Lying on the main north-south route from London, the quaint Lincolnshire town has always played an important part in the life of the nation.
The London 2012 Olympic Games which united the country and proved that community spirit is still very much alive, but we can find that spirit much closer to home.
Sleaford’s popularity as a place to live, work and visit shows no signs of slowing down.
With the cost of foreign holidays continuing to soar and the countdown to the London Olympics set to begin, more and more people are choosing to stay at home and enjoy what our resorts have to offer.
With the £6.5 million Red Lion Quarter on the brink of a new chapter in its short history and the potential redevelopment of the town’s Holland Market remaining a hot topic of conversation, there’s lots brewing in this South Lincolnshire town.