Wragby is both a village and a parish in the Wolds, 142 miles north of London, 9 miles WNW of Horncastle and ten miles ENE of Lincoln. Panton parish lies to the east and West Torrington parish to the north. The parish covers 1,580 acres.
Wragby village was for centuries a small market town. It lies astride the old Horncastle Road (now the A158 trunk road) where it is crossed by the Louth Road (now the A157). If you are planning a visit:
By automobile you will find Wragby at the junction of several main roads. You may take the A167 arterial road west out of Louth or the A158 trunk road north out of Horncastle. Alternatively, you may take the A158 east out of Lincoln.
A Free Grammar School was established here in 1632 by Wm. HANSARD. It was later merged with the National School. The school was rebuilt in 1775 and a new building erected in 1839. The school was enlarged in 1893 to hold up to 130 children.
The existing Wragby Primary School is on Silver Street, Lincolnshire, LN8 5PJ. Tele: 01673 858477.