Stamford in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... fashion to food. High street stores include New Look, dorothy perkins, marks and spencer, burton and QS. food places include : McDonald's, sub way, costa, beans and frothy's. They have five supermarkets in this town : Tesco, morrisons, Aldi, marks and spencer and waitrose. The entertaiment is good in the area as the hold regular events such as live musical - the most popular entertaiment is the riverside festival which is held the first weekend in July. they also have live music events in pubs. Stamford is very good for pubs such as the pear tree, torridors, periwig, the green man, northfields, the golden fleece and cromwells (however this ... more
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by - written on 10/07/10 (Very useful, 672 readings)
I've visited Stamford for as long as I can remember I love it so much that I've even lived here! It is located in south Lincolnshire, which boarders Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Hutingdonshire, Northamptonshire, and Lesceistershire. It is only less than 100 miles of North London (about 88 miles) It is only forty five minutes away from Nottingham, two hours away from Sheffield and an hour and fifteen minutes away from Cambridge. So you can almost travel any where in the UK and wouldn't be as far to go whether you travel by car, train or bus! It is a very old fashioned town and one of the oldest towns in Lincolnshire. Burley house is the most common attraction ... Read the complete review
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