Welcome to Lincolnshire:

A great place to live, train and work


With its expansive skies and idyllic countryside landscapes, Lincolnshire has it all.

A vibrant flagship city, picturesque market towns and mind-blowingly blustery beaches – there’s perhaps no better place to find a work/life balance in the UK.

Every year, thousands of people choose to come and live and work in our beautiful county.

With clean air, plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities and excellent schools, colleges and universities it is also the ideal place to bring up a family and develop your own educational and development interests.

Steep Hill, Lincoln. Photo courtesy of Lincs General Practice Training



There is a real mix of thriving urban city, bustling historic market towns, idyllic villages, miles of unspoilt coastline and areas of natural beauty. Wherever you decide to base yourself, the sights and sounds of a city is never more than an hour away – the best of both worlds.

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens, Spalding. Photo courtesy of Lincs General Practice Training.


People move to Lincolnshire for all sorts of reasons but one of the biggest attractions is the affordability of housing. Access to good childcare and education is a crucial factor when deciding where to live and the schools in Lincolnshire are among the best in the country. It is one of the few counties in the UK to retain grammar schools and has a large number of schools with specialist status in a wide range of subject areas. Lincolnshire is centrally located, with easy access to road, rail, sea and air travel, making it an ideal base for living and working.

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