Mount Pleasant Mill
Kirton-in-Lindsey, also abbreviated to Kirton Lindsey, is a small town in Lincolnshire, in the West Riding of Lindsey. It is a mile and a half west of the A15 road, and approximately seven miles south-east of Scunthorpe. The town was the home of Catherine Parr, the sixth and last wife of King Henry VIII.
Catherine Parr, the sixth wife of Henry VIII lived at Kirton-in-Lindsey after she married her first husband, Sir Edward Burgh. Edward's father, Sir Thomas Burgh, 1st Baron Burgh was a steward to the manor of the soke of Kirton-in-Lindsey. In October 1530, Sir Thomas secured a joint patent in survivorship with his son, Sir Edward Burgh, granting them a modest manor.
The town is situated half on top, and half on the side of a ridge, part of the Lincoln Cliff. It is six miles south from the M180 motorway and eight miles south of the centre of Scunthorpe. The B1398 Lincoln to Scunthorpe road passes through the town, as does the B1400 which runs down the north side of the ridge to Messingham as the Cleatham Road.
The town is served by Kirton Lindsey railway station, on the B1400, and is the site of RAF Kirton in Lindsey. North of the town, on the ridge next to the B1398, is Mount Pleasant Mill; from here is a view over the Trent Valley.
The United Mission Church of St Andrew is on St Andrews Street and includes Anglican, Methodist and Baptist congregations.
There was a Salvation Army Hall, formerly a Primitive Methodist church; the building is no longer standing.
There are independent shops on High Street and in the market place, including a greengrocer, butcher, bakery, sandwich shop, sweet shop and hair and beauty salons. A physiotherapy clinic is located in the Town Hall.
RAF Kirton in Lindsey, situated between the B1400 and B1398 on top of the ridge to the south-east of the town, closed at the end of March 2012.  It was called the Rapier Barracks  until 2004 when it returned to the RAF, and has a golf course and a Gliding Club.
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