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About Gainsborough

About Gainsborough

Gainsborough Market Place

A traditional market town with its own department store, Oldrids, as well as many high street names and quality independents. Parking is available within the town for as little as 90p and on-street parking is free close to the town centre. The town boasts two weekly markets on a Tuesday and Saturday selling a range of quality products.

Gainsborough Old Hall

Over 500 years old Gainsborough Old Hall is one of the best preserved manor houses in the UK and is often referred to as a ‘’hidden gem in Lincolnshire.” This exciting visitor attraction offers a variety of events and exhibitions for all ages throughout the year. For more information visit http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/gainsborough-old-hall

Hemswell Antiques

Brings together Europe's largest selection of dealers who can offer the widest possible range of antique furniture and vintage collectables. Within four separate buildings you will find around 400 dealer display areas, which will keep you enthralled for hours. For more information visit http://www.hemswell-antiques.com/

Gainsborough Heritage Centre

The Centre is open every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday and is host to regular events and exhibitions. They have an extensive archive of local history information, a research service available and a well stocked shop with books, CDs and DVDs. For more information visit http://www.gainsboroughheritage.com/

Gainsborough Golf Club

A must for any society day or just a social round with friends.  Both courses offer dependable year round challenges for golfers of all abilities. The clubhouse offers exceptional views across both courses and the Lincolnshire countryside beyond.  For more information visit http://www.gainsboroughgc.co.uk/home2

Gainsborough Trinity

Gainsborough Trinity Football Club was formed in 1873 as Trinity Recreationists, set up by the vicar of the Holy Trinity Church for young parishioners. In 1889 they became members of the Midland Counties League, losing their first match 1-2 to Lincoln City and going on to finish 7th out of eleven clubs. The club quickly became well known, and won their first Midland League championship in 1890/91 and after finishing runners-up the following season were elected to the Football League Second Division. For more information on fixtures please visit http://www.gainsboroughtrinity.com/

Blyton Park

Established in 2011 the former RAF Blyton became home to a new circuit. The result is a fast flowing and technical track of over 1.5 miles, with nine corners of varying complexity and radius. For more information visit http://www.blytonpark.co.uk/