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This is a small Lincolnshire wolds village a few miles from the town of Boston. The village has two windmills, one, a popular tourist attraction is the well preserved Trader Windmill with 6 sails, now fully restored to excellent working order. The windmill, built in 1877 is six storey's high, it stands in a lovely location amidst fields of full of sunflowers, where visitors can find an award winning tea-room serving delicious cakes made from the mill's organic, stone-ground flour.
Closeby is Sibsey woods, these are mostly noted for their wildlife hedges and broadleaved trees. The wood was the subject of intensive planting in the year 2000, among the variety of trees are birch, hazel, rowan, common oak and ash. Other species include wild privet, holly and dog rose. Several footpaths criss cross the wood allowing visitors to enjoy its peace, tranquility and scenic woodland beauty.
The local parish church of St. Mary is worth seeing, inside is the Roll of Honour to those who lost their lives in the two World War's of the 20th century.
Sibsey is a lovely, peaceful place surrounded by fine countryside, it has a couple of pubs, self-catering cottages and other holiday accommodation. It makes an ideal base from which to explore many local attractions, which include the coastal area around Skegness, historic Lincoln and Boston with its evocative memories of the Pilgrim Father's.
The village is ideally placed for anyone wishing to enjoy a tranquil time exploring the Lincolnshire Wolds, freshwater fishing, sea-fishing, birdwatching, or simply relaxing amidst the quiet charm of a perfectly lovely location.
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