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Mablethorpe is the perfect Lincolnshire retreat. Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Sutton-on-Sea are all steeped in history - take a look! Miles of golden sand, exciting scenery, beachside amusements, indoor attractions and good old-fashioned fun make the Lincolnshire coast a firm favourite.
Mablethorpe is the perfect location to make perfect holiday memories. If you enjoy fresh air, space and tranquillity, try hiking along the Viking Way, or strolling along the inspiring Tennyson Trail. Lincolnshire has some of the finest fishing waters in England, or if you enjoy golf there are over 50 courses to choose from. Lincoln's history dates back to Roman times, within Lincoln's Roman walls. At the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, visitors can celebrate the culture of Lincolnshire and its people from to the present day and close by you'll find Ellis Windmill, a working 18th century windmill.
Take a ride on a steam train and enjoy the nostalgia of times gone by. There are so many stories to discover at our many heritage sites in Lincolnshire. At the time, the Pavilion was advertised as providing accommodation for "dancing parties and smoking concerts". A small local railway company built a branch line from Firsby junction to Spilsby, which opened on 1 May The only other railway station on the branch line was Halton Holegate Halt.
Construction of the railway began in March The ceremonial cutting of the first turf was performed by the local rector, the Reverend Rawnsley, who was standing in for the railway company's chairman Lord Willoughby de Eresby the 25th Baron. The railway was expected to be opened quickly but disputes with the contractors arose over the quality of their work, and several lengths of track had to be replaced.
Passenger services were suspended in A goods service for grain, potatoes, livestock and other agricultural products continued for nearly 20 years. Goods including petrol, paraffin and coal continued to come into Spilsby via the rail link up to its final closure on 30 November The main station building was demolished in The engine shed has been used by agricultural suppliers as a shop and store with new sections added.
The original trackbed within the town has been built on, with most of it covered by the Vale Industrial Estate. Outside of the town, most of the old track route to Firsby can still be seen in aerial photographs, marked by the avenue of trees and bushes.
At its height, the corps contained about members. In , Captain J. Its commandant was the now-promoted Major George Walker. He was aided by Lt G. Walker and Lt W. The site also contained housing and quarters for the resident professional army sergeant instructors.
Spilsby was rebuilt in the s as a standby base in case of war.. It was designated as a standby base for escort fighters only and never used.
It opened for operations on 20 September Later used by the United States Air Force as a strategic bomber base until , the airfield was finally demolished in the late s.
The runways and perimeter track were torn up, with most of the crushed aggregate being used in the construction of the new Humber Bridge. Cropmarks showing the airfield's runway layout are still visible in aerial photographs.
Falling membership resulted in the squadron's disbandment in Spilsby parish was traditionally in the East division of the ancient Bolingbroke Wapentake in the East Lindsey district in the parts of Lindsey. The parish was also in the Bolingbroke Soke. Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire places the parish in the South Lindsey division of the county. Spilsby falls under the Louth and Horncastle Westminster parliamentary constituency.
The sitting MP is Victoria Atkins. The town is situated upon slightly elevated ground at the southwestern rim of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Spilsby has an extensive south-east view of a tract of marsh and fen land, bounded by Boston Deeps and the North Sea. The Wolds comprise a series of low hills and steep valleys, underlain by calcareous chalk , green limestone and sandstone rock, laid down in the Cretaceous period under a shallow warm sea. The characteristic open valleys of the Wolds were created during the last ice age through the action of glaciation and meltwater.
The Wolds as a whole were bisected by the erosion of the waters of the River Humber. The fenlands , which stretch down as far as Norfolk , are former wetlands, consisting both of peat bogs and tidal silt marshes. They were nearly all drained by the end of the 19th century, when Spilsby had its longest period of Victorian expansion. The drainage was organised into river drainage, the passing of upland water through the region, and internal drainage of the land between the rivers.
The internal drainage was designed to be organised by levels or districts, each of which includes the fen parts of one or several parishes.
Spilsby falls within the Witham Fourth District: The latest figures are drawn from the census: The area is predominantly a rural agricultural economy, with increasing tourism to Spilsby and the surrounding market towns in the Wolds. The museum contains one of the world's three remaining Lancaster bombers still capable of flying, although it does not currently fly. Plans were announced in March to raise the funds necessary to get the Lancaster into the air again.
King Edward VI Academy , is a coeducational bi-lateral secondary school and specialist Humanities College for children between the ages of 11 and The bilateral status is unusual, [ according to whom? These schools were originally combined in as Spilsby High School, initially retaining both sites and renaming twice.
In September a sixth form college was established that provides education for overs, with provision for study towards a BTec National Diploma Studies in Business Studies. The original grammar school building was abandoned and stood empty for several years, but could not be demolished due to its Grade II listing status. In the front portion of the old school was adapted as a community facility providing meeting rooms and access to IT use. The rear of the school was demolished and has been developed for new residential housing.
Spilsby has football, bowls and hockey clubs, and a sports pavilion and playing fields on Ancaster Avenue. The Spilsby Show takes place on the playing fields every July, with proceeds supporting local charities. The Reserve team play in the first division. The league is not officially a member of the English football league system but clubs have in recent years moved up to the Lincolnshire Football League and then the Central Midlands League or United Counties League the 12th level of the football league pyramid.
Between and Spilsby Town entered the FA Cup each year but were unable to progress beyond the first round. The club expanded and now runs four teams from Under-9s to Unders. It has a unique ice cream shop selling home made ice cream. There is a large Sainsbury's store, a Coop, a doctor's surgery, dentist and a Post Office. The local library is housed in the Coop. Set in the Lincolnshire Wolds, the town is an ideal place to visit on its own, or on the way to the seaside or accompanying a visit to nearby Snipe Dales.
There are some fantastic walks on the nearby Wolds and surrounding Spilsby. Born on 16 April , the 4th son of 9 children and educated at Louth , he experienced his first taste of the sea aged 12 when he visited Saltfleet. He joined the Navy at the age of 14 and fought in two of the greatest sea battles: Copenhagen in and Trafalgar in He served as midshipman to another Lincolnshire explorer, his cousin Matthew Flinders.
Being shipwrecked off Australia did not deter the young John Franklin who later took part in exploration to the Arctic. He is often referred to as 'The man who ate his boots' as in , while commanding his first expedition to the Arctic, he and his companions suffered incredible hardship and survived by eating lichen and leather from their boots.
In he was appointed Governor of Tasmania. At the age of 59, he made his last voyage to seek the Northwest Passage between Canada and the Arctic. Sadly, the entire expedition disappeared and it was 12 years before their fate was known. During these years, his widow, Lady Franklin , spent all her money organising ships to search for the missing party. Finally, she received confirmation that her husband had died on Beechy Island in July It was assumed he died from natural causes and the rest of the party by disease and starvation.
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