There is a sense of pride in the growing town of Bourne, finds Melanie Burton, not only because of what it has to offer now but also because of its past.
With a long and rich heritage, a Jacobean and Georgian style town centre and little shops tucked down back alleys, there is no wonder that Stamford is described as ‘the best looking town in Britain.’
The east coast of Lincolnshire from the Humber estuary to the marshlands of the Wash has seen a boost in visitor numbers. Glynis Fox looks at how leisure attractions are gearing up for another busy summer season.
Louth, which is normally known as the ‘Capital of the Wolds’, became the ‘Pie Capital of the World’ for a day as part of an initiative to encourage people to shop locally.
A spirit of collaboration among business people and community groups is helping the market town of Louth to buck the national trend, finds Melanie Burton.