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Environment Agency

What we do 
We work to create better places for people and wildlife, and support sustainable development.

EA is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, supported by 1 public body.



Groundwork is a federation of charities mobilising practical community action on poverty and the environment across the UK.


Inland Waterways

We are the only independent, national charity campaigning for Britain’s canals and rivers. We are dedicated to supporting and regenerating Britain’s waterways – for leisure, living and business.

Lincs Past

Lincolnshire Past and Present

Lincolnshire Past & PresentSLHA's Quarterly Magazine and Newsletter, with short, informative and well-illustrated articles

Scunthorpe Anglers

Scunthorpe Anglers

Today, the new organisation benefits greatly from the significant joint
portfolio of waters, additional membership and vast knowledge and
experience of the new committee and officials.



The UK's Number ONE read for all waterways users


The Woolpack Inn Louth

Billy O’Flynn is a resident landlord and has been at the Woolpack since 2017, he brings with him a wealth of experience having been in the pub and hospitality trade for over 40 years. He is ably assisted by a team of friendly and efficient bar staff and chefs.


Lincolnshire Wolds

This is a wonderful area of countryside with some of the most beautiful, unspoilt scenery in the East Midlands. There are rolling hills and hidden valleys, gentle streams and nestling villages. In 1949 it was decided that unspoilt areas of the countryside should be protected for future generations as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs). In 2000 the importance of AONBs was re-emphasised, acknowledging that they, with the National Parks, form Britain's finest countryside.

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Canal Farm Cottages

Canal Farm self-catering holiday cottages offer a peaceful haven for a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The cottages have a view of open countryside to the Lincolnshire Wolds and the majestic spire of St James Church in Louth, just a few miles away.

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Kent Farm Cottages

Set in a 12 acre smallholding on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The chalk-capped Lincolnshire Wolds contain the highest ground between Yorkshire and Kent. Affording extensive views to Lincoln Cathedral in the West, the sea to the East and the Fens to the South. Most of the Wolds was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1973..

kent cottages  Outfalls

Outfalls is a collaboration between two artists, Judith Tucker (visual artist) and Harriet Tarlo (poet). These are the drawings that resulted from this collaboration, how they relate to the poetry can be seen in the exhibitions and artist book sections of this website. In our exhibitions and books we explore how the practice of drawing in relation to poetry might be employed in an affective understanding of place

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History of Alvingham This page celebrates the rich history of our village, as contributed and remembered by our community, both immediate and those extended all around the world. A body of work and research was undertaken by Philip Henry Shucksmith (1927-2016) who farmed in the village. Click on the subjects listed to link to the relevant pdf document.