twinned with Fresnay sur Sarthe and Bassum in Lower Saxony, Germany
- Shops selling a wide variety of fresh local vegetables, meat and bread.
- Bed and breakfast accommodation,
- Pubs with character and home cooked meals
- Restaurants and Tea Rooms.
- Market with an auction on Mondays.
Spilsby lays on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds and the Fens.
The town has a market each Monday where many things are bought and sold,
ranging from vegetables to household goods.
John Franklin - who discovered the North-West Passage - was born in Spilsby in 1768,
and a statue of him stands in the Market Place.
in the town include clothes and fashion, jewellery, and hardware,
along with estate agents, banks, supermarkets and food shops.
Also Spilsby has a doctor's surgery,
dentist, chemist, and a library in the Co-op supermarket.
The Vale Road Industrial Estate has many businesses including vechical servicing and repairs tyres, exhausts, brakes, batteries fitting etc, building merchant and agricultural supplies.
St. Jame's Church in Spilsby
Find out more at www.spilsby.info
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