Beautiful and picturesque, whatever time of year

South Kesteven is 365 square miles of rural splendour! Whether you like to cycle, walk, ride or fish, you’ll find some wonderful locations to explore.

Explore Newton’s Trail

A new Newton’s Trail which includes his birthplace at Woolsthorpe Manor has mapped off-the-beaten track locations accessible by foot and bike as well as a car. Click the map to download the PDF.
The trail takes in the villages of Colsterworth, Burton le Coggles, Corby Glen, Irnham, Edenham, Grimsthorpe, Swayfield and Swinstead via a network of quiet country lanes.
Established attractions such as Easton Walled Gardens and Grimsthorpe Castle are listed alongside the area’s beautiful churches, a retreat house, art gallery, award winning coffee shop and historic hostelries.
It’s the brain child of Lady Ursula Cholmeley, responsible for transforming 12 acres of Easton Walled Gardens’ derelict gardens into the floral and gardening paradise of today, and Grimsthorpe Castle manager Ray Biggs.

Town Walks

Town trails are available from Stamford and Grantham Tourist Information Centres and Market Deeping Town Hall and you can enjoy the Grantham Canal Walks. Stamford Ghost Walks are run by local actor Martin Tempest. Blue Badge Guide Jill Collinge does tours of historic Stamford – for private or group guided walks call Jill direct on 01780 729076. Stamford Sights & Secrets Tours offer 90 minute guided walks of the town, call 07534 308928 for bookings.

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