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City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Cheese Society

A family run business located in the Cultural Quarter of Lincoln offering all sorts of cheeses including many British varieties.


Villages & Countryside, 11-20 miles from Lincoln
Cogglesford Watermill

Dating back to Saxon times, Cogglesford Watermill is thought to be the only Sheriff's watermill still in operation in England.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Doddington Hall Farm Shop

The Farm Shop and Deli at Doddington Hall is filled with delicious local produce, beautiful gifts and elegant small household items.


City of Lincoln, High Street
Lincolnshire Co-op City Square Food Store

Food store in Lincoln city centre selling a range of chilled, frozen and fresh food including the Love Local range of local produce.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Redhill Farm Shop in the Bail

A small version of the shop at Redhill Farm, located right in the heart of Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter serving free-range pork, lamb, eggs, and more local produce.


Villages & Countryside, 21-30 miles from Lincoln
Redhill Farm Shop on the Farm

A traditional farmshop at Redhill Farm offering the highest quality, best tasting free range meat direct from the farmers who produce it.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Steep Hill

A steep, cobbled street, lined with independent shops, tea rooms and restaurants that leads to and from Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the Cathedral Quarter.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Stokes Barista Training Centre

Coffee experiences and barista training courses for budding baristas and coffee enthusiasts at the home of Stokes Tea & Coffee in Lincoln.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
The Crafty Bottle

Specialist craft ale shop on The Strait, with home brew and cider section, selling local produce from the Lincolnshire Brewing Company and other beers from around the world.


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Romans in Lincoln

Romans in Lincoln

The Romans arrived in Lincoln between AD50-60 and built Lindum Colonia on the hill. Remains can still be seen today.


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