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Why move to Sleaford ?

With its historic buildings, beautiful countryside and friendly residents, it's not hard to see why Sleaford is a popular place to live.

Some things to love about living in Sleaford

The Carre Gallery is available for the exclusive use of exhibitors whose work is compatible with the objectives of the Sleaford Gallery Arts Trust. They are open every week from Monday to Saturday. Between major exhibitions the gallery hosts a changing display of work from a variety of Lincolnshire artists.

Go for a walk along the banks of the River Slea. The River Slea is an 18-mile long tributary of the River Witham, in Lincolnshire, England. In 1872 the river was described as ""a never-ending source of pure water"", and was a trout river renowned throughout the East coast of England.

The Sleaford market is open every Monday and Friday but the monthly Farmers' Market they hold on the first Saturday of every month is a must for food lovers.

Kids will love the Boston Road recreation ground.Its facilities include Toddler and junior play areas, skate park, toilets, refreshment kiosk. Its 13.8 acre site its grassed throughout with mature trees scattered around.

A little bit of history

Sleaford has a rich history and was once gifted to the first Bishop of Lincoln by William the Conqueror.

Need to know

Absolutely Fabulous' Jennifer Saunders hails from Sleaford.


Sleaford has several large chain supermarkets but for a variety of local produce head to the Manor Farm Shop in Leasingham. And for award-winning sausages, look no further than Picks in Dorrington.

Ruskington boasts a popular garden centre, but our tip is to time your visit so that you can make the most of their restaurant. After all, shopping can work up quite an appetite.



By Road:

The A15 heads north to Lincoln and south to Peterborough The A17 and A153 link with the A1.

By Train:

Sleaford railway station. Grantham railway station offers links to London King's Cross.

Schools around Sleaford

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