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This circular route to Wragby follows a network of quiet roads that link up small, ancient villages.
On the journey, you will pass two churches dedicated to St Andrew, which are very different from each other. The church at Stainfield was attributed to Sir Christopher Wren, as he had stayed at Stainfield Hall around the time it was built. The diminutive church at Apley was originally a mortuary chapel but was rebuilt at Apley when shelter was needed for burials. It is arguably one of the smallest parish churches in the country. There is little left of the medieval village of Goltho, but its church, hidden away by a few trees, is a short walk off the route.
From Bardney you can hop on the Water Rail Way, a purpose built trail that follows the River Witham from Lincoln to Boston. The mostly traffic-free off-road route is ideal for cycling and walking.
Distance: 11.5 miles