Wragby is a peaceful Wolds village set halfway between
Louth and Lincoln. It was named Waragebi in the Doomsday Book and
has been important as both a Staging Centre and a market town (the
charter dating back to the reign of Charles II).
Wragby Mill was built in 1831 by the millwright
Ingledew and until 1903 it was powered by wind, then an oil engine
took over. The mill once had six sails which drove four pairs
of stones on the third floor. Today the tower is only used as
All Saints Church & Wragby Maze
The church of All Saints, built in 1838, is a quarter of a mile
from the ruins of the old church which can be seen from the bottom
of the cemetery.
For a small town, Wragby offers the visitor much to do. At the
Wragby Maze you can enjoy getting lost amongst the conifer walls
as well as playing some of the many garden games such as boules
Rand Farm Park
Rand Farm Park, on the road to Lincoln, is a genuine
working farm where visitors are encouraged to look, touch, feed
and cuddle lots of different animals.
Woodside Falconry at Langworth
At Woodside Falconry, at nearby Langworth, you
can experience the thrill of majestic birds of prey soaring overhead,
or even sitting on a bench next to you!
Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve (Woodland)
offers the visitor a lovely walk in the woods at any time of the