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    Ten Top things to Do in Lincolnshire

    by sourbugger Updated May 12, 2004

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    Favorite thing: 1) Most beautiful town to visit : Stamford

    2) Most Impressive stately homes :
    Burghley House, Stamford. Grimesthorpe Castle.

    3) Most Impressive places of worship :
    The Stump, Boston. Lincoln Cathedral.

    4) Best festival/events.
    Spalding Tulip festival & parade - May
    Burghley Horse trials -September

    5) Best restaurant :
    Brown's Pie Shop, Lincoln.

    6) Most Unusual House :
    Tom Thumb's house Tattershall.

    7) Most interesting shops :
    Sack store, Boston.
    Baytree Garden Centre, Spalding.

    8) Most exciting dose of adrenaline :
    The new rollercoaster at Fantasy Island, Skegness.

    9) Best Historical feature ;
    The copy of the Magna Carta in Lincoln Castle.

    10) Most beautiful countryside :
    The Lincolshire wolds around Horncastle.

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    Tastes of Lincolnshire

    by sourbugger Written Jun 8, 2003

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    Favorite thing: This county still produces much 'authentic' foods. Many have heard of Lincolnshire sausages - but there is much else beside. This Sheme run by the county council help vistors and locals alike support small independent food producers and users like B & B's.

    Look out for it.

    FROM THE WEBSITE :

    Tastes of Lincolnshire is a European funded project which encourages tourism businesses – tearooms, pubs, restaurants, B&Bs. hotels, attractions and shops to source local produce.

    It gives the assurance when you see the Tastes of Lincolnshire sign that you will be offered a minimum of three locally produced items. Only businesses who have agreed to abide by the conditions of Tastes of Lincolnshire can display the mark.

    Tastes of Lincolnshire launched in May 2002 and has a fast growing membership of serviced food outlets as well as a whole range of food producers from brewers to butchers, cheese makers to millers, bakers to ice-cream makers. All members are united in seeing the advantages of using the positive perceptions of local food and drink to increase the attractiveness and quality of visits to Lincolnshire. Members can take advantage of Tastes of Lincolnshire branded goods as well as a targeted marketing campaign.

    Fondest memory: Very little beats good quality sausages.

    Related to:
    • Food and Dining

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    Lincoln

    by ChrisAlexander Written Mar 14, 2005

    Favorite thing: The small city of Lincoln is a treat if your socks are charmed off by cobbles under your feet and arches over your head,gothic architecture and tea shops on sloping streets...

    Arch and cathedral

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    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

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