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Cathedral Quarter
Bailgate Shopping

Bailgate is one of the most historic parts of Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter, where independent boutiques, shops and places to eat line cobbled streets.


Cultural Quarter
Cheese Society

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


High Street
Cornhill Quarter Shopping

An area of significant development comprising of Lincoln's bus and train stations, independent shopping on Sincil Street, Lincoln Central Market, and public spaces.


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.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
Hemswell Antiques Centres

Europe's largest selection of dealers at a former RAF base, offering the widest possible range of antique furniture and vintage collectables.


High Street
High Bridge

Lincoln's High Bridge is the oldest bridge in the United Kingdom which still has buildings on it, dating back to 1160AD.


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.


Cathedral Quarter
Redhill Farm Shop in the Bail

A small version of the main shop on the Redhill Farm, in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter, offering products made by hand in the butchery, bakery and smoke house on the farm.


21-30 miles from Lincoln
Redhill Farm Shop on the Farm

Traditional farmshop on Redhill Farm selling offering the highest quality, best tasting produce direct from the people who produce it, including free range meat and eggs.


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William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle in 1068 on a site occupied since Roman times.


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