- Ulceby -
Ulceby, situated north west of Grimsby just off the A180, has a population of about 1,500.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, visitors to Ulceby will find many historical artefacts including the remains of a medieval moat in a meadow at the west end of the village: the site of the original settlement.
Parts of St Nicholas' Church, which seats a congregation of 150 people and holds services on Sunday and Wednesday mornings, date back to the 13th Century though later additions have been made.
Visitors will also find a number of old houses including a delightful thatched cottage.
Shops are not plentiful in the village - there is only one convenience store - but the Brocklesby Ox and Fox public houses provide places to eat and drink.
A summer event is held every year in Ulceby and dances and youth clubs take place in the village hall.