Conisholme is both a village and a parish about 4 miles inland from the North Sea and 8 miles north-west of Louth. Grainthorpe parish is to the north. The old River Lud used to flow through the parish, but its waters have been diverted into the Louth Navigation Canal. The parish covers 1,240 acres.
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