- Burton Pedwardine
- Kirkby la Thorpe
- North Rauceby
- Silk Willoughby
- South Rauceby
The old market town of Sleaford is on the western edge of the Fens that takes its name from the river on which it stands. The parish church of St Denys established in 12th century has splendid Window tracery and some chained books. The Black Bull Inn has a carved stone dated 1689 showing bull-baiting, which was last practised in Sleaford in 1807.
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