- Clay Lake
- Fen End
- Little London
- Low Fulney
- Moulton Chapel
- Pinchbeck West
- Pode Hole
- Weston Hills
The old market town of Spalding has the River Welland flowing under seven bridges through its centre.
Spalding is the centre of an intensively farmed agricultural area and is the capital of ‘Tulipland’. The countless tulips and daffodils provide a popular attraction for Visitors who drive round the fields in April and early May to view a kaleidoscope of colour across some 10,000 acres. The town is a happy mixture of old and new buildings. Among the oldest are the 13th-century Church of Saints Mary and Nicholas, which has unusual double aisles, and the 14th-century White Hart Inn. The Gentlemen’s Society, an antiquarian society founded in 1709-10 and including Sir Isaac Newton and Alexander Pope among its members, displays a bird collection in 15th-century Ayscoughfee Hall, and has a museum in Broad Street.
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