Lincolnshire Accommodation:
Alford
Aswarby
Barrow Upon Humber
Barton Upon Humber
Boston
Bourne
Brigg
Carlton Le Moorland
Chapel St Leonards
Cleethorpes
Coningsby
Crowland
Duddington
Easton On The Hill
Epworth
Gainsborough
Grantham
Grimsby
Holbeach
Horncastle
Immingham
Ingoldmells
Kirton In Lindsey
Laceby
Leadenham
Lincoln
Long Bennington
Louth
Mablethorpe
Market Deeping
Market Rasen
Redbourne
Saltfleet
Scunthorpe
Skegness
Sleaford
Spalding
Spilsby
Stallingborough
Stamford
Sutton Bridge
Sutton On Sea
Tattershall
Thorganby
Winteringham
Woodhall Spa

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County Town: Lincoln
Population: 912,000
Area: 2663 Sq miles 6897 Sq k
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Food Legends:Lincolnshire sausages
Lincolnshire Stuffed Chine
Lincolnshire Plum Bread
Folk Customs:
Haxey Hood
Running Auction for White Bread Meadow
Haunted Britain:
Ghost Creates Ghost
The Black Lady of Bradley Woods
The Ghosts of Gunby Hall
Cultural Britain:
Tennyson's Lincolnshire Wolds
Lore & legend:
Grimsby’s Romantic Origin
Hereward the Wake
Lincolns Legendary Imp
The Witches of Belvoir
Tiddy Mun
Yallery Brown
Natural Britain:
Humber Estuary
Lincolnshire Wolds
River Nene
The Fens
The Wash
Vale of Belvoir

Events

January
Haxey Hood Game
Pantomime

February
Spring garden opening

March
Annual Art Exhibition & Sale
Discover Lincolnshire Weekend
Laceby Country Music Weekend
Shire Horse Society National Show
Spring garden opening
World Music Festival

April
Batemans Beer Festival
Lincoln 10K Run
May Day Festival
Spring garden opening

May
Brigg Fiddle Festival
Lincoln Book Festival
Lincoln Cycle Grand Prix
Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival
May Day Festival
Medieval Weekend
Rat Race Dirty Weekend
Spalding Flower Parade
Spring garden opening
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair
West Lindsey Churches Festival

June
Brocklesby Country Fair
Castle Bytham Midsummer Fair
Ecofest
Lincolnshire Lincoln Folk Festivals
Mareham-Le-Fen Open Gardens Day
Northern Food & Drink Festival
Swaton VIntage Day and World Egg Throwing Championships
The Lincolnshire Show
Vintage Vehicle Rally

July
Arts Forum Festival
Bailgate Busking Festival
Caistor & District Flower Club Annual Show
Dog Show
Heckington Show
Lincolnshire Pride Festival
Waddington International Air Show
Waterfront Festival

August
Bardney Gala & Dog Show
Brigg L.I.V.E.S. Car Fund Raft Race Gala Weekend
British Superbikes at Cadwell Park
Burghley Film Festival
Lincoln and Lincolnshire Chamber Music Festival
Skegness Carnival Week
Spalding Rock & Blues Festival
Steam and Vintage Rally

September
Belchford Downhill Challenge
Burghley Horse Trials
Bytham Music Festival
Heritage Open Days
Lincolnshire Carnival
Marston Pumpkin Club Annual Show
One of A Kind
Sleaford Historic Car and Motorcycle Show with Craft Fair
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair

October
Arts and Crafts for Autumn
Belchford Pumpkin Festival
Gainsborough Folk Festival
One of a Kind

November
Bonfire & Fireworks Display
Christmas Craft Fair
Christmas Food & Drink Fair
Christmas in the Dolls House
One of a Kind
Tastes of Lincolnshire Christmas Food and Drink Fair
The Big Renuion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 2)
The Big Reunion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 1)

December
Christmas Artists Market
Christmas Market
Lincoln Christmas Market
New Years Family Disco
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair
Stamford Christmas Festival
White Christmas Weekend

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Principal towns: Lincoln Grantham Grimsby Stamford

To a surprising county of contrasts, full of characters, yet still one of Britain’s best-kept secrets. Wide-open skies, ever changing horizons, space to breathe, time to relax. It’s all here in this heritage-rich county where history springs to life.
There’s a distinct difference to Lincolnshire… and you’ll discover it around every corner. Whether city, countryside or coast, you’ll find a pace to suit.
And top tourist attractions in historic Lincolnshire are now closer than ever… in fact they’re just a mouse click away!

There’s plenty to do and see in Lincolnshire.
You can literally live history in Lincoln dominated by its magnificent Cathedral or escape hectic everyday life in the awe-inspiring Lincolnshire Wolds or the unspoilt natural ‘manscape’ of the Fens.
Tranquil countryside and picturesque villages are perfect for touring, walking or cycling and miles of sandy coastline offer lively family resorts as well as quiet, almost empty wildlife-rich beaches.
Lincolnshire is home to a host of cycle and walking routes.
Long distance cycle routes bisect the county – travel from Barton, through Lincoln to Boston on the North Sea Cycle Route or take a gentle pedal around the city following the Lincoln CycleLincs map.
And whether leisurely strollers or serious walkers, Lincolnshire has a route to suit too. There’s coastal tracks where you can watch an awesome collection of birdlife that visits the county’s shores or climb Lincoln Edge and walk the Wolds. Or how about tackling the long distance Viking Way?

Scattered throughout the county are many hidden treasures including; one of the original four copies of the Magna Carta housed in Lincoln Castle, the birthplace of poet Alfred Tennyson and the town Issac Newton called home.
You can also sample the many local flavours of Lincolnshire with an array of fresh local produce. Look out for the ‘Tastes of Lincolnshire’ quality stamp to guarantee a taste sensation.
Head off to somewhere different this year… visit Lincolnshire.

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