St Giles, Lockton, is a beautiful example of an ancient country Church. It is a place of great simplicity, enhanced by the startling stained glass window at the East end, which depicts Christ the Good Shepherd, and is understood to be from the Morris workshop.
The Church itself has real charm. It has box pews adapted to the style of the nineteenth century, and an ancient pulpit and reading desk (separated from each other at some time in the Church’s long history) along with matching altar rails.
The Church is open daily to visitors. For more details of services at St Giles’ Church, click here.