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Local Interest - Boston area Lincs.
Boston Big Dig
The Big Dig: Community excavation in Boston, Lincolnshire
Boston Borough Council's
Boston Borough Council's Official Web Site
Community Forum for the Boston, Lincs. area with local issues, news and sport.
Lincolnshire Museum of the Year 2008
Boston Lincolnshire UK
The town of Boston Lincolnshire, historic place worth visiting
Boston Woods Trust
The Trust aims to create 7 miles of woodland, meadows and ponds in a crescent shaped corridor to the west of the town of Boston,
A virtual tour of this largest and grandest house of the first Elizabethan age was completed by William Cecil, Lord Burghley in 1587. 18 state rooms filled with wonderful paintings, furniture and fine art are open to visitors.
A visitors guide to fishing, boating, accommodation and things to do across the Fens
A history website about Boston's forgotton iconic buildings and structures.
Built in 1726 by wine merchant, William Fydell.
The Grantham Labour Party
Visit the only surviving eight-sailed windmill in the country and discover one of the finest examples of 19th Century windmill technology.
Lincolnshire Film Archive
Listings of all Archive films dating from 1901 and recorded throughout Lincolnshire. Old cine movies, archive film, hirtory on film
County’s High Society Magazine
Lord Thomas Burgh
Medieval Re-enactment during the Wars of the Roses in 14th century Britain
Maud Foster Windmill
Built in 1819 and still working. They sell organic flour, porridge oats and a variety of souvenirs.
The tallest windmill in the country and stands at 100ft high to the top of the cap.
Roger Parsons Lincolnshire
An interesting site about famous Lincolnshire scientists, explorers, mathematicians and philosophers,
Stamford Artisans Guild
Local Craft Community
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Tourist information Boston
If you're fit and not afraid of heights then a climb up the tower of St Botolph's Church, also known as the Boston Stump is well worth the effort.
Todays thought - Why are there 5 syllables in the word 'monosyllabic'?
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