Described by Sir Walter Scott as “the finest sight on the road between Edinburgh and London”, the south Lincolnshire town of Stamford is set to commemorate a golden year in 2017.
The Lincolnshire Coast is the third most visited destination in the UK with holidaymakers and day-trippers spoilt for choice because there are so many diverse places to visit along the twenty-two miles of coastline.
Known as the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this attractive historic market town with its rich heritage, range of independent shops and businesses and wealth of visitor attractions, is well and truly on the tourism map.
The small bustling market town of Market Rasen, standing on the River Rase, is one of the western gateways to the Lincolnshire Wolds but has plenty to offer visitors itself.
The quintessential thriving market town is doing its best to shake off the “antiques capital of Lincolnshire” label that it has earned over the years and show that there is more to it than collectibles.