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Alford, Lincolnshire

Deep in the Lincolnshire countryside, not far distant from the golden sandy beaches between Mablethorpe and Chapel St.Leonards is the pleasant market town of Alford...

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Alvingham, Lincolnshire

This charming village is set alongside the old Louth Navigation Canal. It is noted for having the only church in England dedicated to Saxon St.Adlewold...

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Anderby Creek, Lincolnshire

One of the joys of Anderby is its fine stretch of golden sand making it ideal for bathing and for youngsters wishing to try their hand at building sandcastles...

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Bardney, Lincolnshire

The village of Bardney lies on the eastern banks of the River Witham a short distance from Lincoln...

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Barton upon Humber, Lincolnshire

This is a charming town spread out from the historic River Humber. There are particularly fine views of the Humber bridge, river traffic and river wildlife, with the best views being from the Barton Claypits which occupy a lengthy stretch of the river bank...

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Bassingham, Lincolnshire

Bassingham, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, is a large, flourishing village located close to the banks of the River Witham, a few miles south-west of the Cathedral City of Lincoln...

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Belton, Lincolnshire

The popular village of Belton lying north of Grantham is home to magnificent Belton House. It is also a typical "Estate" village which perfectly epitomises all the values of English country life...

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Blankney, Lincolnshire

This is a small well kept "estate" village which was built around the great estate of Blankney Hall, the estates of which have existed since the time of William the Conqueror...

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Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire

Boothby Graffoe is one of the springline villages lying on the vast Lincolnshire plain. It is a sparsely populated hamlet of immense charm with a history that travels back over hundreds of years...

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Boston, Lincolnshire

This is the town in which the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned in the year 1607 following their first attempt to escape to America and the cells which held them can still be seen in the 15th-century Guildhall...

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Calceby, Lincolnshire

Often referred to as the 'lost village of the Wolds' Calceby lies close to the southern-most tip of the famous Bluestone Heath Celtic road, said to have been used by Ancient Britain's before the Romans arrived...

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Carlton-le-Moorland, Lincolnshire

Lovely Lincolnshire village with a history stretching back to the Doomsday Book and possibly beyond...

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Carrington, Lincolnshire

This is a tranquil village perfectly placed for exploring the beauty of the Lincolnshire countryside...

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Claythorpe, Lincolnshire

The gentle hills of the Wold's beyond a coast inhabited by some of England's finest nature reserves reveal a wealth of preserved buildings dotted amid famously beautiful countryside...

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Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

Cleethorpes, is a warmly welcoming coastal resort in an area renowned for Trawlers and day trippers...

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Cranwell, Lincolnshire

Cranwell is best known as the home of the Royal Airforce College which became the first military air academy in the world when it opened its doors to would be fliers in 1920...

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Digby, Lincolnshire

This is a tranquil village set in a lovely rural location in the vale of the Digby Beck watercourse...

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Donna Nook, Lincolnshire

This place takes its name from a ship once wrecked on its desolate shore. When the tide recedes the sea disappears from view beyond the muddy flats and banks of sand...

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Dunholme, Lincolnshire

Dunholme is a small Lincolnshire village with a history stretching back to the Doomsday Book and possibly beyond. It is found nestling beneath a range of low hills, straddling along a stream...

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Eagle, Lincolnshire

The village of Eagle is situated in spacious countryside a short distance away from the historic city of Lincoln...

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