Ulceby, North Lincolnshire

Ulceby, North Lincolnshire

Ulceby is a village, civil parish and Post town of North Lincolnshire in England

Ulceby (Lat: 53:37N, Lon:0:19W) is situated on the eastern side of North Lincolnshire roughly equidistant to Grimsby and Scunthorpe. Ulceby is a rural village surrounded by fields, forests, farms and nearby villages such as Kirmington, Wootton and Keelby. A 2001 census determined that the village had a population of 1,500 in 628 households, but since the village has grown in 2008, the population is thought to be around 2,900.


The village is home to many facilities which benefit its villagers …

* Village [Co-operative] shop, totally refurbished in 2008
* Post Office
* Village hall/Community centre
* Playing field
* Play area
* Three pubs: The Fox Inn, The Brocklesby Ox and The Yarborough Arms (located 1 mile from the centre of the village)
* Veterinary centre
* Hairdressers
* A Bed & Breakfast establishment (Gillingham Rest)
* 'Ulceby Chippy' and Chinese food take-away outlet
* Ulceby railway station (located 1 mile from the centre of the village at Ulceby Skitter)
* Ulceby Truck Stop is an HGV park with driver cafe and diesel (located 2 miles, from the centre of village, 1 mile from Railway Station)
* Village Pre-School and Primary School

* Anglican church of St Nicholas
* Ulceby Methodist Chapel
* Ulceby Seventh-day Adventist Chapel
* A War Memorial

Notable people

*Vivian Hollowday, awarded the George Cross for the "amazing courage and initiative"

External links

* [http://www.ulceby.net/index.htm Ulceby.Net web site] Maintained by Ulceby Parish Council
* [http://www.ulcebywarmemorial.co.uk/ Ulceby War Memorial web site]


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