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Places to go

near Epworth

Places to go near Epworth:

The Old Rectory and The Wesley Trail:

Epworth is the birth place of John Wesley founder of the Methodist Church and he was brought up in the Old Rectory. A visit to this impressive Grade 1 listed Old Rectory built in Queen Anne style in 1709, will transport you back to life in the early 18th century and introduce you to the remarkable family who lived there.

The Trolleybus Museum:

The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft houses the world’s largest collection of historic trolleybuses, together with a number of other vehicles including period motor buses. There is 5 star rated cafe, children’s play area, 1950s / 1960s shop displays, presentations in the cinema, a 1950s Prefab home and a cycle and lawnmower shop display. There is amble parking and disabled facilities.

Fisheries:

The closest fishery to Epworth Fields Holiday Park Torne Bank Fishery is a mixed coarse fishery It has 25 spacious pegs, excellent facilities, lots of parking and a friendly approach.

Alder Fen Fishery:

Alderfen Fisheries is the multiple award winning home of superb carp and coarse angling set in tranquil North Lincolnshire countryside. The three lakes provide top quality fishing for anglers of all abilities and experience, and the day ticket system allows all night fishing on all three lakes for those who prefer it.

Lindholme Lakes:

An award-winning set of quality fishing lakes on a well-run site with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. A choice of eight pools for both the match and pleasure angler. 450 pegs available, café, bar area and stocked tackle and bait shop.

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