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.’
There’s a real buzz around the town, finds Glynis Fox, with the news that it has been named one of 50 “additional” destinations to benefit from the government’s £1 billion future High Streets Fund and a leisure and tourism offer that continues to draw in crowds.
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.
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.
The historic port town of Boston has plenty to offer shoppers, leisure-seekers and those with a passion for history, says Glynis Fox.