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The local area guide to living in Lincoln

Lincoln is a classic English cathedral city with an appeal that goes much deeper than its gorgeous facades. It’s a city that celebrates ideas, boasting two major universities, a philosophical club and the famous ‘Great Minds’ lecture series. Lincoln has a long and rich history, and is home to one of only four surviving copies of the Magna Carta, which can be visited in Lincoln Castle.

From the Industrial Revolution to the 20th century Lincoln thrived economically, though the post-war years saw it shrink a little, bringing it in line with much of the rest of the UK. Lincoln is now home to a growing IT sector, and supports many e-commerce companies, and, due to its impressive history, has a thriving tourist industry.

Information about the local residents

At the 2011 census, Lincoln had a population of 93,500 people. The city is a relatively young one, with the largest age group in the city being between 20 and 24, at around 11,000 people. This is a 49.3% increase of people of this age group from 2001 census levels, and this is largely due to the expansion of the University of Lincoln. Lincoln has become more diverse in recent years, with 10.57% of the 2011 population being of an ethnic minority.

Nearby schools

Lincoln has plenty of primary schools and many of them have been classed by Ofsted as ‘outstanding’, including Hackthorn Church of England Primary School and Queen’s Park School. Some primary schools are now academies, but still enjoy good reputations. Notables include the Hartsholme Academy and Ellison Boulters C of E Primary.

Queen’s Park School is a secondary as well as a primary school, and is the only one in Lincoln rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. However, there are many others that are rated as ‘good’, such as the William Farr C of E Comprehensive School, where the percentage of pupils attaining 5 GCSE’s grade A* to C is well over the national average.

In terms of further education, Lincoln is spoiled for choice. Lincoln College is the biggest educational facility in Lincolnshire and has over 13,300 students. The city also boasts two universities, the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University, which specialises in drama and the arts .

Getting around

Lincoln has good rail links to London, Sheffield, Doncaster, Peterborough, Leicester, and Nottingham. The nearest airport is Humberside Airport, which is located 30 miles away and has routes to national and European destinations.

The city has excellent road links and is located an hours drive from the M1, which provides easy access to Sheffield and Leeds in the north and Loughborough, Milton Keynes, and London to the south. The main roads in and out of Lincoln are the A46 and the A15.

Lincoln Bus Station lies in the centre of the city and has good routes around the city and further out into the county. There are also plenty of cycle routes running through the city and out towards neighbouring villages.

Local shops

The next closest large city is more than 40 miles away, making Lincoln the most popular shopping destination in the area. The main shopping centre is called the Waterside Shopping Centre and has around 25 shops -- mainly well-known brands such as The Body Shop and Topshop. There is also an impressive high street with more popular chain stores. The Lincoln Cathedral Quarter is a picturesque cobbled area that features many independent shops offering food, gifts, jewellery, clothes, antiques and more.

Lincoln is also home to a selection of markets, including a regular farmer’s market that supplies local, seasonal produce. There is also the Lincoln’s Artist’s Market that is held on the first Saturday of each month.

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