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Normanby Hall Victorian Walled Garden, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Normanby Hall Victorian Walled Garden, Scunthorpe (approx. 9 miles away)

The Normanby Hall Victorian walled garden is one part of the Country Park that also features a farming museum, a stableyard, duck ponds, a deer sanctuary, a fishing lake, a miniature railway and broadleaf woodland. The park and gardens surround Normanby Hall, a classic English mansion, located ne...

Normanby Hall Country Park, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Normanby Hall Country Park, Scunthorpe (approx. 9 miles away)

The Normanby Hall Country Park features a restored Victorian walled garden, a farming museum, a stableyard, duck ponds, a deer sanctuary, a fishing lake, a miniature railway and broadleaf woodland. The park surrounds Normanby Hall, a classic English mansion, located near the village of Burton-upo...

Brocklesby Country Fair, Brocklesby, Lincolnshire

Brocklesby Country Fair, Brocklesby (approx. 9 miles away)

The popular Brocklesby Country Fair is a fantastic family day out set in the private Lincolnshire parklands of the Earl and Countess of Yarborough. The annual fair is held in June -- please consult the website to confirm dates and prices. Main Arena attractions run continuously throughout the...

Baysgarth House Museum, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Baysgarth House Museum, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 9 miles away)

Baysgarth Museum is located in Baysgarth House, a Grade II listed building situated in Baysgarth Park, in the market town of Barton-upon-Humber.It was once the home of the Wright-Taylor family but went into public ownership in 1930. In 2004 Champ Ltd, the Community Heritage Arts and Media Project, a...

The Palm Farm, Ulceby, Lincolnshire

The Palm Farm, Ulceby (approx. 9 miles away)

The Palm Farm was launched in 1972 and at the time were pioneers in the promotion of hardy palms and exotics.The nursery is located in and around a walled garden, orchard and paddocks of an old Hall from which it gets an air of maturity. In the last forty years many specimens of trees and shrubs hav...

St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 9 miles away)

St Peter's Church is the former parish church of Barton-upon-Humber in the north of the county. It is Grade I Listed and is one of the best known Anglo-Saxon buildings.The former C of E church is now run by the English Heritage and houses an exhibition exploring its history. The dating of the buildi...

WIlderspin National School Museum, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

WIlderspin National School Museum, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 9 miles away)

The Barton National & Infants School was built in 1844 and is a Grade II listed building. This model school was the last of two thousand infant schools set up by Wilderspin across the British Isles. It is unique – few other buildings associated with Wilderspin have survived. Begin your tour...

Far Ings National Nature Reserve, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Far Ings National Nature Reserve, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 10 miles away)

For centuries the thick layer of clay which borders the Humber estuary has been used to make tiles, bricks and cement.At the industry's height in the late 1800s, hundreds of men were employed to dig the clay by hand. The tile yards were abandoned in the 1950s, leaving the pits to fill naturally with...

The Ropewalk Art Centre, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

The Ropewalk Art Centre, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 10 miles away)

The Ropewalk is a regionally acclaimed centre for the arts housing galleries, sculpture garden, artist studios and coffee shop.Admission is free and galleries are open 7 days a week but please consult the website to confirm times. There is sensible wheelchair access.It also features Ropery Hall –...

Barton Ghost Walks, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Barton Ghost Walks, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 10 miles away)

Dare you walk the streets of Barton after dark with only spirits to guide you?Join the South Bank Players as they bring the grisly history of Barton to life on their atmospheric Ghost Walk. Discover the haunted backstreets and alleyways of bygone Barton and hear tales to make your hair stand on end....

Barton Town Old Boys FC, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Barton Town Old Boys FC, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 10 miles away)

Barton Town Old Boys play at the Easy Buy stadium, Marsh Lane, with a 3,000 capacity. They are members of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division. Formed in 1995 as a merger of Barton Town and Barton Old Boys the new club were placed in the Lincolnshire League. They won the league in t...

Keadby Bridge, Althorpe, Lincolnshire

Keadby Bridge, Althorpe (approx. 10 miles away)

Keadby Bridge, more formally known as the King George V Bridge, crosses the River Trent near Althorpe and Keadby. The first passenger train to cross is recorded at 10:35am on 21 May 1916. There is a plaque on the Lifting Bridge regarding its opening on said date. Built during 1912 and 1916 by...

Tuetoes Woods, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Tuetoes Woods, Gainsborough (approx. 10 miles away)

Laughton Forest was planted by the Forestry Commission in 1927. Before this time, the area was mainly open heathland with ponds, small woodlands and shifting sand dunes. The forest still supports a wide range of these habitats, which include many locally and nationally rare plants, animals and birds...

The Water's Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

The Water's Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre, Barton-upon-Humber (approx. 10 miles away)

The Waters Edge Country Park, north of Barton-Upon-Humber, on the edge of the Humber estuary, has something to offer all ages. It features an intensely diverse variety of plant and wildlife and several rare species. It was established in the mid 1990s across clay quarries, freshwater lakes, rare...

All Saints Church, Coleby, Lincolnshire

All Saints Church, Coleby (approx. 10 miles away)

The early Saxon church of Coleby was replaced by Norman builders who incorporated the base into the new structure. The present All Saints Church has developed from that Norman building and its diverse architectural styles reflect the many alterations and extensions which have taken place over succee...