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Grantham is an attractive town on the border with Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. Within easy access of the A1 the town has some excellent close by attractions including the National Trust Property Belton House and the De Vere Belton Woods hotel and golf course.

The area has been home to some famous residents including Isaac Newton, Edith Smith (who was the UK’s first female police officer in 1914), and Margaret Thatcher, the former UK Prime Minister.

It is home to Belvoir Catle, an imposing castle that offers outstanding views. Belvoir Castle is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Rutland. The family have lived at Belvoir in an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. Today, you can enjoy a walk in the gardens and around the house, and they often host family days out and seasonal events.

You can also stop by the Engine Yard at Belvoir Castle, the first retail village of its kind in the local area. Here you can enjoy browsing the best of British gifts, garments and accessories from established and upcoming designers.You can also look forward to regular events, demonstrations and talks, from Countryside Corner debates to farmers’ markets every month.

Grantham is 22 miles East of Nottingham, making it a perfect day out from Nottingham or Nottinghamshire.

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