- Caistor -
This Roman market town has many historic features.
Nesting in the Lincolnshire Wolds, it is also the base for many walkers, with the 140-mile Viking Way running through it.
It has an active parish council but is arguably best known for its award-winning Grammar School, which regularly features close to the top of the Government league tables.
It has several pubs in its Market Place and a variety of shops, as well as a magistrates' court and several churches.
The nearby Town Hall is a base for many societies in the town.