It provides level walking along the River Welland, where youll find the Boudicea plaque recording her pursuit of the Romans, and is the starting point for the Jurassic Way.There are footpaths to Easton-on-the-Hill and Tinwell.
Horses must have a ‘dished’, or concave, face as well as a long, arching neck and high tail.
Stamford Museum sets out the history and archaeology of the town from its earliest times to today with displays, exhibitions and galleries.
The museum organises a yearly series of public lectures which are extremely popular, and its archives are available to view for researchers and students. Leonards Priory was founded in the early 12th Century by the Benedictines of Durham Abbey.
Nowadays it is a huge funfair which fills most of the town centre from Bath Row to the High Street.
It is held on the Monday following Mothering Sunday and runs until the following Saturday. The Arts Centre houses a theatre/cinema, assembly room, caf, art gallery and tourist information centre.