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'The gardens and parkland that you see today at Burghley were largely designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown in the 18th century. Today, sweeping vistas down to the spires of Stamford with the backdrop of the House create the perfect canvas for open air classical concerts, wedding receptions, events or just a quiet stroll with the dog.'

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Member of the U3A - Lincolnshire Grouping

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Member of the Ramblers - Lincolnshire Area Grouping

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'There's no better way to discover the hidden treasures of south Lincolnshire than walking through the landscape that witnessed bronze-age burials; iron-age mints; roman forts; the Knights Templar; deserted medieval villages; castles, cathedrals and monasteries and Elizabethan architecture at its finest ...' Usually held Late September - Late October.

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Member of the Ramblers - Lincolnshire Area Grouping

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Member of the U3A - Lincolnshire Grouping

Category South Kesteven
Distance (miles)33
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The route from Trent Lock to Grantham divided into six walks (plus a dozen circular walks).

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Grantham Canal Society

Category South Kesteven
Distance (miles)10
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'A lovely walk taking in 4 counties! From the magnificent stone town of Stamford walk to the pretty stone village of Easton on the Hill before returning past the ruins of Wothorpe Towers.'

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'As part of the Sundial and Stamford Built Heritage Project, Stamford Civic Society has revised and reprinted the Stone Trail. This was first produced by LCC with the original text and drawings supplied by Alan Dawn, and had not been revised for over ten years. It has now been brought up to date and is available from the Library, at a cost of £1. All proceeds from the sale remain in Stamford to provide funds for the Library ... We hope that the trail will be used by residents and visitors alike to gain a fascinating insight into "The finest stone town in England".'

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