Water tower and bridge
Pinchbeck shown within Lincolnshire
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|EU Parliament||East Midlands|
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Pinchbeck falls within the drainage area of the Welland and Deepings Internal Drainage Board. The board maintains Pinchbeck Engine House, a museum which houses a drain engine, built to drain Pinchbeck Marsh in the early 19th century.
The village Anglican church is St Mary's, which is over 1000 years old. It has a wide nave with mid-12th-century arches, and a 15th-century single hammer beam roof supported by large gilded angels carrying the heraldic escutcheons of the Pinchbeck family. The chancel is by restorer Herbert Butterfield.
Village schools are Pinchbeck East C of E SchoolPrimary School and Pinchbeck West St Bartholomew's C of E Primary School.
Also a new lorry park in Pincbeck East - adjacent to the Water Tower.
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