- Barnetby -
The thriving township of Barnetby-le-Wold has sprung up from a cleft in the Wolds.
It lies at the Western end of a natural gap in the Lincolnshire Wolds and three railway routes join at the village before running on to Immingham, Grimsby and Cleethorpes.
Its position as an important junction on the Great Central Railway means Barnetby has grown in prominence and is easily accessible for visitors.
There are two churches in the village, one of which, St Mary's, is a closed church, stands on a hill to the west of the Barnetby and shows signs of Saxon work.
St Mary's also has one of only 30 Norman lead fonts in the country.
Other attractions in the town are the Barnetby and District Horticultural Show which has been on the go for nearly 40 years.
The town has a new church hall on the site of the former wooden St Barnabas Hall which was demolished in 1992.
Barnetby can be found off the A18.