Burgh le Marsh in Lincolnshire

Burgh le Marsh in LincolnshireBurgh le Marsh is a thriving market town, 3 mile inland from Skegness in Lincolnshire UK.

Burgh's history goes back to Roman times and beyond, where a prehistoric Celtic road (BluestoneHeath Road) led off the Wolds into Burgh. In the early days, Burgh was just marsh land. The land was drained and the rising ground on which the town stands would have been considered a "safe place", hence the name Burgh-in-the-Marsh.

Later the name was changed to Burgh-le-Marsh.


One of Burgh's most famous landmarks is the 14th century church of St Peter and St Paul. Another is Dobson's five -sailed windmill, built around 1844, and is still working today. Not far from the church is a Saxon burial mound (Cock Hil). There is a dip in the top of the mound where it is said that cock fighting used to take place, and to this day it is known as "Cock Hill."

A thriving social life has developed centring around the Community Hall, Recreation Centre and the WI Hall

Burgh-le-Marsh is equipped with a playgroup, junior school and a library. Everything that is needed for everyday living can be found in Burgh-le-Marsh. There are a butchers shop, a fish & Chip shop, a Post Office, supermarkets, and pubs, hotels eg. The White Hart and restaurants.