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Stamford Meadows (Stamford)

Stamford Meadows are an outstanding feature of the historic old stone town of Stamford in Lincolnshire.

Sometimes known as the Town Meadows, they are water meadows beside the River Welland and the parallel millstream.

A footpath leads across the meadows, using two footbridges, from near Stamford Station into the town centre.

From the meadows there are beautiful views of the town, including All Saints Church, St. John's Church, St. Marys Church and St. Martins Church.

Close to the earlier river crossing, where the Roman Ermine Street negotiated the Welland, is a monument to Boudicca, whose furious rebellion led to the destruction of Colchester, London and St. Albans.

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