Events in Anderby on the Lincolnshire Coast near Chapel st Leonards and Skegness

Lincolnshire Shooting Centre

100m Range

Gun Club, shop, restaurant and bar

New Farm
Ingoldmells Road
Burgh le Marsh
PE24 5HF

tel: 01754 810424

The outdoor ranges (50m and 100m) are open 10am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday (by appointment).

The 25m indoor range is open 7pm to 10pm Monday to Saturday.

When the ranges are open, so is the club house.

About Us

Established by ourselves in 1988, we remain the only Shooting Centre in the area. We have a 25m indoor range and 50m and 100m outdoor ranges all supervised by qualified personell who will teach you to shoot safely and responsibly. Shooting is a fine sport and ideal for people in wheel chairs who are welcome to use our facilities.

Gun and Accessories Shop

We stock or pecure any legal firearms including shot guns, air rifles, C02 pistols, under and over, side by side and semi automatic guns. We also stock shot gun cartridges, clay pigeons and traps. Gun cleaning, maintenace and storage accessories and much more available.


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Find the Lincolnshire Shooting Centre

Our location is just 4 miles away from the popular resort of Skegness. If you are passing why not drop in to see what we offer or make a purchase form our well stocked guns and accessories shop - please call first to ensure we are available.

You will find us on Ingoldmells Road. If you are coming from the A158 (i.e. heading North) then we are on the left. We are on the same site as, and share the entrance with, the Wheelers Rest Motel.

Heritage Group in Burgh le Marsh

formerly History Group

history groupAll meetings commence at 2.00pm Mondays October - March

The venue for talks is the Granary Tearoom at the Windmill.

All are welcome and light refreshments are included in the entrance fee of £1.00

The meetings of the group are friendly and informal.

The Committee endeavour to arrange a programme of informative talks which provide for a wide variety of tastes and we are delighted to welcome persons of any age to our meetings.

Chairman: Neil Cooper.01 754 810 131

Vice Chairman: TBA

Secretary: John Panton 01 754 810 474

Treasurer: Malcolm Ringsell 01 754 811 267


June Smith, Mavis Stone, Barbara Waite, Paul Ranson, Cecil Smith.

Programme Secretary: Gaynor Astley 01 754 811 970

Gunby Hall and Gardens owned by the National Trust.

gunby hallAt Gunby Round-about on the A158 (LIncoln to Skegness road) between Partney and Burgh le Marsh.

The Hall contains a stimulating collection including works by Sir Joshua Reynolds, Tennyson, KIpling, Samuel Johnson and William Morris.

A relaxed stroll around the 8 acre Victorian Walled Gardens will reveal hundreds of specimen plants, flowers and trees including 48 varieties of apple, 21 of pear and 50 different roses along with the Tennis Court, Croquet Lawn, Carp Pond and St.Peter's Church. Just as important is the range of scrumptious homemade cakes, scones, soups, ice creams and drinks in the Old Laundry Tea Room.

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The Hall was built by Sir Henry Massingberd in 1700 according to a dated keystone on the west doorway set in 8 acres of parkland. The courtyard leads to beautiful well kept gardens in which there is a blue gazebo.

Alfred Lord Tennyson described it as 'an English home... all things in order stored, a haunt of peace'. These are words he wrote out by hand and which now hand framed in the library.

Field-Marshal Sir Archibald Montgomery-Massingberd managed to save the mansion from being demolished during the Second World War to make way for a longer runway for the Steeping Aerodrome. The runway was needed for the Lancaster Bombers; its line was redrawn and Gunby was saved. The Hall was given to the National Trust in 1944.

National Trust Members FREE!! On special open days NT members will be asked to pay (see NT handbook)

community teashopCommunity Tea Room

The former Church Tea Shop has been relocated in the newly built "Community Tea Room" at the Community Complex

Pictures taken on the official opening of the Community Complex in November 2007

Burgh Village Tea Shoppe

We have a village tea shoppe
It really is a rarity,
It sells assorted knick-knacks
All proceeds go to charity

It is a place to forage
Amongst the bric-a-brac,
You never know what you will find
High up on the rack.

Chatting with the locals
Is how the time is spent,
And another of our facilities
Is the Scrabble tournament!

But if you visit on a Sunday
Burgh Museum is the place to be
Not only for the history
But also for a cup of tea!

Sylvia Blight 

Lincolnshire Mills Group

President: Les Osborne

Are YOU interested in windmills? Check out Burgh le Marsh windmill
Hon. Secretary: Mrs. Geraldine Mathieson
21 Dene Road, Cottingham, East Yorkshire. HU16 PD
Tel: 01482 847 276

Our area includes Lincolnshire, East Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland and in conjunction with the Midland Mills Group; Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire we produce a 'Mills Open to the Public' leaflet, many of which are working. (Wind willing)  
It can be found in most Tourist Information Centres, some Libraries and windmills, but send a SAE (long shape) to receive your own copy.

One of the main objects of The Group is: To preserve and promote the milling heritage of the region.
Membership of the LMG is open to all individuals, families and Companies / Institutions prepared to support the objects of The Group, details of which will be sent upon request.

Annual membership fees: Companies/Institutions £15 ; Individual £10 and Family £12

Community Groups and Activities

Organisations 2017 (pdf download)

 Childrens  Groups                

Venue/Contact Day/Time

W.I. Hall

M. Lyall


Mon 6.00p.m.

Village Hall

Jean Harrison                                

01754 820812

Thurs 6.00p.m -7.30p.m.

