Louth is known locally as the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. An area of outstanding views. Louth is a traditional Wolds town with superb Georgian buildings and a thriving market on Wednesday and Saturdays. Traditional theatre with an art deco cinema offers entertainment for those wetter days and the Meridian Centre which is the districts flagship leisure centre is worth a trip. Swimming, Fitness and Dance for all ages.
Known for its shops and food it offers a unique collection of old and new. Restaurants and inns, old fashioned tailors, traditional butchers, grocers and a cheese shop. Meander to St. James church to experience the views from the tower! There’s the splendid little museum and explore around to find Tennyson’s wall. Along the streets of East gate and West you can take in the Meridian line or joining in the Louth Art Trail.
Horse riding, gliding, sand racing, fishing and golf are all within easy access of the town. Hubbard’s Hills are a local beauty spot of the outskirts of the town, offering an area of outstanding natural beauty. The annual walking festival that runs from May through to June each year is a huge event. You can enjoy level walks along the navigation canal or more challenging walks into the Lincolnshire Wolds. Cadwell Park, one of the country’s most challenging motor racing circuits is available for thrills for all age groups.