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.
The small, picturesque town of Market Rasen, situated on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, is a destination with plenty to discover, as Melanie Burton finds.
Known as the “antiques capital of Lincolnshire”, the market town of Horncastle is steeped in history, but Melanie Burton finds its long established businesses continuing to adapt to modern trends.
The thriving Lincolnshire market town has an ambitious vision for the future with plans for major growth, town centre regeneration and an improved visitor experience. By Melanie Burton