Heckington may be classed as a village because of its size and population, but its character and facilities are more akin to that of a small town.
Barton-upon-Humber’s past is a gallery of personalities and creativity, and that tradition continues today.
The natural border between Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire in the south of the county is the River Welland, which has an abundance of picturesque and peaceful river scenes and is ideal rambling territory.
Kirton in Lindsey in North Lincolnshire is more akin to a large village and there is plenty going on to keep the community occupied.
The attractive market town of Newark, situated along the river Trent, offers a wealth of history and things to do, providing its status as an appealing tourist and visitor centre.