommodate your needs and make sure someone is there to meet you.
The age of the building means that some of our floors are a little uneven so care should be taken, but we do have wonderfully wide aisle so they should present no difficulty.
Sorry, but we do not currently have toilet facilities. The nearest public toilets are available in Spilsby – 1½ miles away to the west.