Sturton by Stow
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|Sturton by Stow|
St Hugh's Church, Sturton by Stow
Sturton by Stow shown within Lincolnshire
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The village is situated on the north-south B1241 and east-west A1500 Tillbridge Road (a Roman road). Nearby to the north is Stow. Sturton falls within the ecclesiastical parish of Stow, consequently the parish church of Sturton is Stow Minster. The Church of England maintains a mission church in Sturton, a brick building dedicated to St Hugh and designed by John Loughborough Pearson.
The Sturton by Stow Secondary Modern School which closed in the 1980s, when a decision was taken by the county council to close either the village's school or Cherry Willingham Community School. There is a primary school on School Lane. Village public house Plough Inn on Tillbridge Road. One mile (1.6 km) to the east is the River Till.
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Crust, Linda (c. 1989). The Fiery Proprietary of Sturton by Stow: the lives of the small farmers of a Lincolnshire village and the world in which they lived in the nineteenth century. Sudbrooke, Lincs. p. 45. ISBN 1-872413-30-7.
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