Winteringham Church from the Hill
Note the ivy on the
Church tower; the “Tudor” Rectory - home to Henry Kirke White during his time at Winteringham, by this time outbuildings and
stables for the Victorian Rectory (now known as the “Old Rectory”), and the tall elms that were home to a colony of rooks, and gave
the Rookery its name - seen here at the bottom right.