Langton by Wragby is both a village and a parish in the Wolds, one mile southeast of Wragby. Hatton parish lies to the east and Apley parish to the southwest. The parish covers about 2,550 acres and includes the hamlets of Low Langton, Langton Hill and Strubby.
Langton village lies astride the old Horncastle Road (now the A158 trunk road). If you are planning a visit:
- Visit the Lincolnshire Trust George Leachman Memorial Reserve at grid co-ordinates TF 1475. The reserve is situated on the north side of the minor road known as Hoop Lane, which joins the B1202 Wragby to Bardney road with the A158 Lincoln to Skegness road. Access is across a grass field on the west side of Hoop Lane Farm.
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