- Grainthorpe -
Grainthorpe is situated 15 miles from Grimsby, eight from Louth and 25 from Lincoln.
An annual art and crafts exhibition, in which the church and village hall are given over to local artists and craftsmen to display their work, attracts visitors from far and wide.
A bygones event is also staged in the village every year around August bank holiday.
The village, which boasts an entry in the Doomsday Book, has a public house renowned for its good food and wide range of guest beers.
Once a thriving port, Coalshore Lane was used by horses and carts to carry coal from Grainthorpe Haven on the coast to the nearby canal from where it was ferried by barge to Louth.
Now popular with tourists in the summer months, a series of public footpaths interconnects the village with the surrounding countryside.
Limited public transport services run between the village, Grimsby and Louth.