Welbourn Village in Lincolnshire
Welbourn is one of a line of villages spaced at regular intervals along the the relatively well-wooded escarpment of the Lincolnshire Edge. The village lies approximately 10 miles south of Lincoln on the A607 Grantham road.
The features of the village include St Chad's Church; an ancient monument - Castle Hill; the Beck (village pond) which is spring fed and flows into the Castle moat. There is a superb Village Hall, a village shop and Post Office, a forge (now used for demonstrations), a Primary and a Secondary school plus a Public House (Joiners Arms) and the original Manor House (now used as a care home).
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