In 1888, several thousand fruit trees were planted in the parish.
In 1906, an Isolation Hospital was built. Although it could only hold six patients, increasing to 12 by 1922, it was operated in conjunction with the Lindsey and Holland Counties Asylum (later called St. John's Hospital at Bracebridge). The Isolation Hospital closed in 1923. Although some patient records are available at the Lincolnshire Archives under St. John's Hospital (References: HOSP/ST JOHN'S/), most will be protected under the 100-year closure rule for privacy reasons. No specific registers for the Isolation Hospital survive.