The Villages We Serve
Situated 3 miles north east of the city of Lincoln. The Parish Church (All Saints) dates back to early medieval times.
In the field next door to the Methodist Church can be found the remains of the former Palace for the Bishops of Lincoln. It is here that it is thought the first English Prince of Wales was proclaimed by Edward 1st in 1301 when his court & parliament were in Lincoln.
The village has a lively vibrant community with 3 pubs, a large CO-OP, pharmacy, surgery, numerous other shops, takeaways and a community hub/library. There are 2 schools - Infants & Primary.
Nettleham is the home of Lincoln Rugby Club & there is a football club, cricket club & bowls club and a playing field.
A smaller village, about 2 miles from Nettleham. The parish church (St Germain's - pictured above) was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, in 1086, but has had many periods of rebuilding over the years.
There is one pub, a combined infants & primary age school, a garden centre/nursery & village hall.