Things To Do in Lincolnshire

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Alford and District Cricket Club, Alford, Lincolnshire

Alford and District Cricket Club, Alford

Alford and District are a local cricket club with first class facilities including qualified and accredited coaches. They have two senior teams playing Saturdays and one on a Sunday, as well as junior teams playing midweek (junior coaching in season at the Club on Mondays). Founded in 1885 the...

Ruskington Railway Station, Ruskington, Lincolnshire

Ruskington Railway Station, Ruskington

Ruskington railway station opened in 1882 as part of the Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway between Sleaford and Lincoln Central. Closed in 1961 it was reopened in 1975 and is owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains who provide all rail services. The station is un...

Rossways Lakes Fishery, Wyberton, Lincolnshire

Rossways Lakes Fishery, Wyberton

There is a main lake surrounded by trees with plenty of underwater and marginal features and a small pond, ideal for beginners. You will find Carp to 27lb, Bream & Tench to 9lb, Perch to 4.5lb, Chub to 5lb and Rudd, Roach & Eels. Barbless hooks only. No fixed rigs. No lead core. All nets mus...

Lincoln Central Railway Station, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Central Railway Station, Lincoln

Lincoln Central is now the only station in the city since the closure of Lincoln St. Marks. Its buildings were designed in the mid-19th century by John Henry Taylor of London and are built in a Tudor revival style of yellow brick with stone dressings and slate roofs. The station is owned by Ne...

Hunters Lodge Fishery, Elsham, Lincolnshire

Hunters Lodge Fishery, Elsham

Hunters Lodge Fishery is a four lake complex situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Wolds. They have 3 specimen carp Lakes, Willows, Kestrel and Kingfisher boasting carp over 30lb, and 1 Silver fish lake stocked with a variety of different species (incl small Carp, Ide, Rudd, Bream, Barbel...

Boston Railway Station, Boston, Lincolnshire

Boston Railway Station, Boston

The station opened for service on 17 October 1848 with the opening of the Great Northern Railway East Lincolnshire line. In its heyday the station employed over 50 staff and the Skegness bound platform had classic GNR architecture which has now been replaced with plastic shelters. The station...

Blue Owl Art Gallery, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Blue Owl Art Gallery, Grantham

Blue Owl Art is a partnership between Jette Rasmussen and Belinda Thomas, both BA (Hons) Fine Art from University of Lincoln. Their passion for art has led them to conceive Blue Owl Art at Grantham Tennis Club where they exhibit contemporary fine art, unique contemporary craft work and quality ca...

Moneys Mill, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Moneys Mill, Sleaford

Moneys Mill is a Grade II Listed former corn mill located in a car park. It shares the space with a few shops and a popular bar. Today, it is currently being used as a cafe with seating on the ground and first floor. One of the many sites of interest in the market town of Sleaford.

Greetwell Old Quarry, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Greetwell Old Quarry, Lincoln

A mostly unknown spot in the county, Greetwell old quarry is located on the northeast edge of Lincoln. For centuries ironstone and limestone has been quarried and the original site supplied stone for the nearby cathedral. There are tremendous views and unspoilt areas of nature.

The Handley Monument, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

The Handley Monument, Sleaford

The Handleys were a prominent family in Sleaford during the late 18th century and early 19th century. An offshoot of the notable Newark family, the Handleys of Sleaford came to hold position as lawyers, bankers, politicians and clerics in the town and attained great wealth and holdings in the are...

Spilsby Town FC, Spilsby, Lincolnshire

Spilsby Town FC, Spilsby

Spilsby Town FC were formed in 1881 and play in the Boston Cropleys Suzuki Premier Division. Although outside the football league system, clubs have in recent years moved up to the Lincolnshire Football League and then the Central Midlands League or United Counties League (the 12th level of the f...

Sleaford Castle Earthworks, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Sleaford Castle Earthworks, Sleaford

The castle was built by the Bishop of Lincoln in the early 1120s. Habitable as late as 1555 it fell into disrepair during the later half of the 16th century and all that remains are earthworks. Two English monarchs are known to have stayed at the castle, King John and Henry VIII. Image cour...

Mablethorpe Library & Customer Service Centre, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire

Mablethorpe Library & Customer Service Centre, Mablethorpe

In the popular seaside town of Mablethorpe, the well stocked public library is on Stanley Avenue. Shelves and spinners are packed with a wide choice of free to borrow paperbacks and hardbacks and the library is organised, spacious and wheelchair friendly. Staff are helpful and will be happy to...

Sleaford Railway Station, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Sleaford Railway Station, Sleaford

Sleaford railway station is ideally located for the high street (less than a minute's walk) and other places of interest in the town. The station is owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains. It is the last remaining market town in the county to be served by both north-south an...

Gainsborough Model Railway, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

Gainsborough Model Railway, Gainsborough

The Gainsborough Model Railway Museum features one of the largest model railways displays in 'O' gauge. It depicts The East Coast Main Line from Kings Cross to Leeds Central and is a stunning display. The project began during the early 1950s and, today, it covers an astonishing 2500 square feet....