Cumberworth (alternately "Cumberwerth") is both a village and a parish which lie about five miles south-east of Alford and about ten miles north-north-west of Skegness. It is only about 1,274 acres, with Farlesthorpe and Mumby parishes to the north, Willoughby parish to the south and west and Hogsthorpe parish to the east.
If you plan to visit Cumberworth village:
Take the A52 north out of Skegness and turn left at Mumby.
The name Cumberworth derives from Old English Cumbre+worth, or "enclosure of a man called Cumbra, or of the Britons". It appeared in the 1086 Domesday Book as Cumbreuorde. [A. D. MILLS, "A Dictionary of English Place-Names," Oxford University Press, 1991]