Louth in top 101 places to live in Britain
LOUTH has been ranked 48th in the top 101 places to live in Britain by a national newspaper.
The list, published in the Sunday Times, also named Stamford, further south in Lincolnshire.
Eleanor Mills, who compiled the survey, saID of Louth: "A market town that still takes the ‘market’ bit seriously, Louth has open-air stalls piled high with local produce three times a week. Eastgate is an excellent place to find real food, including several proper butchers.
"The town is sprinkled with delis, farm shops and cafes where fresh wholesome fare is on the menu."
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The survey took into account great shops, cultural attractions, crime statistics, school performance, life expectancy, house prices, transport links, proximity to Areas of Outstanding Beauty and community spirit.
Last year, Louth was voted as Britain’s Favourite Market Town for 2012 by BBC Countryfile viewers.