Google can do alot of things with it's map interface, but struggles to sift plain town websites from businesses or, for example Lincolnshire Coast Attractions. Below are basically the town websites within a radius of a dozen miles of Horncastle, showing a little history and what to expect in each place.
The smaller villages scattered around the Wolds mostly have their local pub still, maybe a school and the church, but a shop or post office is often now a memory. Tetford, in amongst several holiday cottage and farm self-caterers, did show it could support a small shop again recently. There has been a mobile grocery van wandering around the A16 villes, and the library van makes regular calls. Transport wise, the shopper bus, and the purple bus-taxies, are available.
There aren't many websites that pay attention to districts, most are either on a County, City or National Park level. Although the Wolds are officially an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty, the support on the web for such areas is sketchy. The Lincolnshire Heritage site gives a select group of attractions that shouldn't entail buying shares in BP or Chevron to get there.
East Lindsey Towns & Website Links
Etymology of Local Lindsey Pronouns
An interesting roadsign on the A153 north of West Ashby has several good old Saxon names upon it. With Fart, Belch, Horn and Lout it at first reflects a colourful heritage of life amongst the hay bales. However, Belch derives from the Scandinavian for 'bleat' and probably reflects the seasonal pastoral nature of the area just after the mini ice age. It can also derive from or mean a 'swelling', and the large hill's catchment to the North is the origin of the River Waring.
East Lindsey Town Websites
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