The three towns of Boston, Spalding and Skegness encircle in part The Wash national nature reserve. Boston is a traditional medieval market town, home of the magnificent 14th century St Botolph’s Church, more commonly known as The Stump. It’s a great place for days out, attractions, shopping and leisure. People can immerse themselves in history, heritage and culture including the town’s famous Wednesday and Saturday large traditional markets, which has been established for over 450 years.
Spalding is the heart of the Fens – originally a natural marshy region that was drained to produce a flat low-lying very fertile region. Therefore the area is a centre for agricultural and Spalding is a hidden gem of Lincolnshire and boasts a popular outlet shopping complex. Spalding offers quick and easy access to larger cities for work, shopping or leisure – by road or rail.
Skegness needs no introduction, being one of England’s most famous coastal resorts. Boasting some of Lincolnshire’s best weather, it offers a wide range of attractions in addition to its miles of sandy beaches.