Places of Interest in Lincolnshire and well worth a visit.
Miles of clean sands, a variety of amusements and leisure activities. It has a Seal Sanctuary, fairground, theatre, cinema, circus and many top quality pubs, cafes and restaurants. Live music and entertainment throughout the Summer months provide a great night out for all the family. Click here for more information.
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The specially designed pools have been constructed with the seals'
well-being in mind and have improved their environment. Some will
be released into the wild when they are well enough.
is situated between the Lincolnshire Wolds and the Fens. The town is host to a lively market each Monday where many things are bought and sold, ranging from vegetables and game to household goods.
Lincolnshire's most famous explorer, Sir John Franklin - who discovered the North-West Passage - was born in Spilsby in 1768, and a bronze statue of him stands in the Market Place.
Spilsby is surrounded by beautiful villages, including Somersby, the birthplace of Alfred Lord Tennyson. In Old Boilngbroke there are the remains of a medieval castle, while at Gunby there is a National Trust Mansion. Find out more at www.spilsby.info
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