This village and parish lie 6 miles south of Lincoln and just south of Waddington. Auborn parish is to the west across the River Witham and Coleby parish to the south. The parish covers about 2,570 acres.
The village is described in Scanlon and Warner's "The Kings England: Lincolnshire," publ. 1949, as:
"Serene among innumerable trees on its high place on the Cliff, it looks far over the valley where the Brant falls into the Witham and the Roman Foss Was is nearing Lincoln. On the eastern side of the village is Ermine Street."
- Take the A15 trunk road, south out of Lincoln and turn off at the southbound A607 trunk road. Follow that south and pass through Waddington village. One mile further south, just to the right, is Harmston village.
- Railway service to village ceased in 1962.
- Visit the Thorold Arms Pub near the village church.
- See our touring page for more sources.
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