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The Countryside of North Lincolnshire

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Escape to the country...blow away those cobwebs and experience a slower pace of life. There's a feeling of space, a sense of openness here.

 

Wrapped around Lincoln like a shawl of green lie miles of open countryside.

 

Think Lincolnshire is flat?

 

To the north of the city you'll find beautiful scenery and villages that deserve to be on the front of chocolate box lids.  Find yourself a world away from the stresses of everyday life as the space and beauty of Lincolnshire works its idyllic charm. Discover the north of Lincolnshire and enjoy the countryside.

 

Enjoy the waterways of this part of Lincolnshire and watch the wildlife at Torksey Lock where the River Trent meets the peaceful Fossdyke Canal.  Download an information sheet written by the Canal & River Trust.

 

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Brigg
Gainsborough
Market Rasen


 

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Shopping in north Lincolnshire
 

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Not to be missed ...

 

Gainsborough Old Hall

Visit Gainsborough Old Hall

Gainsborough Old Hall is a magnificent medieval manor house in the centre of Gainsborough with original kitchens, great hall and tower.

 

Epworth Old Rectory

Visit the childhood home of John and Charles Wesley

The home in which the rector of Epworth, Samuel Wesley, and his wife Susanna brought up their sons John and Charles Wesley (the founders of Methodism) in their childhood years.

 

Hemswell Craft Centre

Visit Hemswell Craft and Design Centre

Hemswell Craft & Design Centre has a large number of craft and design products on sale from more than 80 tenants in a relaxed, calm atmosphere in peaceful and beautiful surroundings.

 
 
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Enjoy the countryside

Enjoy the countryside in north Lincolnshire

Country parks, rivers and lakes and beautiful views - if you enjoy the countryside, take a look at the places you can get out and admire the view.