Donna Nook Nature Reserve
Every November and December, the grey seals give birth to their pups near the sand dunes: a wildlife spectacle. The pupping season at Donna Nook is an extremely rare opportunity to view large wild animals up close for free. Grey seals are one of the few large animals that still survive in Britain.
For all the details to prepare your visit to the Nature Reserve
You may also be interested in these amazing structures found on our coast line.
The show takes place each year on the 2nd Sunday in the month of July. Its a brilliant little country fair. Well organised and packed with fun things to do and see. Every year they host a 10k road race too.
Theres a main ring with constant displays and shows, funfair and antique cars on display to name a few of its delights, or try your hand at Archery.
Don't forget to pop into the craft tents and purchase some of the lovely items too. There is a good selection of food and drink stalls, all at a resonable price. My top tip is to get there early, for gates opening at 10am.
In 2017 it cost just £3 to enter leaving you lots of spending money for all those fair and charity stalls.
Go on give it a try.
The Spilsby Bike night was packed with every sort of bike available to man. Fabulos antique bikes to trikes. This year there was a stunt bike show in the Butter cross car park and a stage in the middle car park, there was also a competition for the fastest rear wheel change. with 2 more bike nights to go in Louth and Mablethorpe, its a real must visit while your here on your hols. See you there!
Walking around Ingoldmells
I have been walking from the bungalows towards Addlethorpe across the fields. There is a lovely 2 mile route around the fields. I have worked out a couple other routes of 2-3 miles, but they do require good shoes and long trousers. The walks are available in the bungalows for guests to use as a guide.
I hope you enjoy.