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Stamford Treasure Hunt

Located in one of the hillier regions of Lincolnshire Stamford is a gem of a venue for a treasure hunt. Steeped in history the market town boasts twelve churches and quite a few more that are now used for other purposes.

The buildings are built from a golden stone that would easily lead you to believe you were in the Cotswolds. The River Welland runs through the town and represents one end of the Jurassic  Way stretching all the way from Banbury.

Stamford was one of the twelve resting places of Eleanor of Castile. One of the great love stories of the medieval age.

The town boasts a strong theatre tradition and has many wonderful antiques shops bakeries and some great pubs including a number of traditional coaching inns including the excellent George Hotel.

For such a modest town it has more than its share of famous residents such as Colin Dexter the writer of the Inspector Morse mysteries, Sir Mike Jackson top General in the British Army and Nicola Roberts the gorgeous redhead from Girls Aloud!

If you are looking to hold an event within the East Midlands and require a lovely location to stage a treasure hunt Stamford is a great choice.

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0333 577 0024 - enquiries@cluego.co.uk


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