- Binbrook -
Take a 20 minute drive south west of Grimsby and you will arrive at the village of Binbrook with its population of between 700 and 800.
Popular with ramblers, Binbrook has published its own leaflet describing three walks which start there before taking in the surrounding countryside as well as the neighbouring villages of Stainton Le Marsh, Kirmond Le Mire and Ludford.
The village church, built in the 1800s, owes its existence to the same architect as St James' Church in Louth and earned the name 'Cathedral in the Wolds' because of its design.
Although not renowned for historical buildings, Binbrook does have a manor house - though a squire never owned the village.
Binbrook has a number of shops, a village pub that serves food but is not open all day, and a small industrial estate.
Buses run between Binbrook, Grimsby and Louth twice weekly.