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This wonderful location is partially situated on Lincoln Cliff, offering beautiful local scenery. Alongside the town’s unique atmosphere and rich history, it also boasts easy connections to the rest of the country, with both Lincoln and Scunthorpe less than half an hour away.
Further leisure and shopping can be found just a short distance away, with Scunthorpe located 10 miles from Kirton in Lindsey’s centre. Here, visitors can access a host of independent and chain restaurants, as well as spend time at one of the town’s two shopping centres.
Despite being a small town, Kirton in Lindsey has its own primary and secondary schools close by. Both Kirton in Lindsey Primary School and Huntcliff Comprehensive School can be reached within walking distance, making it ideal for parents living in the town.
This small town has a lot to offer, with a local high street and marketplace, which are home to several independent retailers including a butcher, bakery, various beauty salons and a sweetshop. The town has a garden centre neighbouring a cosy café and a further two pubs which serve food. You will also find a number of other local takeaways and supermarkets in the area.
Other facilities in the town include a post office, where local residents can carry out their banking, as well as the Trent Valley Gliding Club.
Kirton in Lindsey benefits from a close proximity to the A15, providing links to Peterborough and Lincoln, as well as the M180, which offers links to Hull, Scunthorpe and Humberside.
The town has a regular bus service, providing connections between Lincoln and Scunthorpe, and allowing easy access to surrounding areas. Nearby, is a handy railway station also running services every Saturday between Sheffield and Cleethorpes.