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Curates Cloister, Barrow-Upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Curates Cloister
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Barrow-Upon-Humber
Lincolnshire

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North Lincolnshire is an area of rural tranquility and remarkable natural beauty, where the rolling chalk of the Lincolnshire Wolds meets the lush Ancholme.This is great walking country, with something for everyone from the long distance Viking Way and Nev Cole Way to gentler riverside and woodland walks.North Lincolnshire is full of surprises. Alkborough Turf Maze is on a mysterious ancient site overlooking the confluence of the rivers Humber and Trent close to interesting rural walks and sleepy villages. Normanby Hall, with its award winning Victorian Walled Garden, is set in 300 acres of landscape gardens with lakes and natural woodland.Barrow is close to the charming town of Barton upon Humber which has plenty for visitors to see and do. The magnificent Humber Bridge is the perfect backdrop for walks along the Humber Estuary, whilst the town itself offers shops, a museum, restaurants, pubs and an impressive 10th century church.

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