W.I. Hall

Michelle Dales


Thurs 7.00pm.-8.30p.m.
Little Angels

In Church

The Vicar

01754 810216

(not school holidays)

1st Wed of Mnth
King's Club

Baptist Chapel

Pastor Colin Bowden

01754 811260

Tues 6.30p.m.
Pram & Toddlers

Village Hall

Alison Smith

01754 510908

not 1st Wed of mnth

W.I. Hall

Claire Mannering


Thurs 5.00p.m.-6.00p.m.



Village Hall



Fri 5.30p.m.-7.00p.m.

Fri 7.00p.m.-9.00p.m.

Sunshine Playgroup

 New Community Complex

Lisa Broomfield

01754 811878

Little Gems Dancing

Village Hall

Gemma Marshall

Sun 10.30a.m.-13.30p.m.
 Sports/Activities Groups Venue/Contact
 Burgh & District Sports  

Marsh Lane
& Playing Fields Association
Jim Dodsworth
01754 810866

Cricket Club

Burgh Cricket Club
Philip Sharp  
01754 811415

 Football Club (Snrs)

Red Lion Storey's Lane
Max Waxman
01754 810582

   Gun Club & Archery  

 Doug Purdy
 01754  810424

 Model Racing Car Club

 Village Hall

Paul Chapman


 Sun 4.30 - 8.30pm

Outdoor Bowls 

Burgh Bowls Club


 Jacksons Lane

Tery Allaway

01754 810507


(various times & dates)

Short Mat  Bowls     

Village Hall                
Carole Smith     

Tues 2pm - 4pm
Thurs 2pm - 4pm
Kick Boxing

Village Hall
Richard Odling








Tinkers Green
Recreation Ground       
Contact Free facilities
Town Clerk

01754 811218

Open during daylight hours
Hard Play Area
Evenings hours
with floodlights
Tennis Court
(pay as you go)
 Seniors Groups


Luncheon Club  

Village Hall

Joan Sanderson

01754 810544

Friday 12noon
Friendship Group

Granary Tea RoomWindmill

Margaret Southwood

01754 810081

Every Tuesday fortnight


Monday Club (Burgh Wives)


The Burgh Inn

Chris Bassford

01754 810549


 1st Mon monthly 8.00p.m.
 Interest Groups Venue/Contact  Day/Time
 Heritage Group


Granary Tea Room

The Windmill

Neil Cooper

01754 810131



Mon 2.00p.m. -4.00p.m.

Sept- Mar

 Bingo Club


Community Tea Room

Irene Mullins

01754 810575


 Wed 7.00p.m.
Church Handbell Ringers

Parish Church

Irene Panton

01754 810474

Tues 3.00p.m.-4.00p.m.
Accordian Club

Village Hall


01754 767654


Mon 7.00p.m.

every fortnight

Slimming World

Village Hall

Michael 07841040093

Wed 7.00p.m.-8.15p.m.



Church Groups Venue/Contact Day/Time
 Baptist Church


The Causeway

Pastor Colin Bowden
01754 811260

Sun Worship 10.45a.m.

 evening Worship6.00p.m.

Phoenix Bereavement Group


Sue McGregor                     

01754 762098

Wed 10.30a.m.-12.00


for children

Youth Evening            

Pastor Colin Bowden 

01754 811260
Mon 7.00p.m.



(come & meet each other)

Traditional English Afternoon Tea £7 for 2 people


Monica Beckwith 1.00p.m.-4.00p.m.

Church Community Tea Room

Michael Jones


Daily 10.00a.m-4.00pm.  

 (Not Thurs a.m. or Sat p.m. or Sun)

Methodist Church

Keith Locke

01754 227791

 Sun Worship 11.00a.m.

 The Leisure Group

Coffee Morning

Daphne Spence

01754 810286

Tues 2.00p.m.-4.00p.m.

Thurs 10.00a.m.-12.00

St Peter & St Paul Church


Parish Church

Father Terry Steele

01754 810216



Mother's Union

June Fieldman

01754 811047

2nd Wed of Mnth 2.00p.m.-4.00p.m

Tower Bell Ringers

St. Peter & St. Paul Church

Victor Waite

01754 810230


Wed 7.00p.m.-9.00p.m.
 Misc Groups  Contact/Venue  Day/Time
 Jane palmer Foundation Trust

 John Turner

01754 810931

 By arrangement

Senior Library Assistant

01522 782010

PTA Burgh School

01754 810241

Parochial Church Council

Father Terry Steele

01754 810216

Town Council

Angela Johnson-Coccia

01754 811218

Twinning Associatopn

Neil Cooper

01754 810131

By arrangement
Community Complex Committee

John Atkinson

01754 810641

By arrangement
Windmill Volunteer Group

Malcolm Ringsell

01754 811267

Sundays 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.

Easter to end Sept

Sundays 2.00p.m. -4.00p.m.

Oct- March

Car Boot Sale

Burgh Sports Field

Paul Smith

01754 762212


Thurs from Mid June

7.30a.m. -12.00p.m.

plus all Bank Holiday ondays

Burgh le Marsh Windmill (Dobson's five-sailed windmill)

Burgh Le Marsh Windmill

High Street, Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire

The mill was built by Sam Oxley of Alford in about 1844. It has five storeys and has unusual left-handed sailswhich means the sails rotate clockwise.

It contains much of its original equipment.

The mill should be working on open days wind permitting.

There is a milling museum which includes a Blackstone Diesel engine

Entertainment and Things to Do  in Burgh le Marsh

Burgh Le Marsh Windmill 0135Going out in Burgh le Marsh in Lincolnshire UK. There are lots of places to eat, drink and meet new friends

Interest Groups - Interested in history or art? We have groups that cater for you. Older people are also well provided for with the Friendship Group  and the Luncheon Club.

We also have both indoor carpet bowls and green bowling as well as table tennis and martial arts. The W. I. are well worth contacting.