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Stamford, with its splendid Georgian architecture, was relatively undiscovered until it became famous as the location for the BBC’s period drama ‘Middlemarch’. It is best explored on foot and it is fascinating to visit the 16th and 17th century coaching inns and medieval churches. There are a number of fine antique shops in the town including silver and furniture specialists. A street market is held on Fridays and it is well worth trying some local gastronomic delights such as haslet – a delicious cold meat made of pork, rusk, sage and pepper – and Lincolnshire plum loaf.

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