Local shopping

Market Rasen is the nearest shopping town - four miles away.

 

The town is centred on its traditional Market Place with St. Thomas’ church providing a fine backdrop. There are limited markets on Tuesdays and Fridays where fresh Grimsby fish is usually available. There are excellent local butchers and bakers and Co-op and Tesco supermarkets.

 

Butchers:
Lancasters, in the main street
Taskers, in the main street

 

Bakers
Starbucks, Union Street

 

Co-op
Access opposite the Market Place, or its own car park via John Street. The Co-op stocks local produce

Tesco
Linwood Road

 

Sunnyside Up Farm Shop
On the roadside between Market Rasen and Tealby sells its own farm reared meat and other locally sourced produce and some ready-made meals.

Other towns

 

Caistor is a very little further and its attractive, sloping Market Place has good market stalls on a Saturday. (9am – 2pm)

 

Louth, Brigg and Horncastle are bigger market towns each approximately fourteen miles away. All are well worth a visit. Horncastle has a number of Antiques shops.

 

We are half way between Lincoln and Grimsby. Our Tourist Information display gives you the basic information needed to organise an enjoyable visit to either.

 

Farmers Markets
Brigg 4th Saturday in the month
Gainsborough 2nd Saturday in the month
Grimsby 3rd Friday in the month
Horncastle 2nd Thursday in the month

 

Lincoln
1st Friday in the month – City Square
2nd Wednesday in the month – High Street
4th Friday in the month – North Hykeham
3rd Saturday in the month – Castle Square

 

Louth 2nd Friday in the month and 4th Wednesday in the month

 

The nearest local producers are Mary and Michael Davenport who produce award-winning cheese from their own herd. Cote Hill Blue and Lincolnshire Yellow Belly have a growing reputation and can be supplied on request.

 

Post Office
Nearest post offices, Market Rasen and Caistor