Holmpton, Yorkshire England UK
Church of England (Anglican)The distinctive brickwork is similar to nearby St Nicholas, Hollym. The walls of the 800-year-old church are made of cobble, rocks gathered from the beach, and may date to the original church. In 1854 cream brickwork encased the walls. The church has been little altered in shape and size over its 800-year history. Holmpton St Nicholas belongs to the Easington Benefice with All Saints Easington, Skeffling and Kilnsea.