Case Studies

Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival

Funding has enabled the very popular Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival to continue and expand.   

The Lincolnshire Wolds are designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lying at the heart of the Lindsey Action Zone area.  They constitute the highest ground in eastern England between Kent and Yorkshire.  

A diverse programme of walks will be coordinated by a new Project Officer to take place in May each year and to take in the attractive vistas of the Wolds and the historic market towns that surround them.  This attracts thousands of visitors many of whom take advantage of the opportunity to stay in the high quality accommodation available and to browse and shop in our historic market towns.

 

 

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Full Description

 This project extends the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival over a 4 year period until 2013. Each year a Festival programme will be created and marketed attracting thousands of visitors to the Lincolnshire Wolds in the centre of the Lindsey Action Zone LEADER area. The Project Officer, based in Louth will work with local businesses and accommodation providers for the benefit of all involved.

 

In 2008-2013, the following were eligible to apply:-

Farmers/Land Based Businesses
Funding supported farm diversification projects that kept vital services, skills, and money within the rural economy. 

Rural Micro-Business
Funding supported set up and growth.  A micro-business is an enterprise with less than 10 employees and less than two million Euros annual turnover.

Communities
Funding supported schemes to broaden community involvement within the natural and cultural heritage and tourism sectors,

The Lindsey Action Zone geographic area covered the Lincolnshire Wolds, the market towns of Louth, Caistor, Market Rasen, Horncastle, Spilsby as well as Woodhall Spa and Coningsby and Tattershall and their rural hinterlands during the last programme.

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