Louth Louth shown within Lincolnshire. There is a small Morrisons , formerly a Somerfield store,  which opened in 1985, and a Co-operative supermarket , which opened in 1989. The town was formerly on the East Lincolnshire Railway from Peterborough to Grimsby , an important north-south route especially for holidaymakers in the summer. Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Louth.
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Louth Louth shown within Lincolnshire. Office for National Statistics. Graham Fellows , also known as John Shuttleworth and Jilted John, a singer-songwriter and comedian lives in the town.
ABM Pauls used to have a large malt kiln, which was the first of its kind built in Europe to an American design out of reinforced concrete in 1949. The Centre opened on 6 February 2010, and, by 2013, had received almost one million visits, and was home to over 20 clubs. Views Read Edit View history. East Lindsey District Council.
A church dedicated to St. Louth is at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds where they meet the Lincolnshire Marsh and is known as the Capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There are plans to eventually have Louth as the southern terminus of the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway which would utilise the trackbed from Louth to Holton-Le-Clay. Medieval Archaeology Journal, vol.
A stone inscription to commemorate this forms part of a wall on Schoolhouse Lane in Louth. Archived from the original on 12 November 2013. James' Church, Hubbard's Hills, the market, many independent retailers and Lincolnshire's last remaining cattle market.
The site had been the location of a maltings since 1870 which was destroyed by German bombs in 1940, and had to be built on the old site to qualify for war compensation. A cast iron bust of him also stands within the school's canteen. Matthew Macfadyen , actor, spent his childhood in the town. Leanda Cave , triathlete, was born in Louth Julie Christie , actress, has a home in Louth, and sometimes works with the local Film Club.
Retrieved 3 January 2017. In form the Cross is of the 'ring' or 'wheel head' type, the central design being of Christ crucified. The Co-op was given approval for an additional smaller store in 2013. Jeffrey Archer was elected the town's Member of Parliament in a by-election in 1969. St Helen's Spring, at the Gatherums, off Aswell Street, is dedicated to a popular medieval saint, the mother of Constantine the Great , the first Roman Emperor to become a Christian,  but is thought to be a Christianised Romano-British site for veneration of the pagan water-goddess Alauna. It meanders along the deep, flat valley bottom between steep, wooded slopes on either side.
- When all those dwelling there had been put to sleep by a cunning ruse, a trusty servant took him out of the ground, wrapped him in fine line cloth, and with all his fellows rejoicing brought him to the monastery of Thorney and re-interred him. This page was last edited on 22 January 2019, at 23: James Church , written in 1486 and transcribed in 1512, where he is referred to as a Bishop of Auxerre , France.
- Retrieved 12 November 2013. The Origins of Louth: Although it will be to the south of Louth due to the station building now being occupied and the station site around it. Retrieved from " https: Archived from the original on 9 November 2013.
The rising began after Rev. This page was last edited on 22 January 2019, at 23: The former station  is now residential flats; there are other reminders  still standing.
Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 15 November 2009. The building of the spire commenced in 1501 and was finally completed in 1515.
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The type is more commonly seen today in Ireland. St Herefrith,  or Herefrid, is Louth's 'forgotten saint',  whose feast day is 27 February. The Anglo-Saxon pagan burial ground, northwest of Louth, dates from the fifth to sixth centuries, and was first excavated in 1946.