Anderby is both a village and a parish on the shore of the North Sea, about 5 miles due east of Alford, 14 miles Northeast of Spilsby and just south of Huttoft parish. The A52 trunk road skirts the west edge of the parish. Anderby Creek is the name of a hamlet and a creek, which runs through the parish and empties into the North Sea. The parish encompasses approx. 1,362 acres.
Anderby village is a long, narrow affair. The quiet hamlet of Anderby Creek lies on the seashore, where folks can stop for lunch at the Beach Cafe. If you are planning a visit:
- Anderby is just off the A52 to the east.
- For folks on holiday, there are unspoilt seaside beaches and canoeing on the creek. Caravan and camping facilities can be found in the parish and in nearby Huttoft.
- The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has a preserve at Wolla Bank Reedbed.
- Also, take in the Anderby Drainage Museum (open afternoons), Old Pumping Station, Anderby Creek, Lincolnshire, PE24 5PP, Tel: 01754 872599.
- Visit our touring page for more sources.
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administrative areas in which Anderby has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
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You can see maps centred on OS grid reference TF530756 (Lat/Lon: 53.255352, 0.292026), Anderby which are provided by: