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Located in the east of England, Lincolnshire is a ceremonial county with an interesting environment that ranges from the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds to the Industrial side of the Humber Estuary. The county is home to a number of landmarks including Alford Manor House, Bourne Abbey, Donna Nook, Somerton Castle and Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. The county is also home to areas like Gibraltar Point, Kesteven Forest, Whisby Nature Park and Thornton Abbey, all of which are popular spots for locals and tourists.
A diverse array of businesses are based in the county with tour-operators, taxi companies, builders and building material suppliers, website design firms as well as computer consultants, business and management professionals, solicitors, counsellors and recruitment companies. ETA Travel, XLR8 Computers, Artistic Solutions and Chien Clinic are amongst those to have offices in Lincolnshire.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Lincolnshire has a number of venues for leisure and entertainment with the likes of the Rutland Open Air Theatre providing a unique setting for stage-productions. Parkway Cinema is the perfect place for movie-buffs while The Baths Hall and Lincoln Drill Hall are major venues for live-performances and acts. Dining out in Lincolnshire is all about experience global cuisine with places like Lincoln Tapas serving Spanish cuisine alongside places like Serendipity at the Priory serving traditional English food in a modern setting. Amici has Italian food on its menu while Ocean Cantonese servers a wide range of Chinese dishes.
Travelling around Lincolnshire is convenient, with the M180 and A46 providing decent access in and around the area. Bus and coach services are readily available for those looking for ground transportation. Humberside Airport is the major airport in the county although Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster is also quite close. The rail-network has major stops at Grantham Railway Station, Lincoln Central Railway Station, Heckington Railway Station, Skegness Railway Station and Stamford Railway Station. This connects the county to the East Midlands, CrossCountry, Northern and East Coast railway networks.