Banovallum House is the headquarters of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. It is situated along the River Bain in the centre of the town, and its grounds include a wildlife garden with pond, a herbacious walled garden and about 200m of river bank surrounding the Georgian house.
The grounds are good for a variety of garden birds including finches and tits, song thrush and pied wagtail. Kingfisher can also be seen along the river on a good day.
Wildlife related gifts and other items such as bird food are available to purchase at the Trust’s shop inside Banovallum House. It’s also a great place to find out more about the many nature reserves the Trust cares for in the area.
Find out more here.