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The Low Lying Villages of the Ancholme Valley

The low lying villages along the Ancholme Valley are situated at the foothills of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The landscape is diverse from the riverbank and carrs to historic woodlands – perfect habitats for flourishing wildlife. A new pathway is being installed which includes interactive trail boards and mile markers for cyclists/walkers. The boards provide lots of helpful information about the area including wildlife to watch out for and history of the villages: Worlaby, Saxby All Saints, Bonby and Horkstow. All the villages are accessible by impressive bridges and visitors can drift along from place to place, village to village. Crossing the River Ancholme you can explore historic villages such as Appleby, Winterton and Burton upon Stather.

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horkstow bridge scenic photo of the near by countryside photo of elsham hall gardens

You can download many walking routes and enjoy this area at your own leisure.

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