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On approach to this attractive village the first thing you notice is the imaginative village sign which perfectly depicts all that this wonderful area is about. Farming has played an important part in the history of these lands since our forefathers toiled to make the once waterlogged landscape fertile.
The village was the birthplace of Henry Winn, writer and poet. Winn was the son of the local shoemaker, he grew up in the village, was educated here, and later he married a local girl. Out of the 21 children the union produced, only four survived. Winn became the school master in 1850, a post he held until 1880 when he retired to concentrate on recording local history. He did this until he died some 34 years later at the age of 98.
Glancing around at the rich countryside, and with the nearness of a lovely coastline it is not difficult to understand just why Lincolnshire is developing into an increasingly popular tourist destination. It has beautiful villages, quaint hamlets, greenstone churches, and lonely windmills crowning steep hillsides. It has historic places, and many illustrious people were frequent visitors to these lovely parts. Albert, Lord Tennyson is said to have had associations with Fulletby and was frequently seen about the region.
Near-by Horncastle offers much to the visitor, in the year 2001 it was voted best centre for antiques. It has numerous picturesque properties and is a wonderful place to browse. At every turn there is something to catch the eye, and not just the dazzling antiques either!
The Lincolnshire Wolds are wonderful for cycling, walking or horse-riding. The gentle air is always fresh and clear. The Wolds are a source of fascination for everyone, it is a region of glorious, off the beaten track places which will enthral and quite likely call you back again.
Louth is around 20 miles in a north-easterly direction, and on the eastern coast there are fine beaches in Mablethorpe and Chapel St.Leonards.
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