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About Stamford

The Georgian town of Stamford was described by Sir Walter Scott as 'the finest scene between London and Edinburgh'. The town has over 600 listed buildings and is edged by the impressive estate of the Elizabethan mansion, Burghley House.
The ancient almshouses on Broad Street, now Brownes Hospital museum, were founded in 1842. Gallows still stretch across the High Street St. Martins as a more sinister reminder of the town's past. The imposing 13th century Church of Al Saints is one of five historic churches within the town centre. Peaceful parkland beside the River Welland contrasts with busy street markets on Friday and Saturday in the town centre, fortnightly Farmers Markets, as well as quality shops, antique centres, inns and restaurants. Stamford Arts Centre, built in 1766 and one of the oldest provincial theatres in England, is now a thriving focal point for arts events and also houses a cinema and the Tourist Information Centre.

Stamford Gallery

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Stamford Train Station Bridge
Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge
mford All Saints Church