A guide to
Louth in Lincolnshire

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The Railway Walk

Louth, a Lincolnshire town, is famous for St James church, with its towering spire. It's also the birthplace of the astronaut Michael Foale. Highlights include the town's Georgian architecture and its unique, independent shops. It also features the Meridian Leisure Centre and the Riverhead Theatre, home to the Louth Playgoers.

The place has a somewhat twee image, but there's more to Louth than quaint markets and old-fashioned architecture. A fair amount of construction work and regeneration is going on.

In places Louth is an extremely modern town. However, there are many people who work hard to preserve the town's unique character and its amenities, such as Hubbard's Hills.

The Need For More Frequent Buses        

The Need For More Frequent Buses

A petition has started asking for more frequent buses in the Louth area, as Lincolnshire County Council finishes surveying residents about buses.
August 2021
Factors Affecting The Proposed Nuclear Dump At Theddlethorpe        

Factors Affecting The Proposed Nuclear Dump At Theddlethorpe

A nuclear dump is proposed for Theddlethorpe. What considerations will guide the decision?
August 2021
Abbey Road, Park Avenue And Broadley Crescent Need Urgent Resurfacing        

Abbey Road, Park Avenue And Broadley Crescent Need Urgent Resurfacing

A petition is launched demanding action on three roads in Louth, and for the county council to improve the way it deals with road repairs.
June 2021
Louth Remembers Bethany Vincent and Darren Henson        

Louth Remembers Bethany Vincent and Darren Henson

After tragic events that led to the deaths of two Louth residents, the community has pulled together to support the family.
June 2021

Random Picture Quiz

Test your knowledge of Louth and its people with this dynamic quiz.

St James

Landmarks in Louth

For years the skyline in Louth has been dominated by the spire of St. James and the enormous ABM building, also known as the Malt Kiln. Work started on demolishing the Malt Kiln in January of 2004 in order to make way for some flats, although this work ceased soon after, before being resumed in 2014 and completed in February 2015 in order to build an Aldi. St James, however, has stood for over half a millennium and is unlikely to be coming down any time soon.


A sign on a shop shelf apologises for the limited choice in the store.      

A supermarket in Louth displays a notice about shortages because of supply chain issues caused by Brexit.

August 14 2021


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