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Not easy to find, but worth the effort. Only one tower remains of what was a large Templar complex. Thd history has been well researched and is explained on a number of informatikn boards. Entry is free.
Great little find in the wilds of Lincolnshire. Although only one tower survives, some lovely features held within. For myself, the graffiti brings the past into the present. Many before and many more to come and wonder at the structure and the presence the Knights...More
Took some time to find, even though I'd researched it. But once there it's a treasure. You are able to use the steep, circular steps up to the first floor where you can see the inside of the roof. There are further, extremely worn steps...More
Temple Bruer tower is all that remains of a once large church built by the Templars from the mid-1100s. The tower itself dates from around 1200. The complete building would have been very imposing for its time.
That the remaining tower has survived at all...More
If you’re using the A15 between Sleaford and Lincoln it may be worth stopping briefly at the ruins at Temple Bruer . These are some of the only Knights Templar ruins in the UK . The ruins comprise of a tower that is 700 years-old...More