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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can I contact a Lincolnshire Tourist Information Centre
    See our Contact Us page for information.

  2. Where are the Fens?
    See our Where are the Fens? pages to find out.

  3. What is a Fen?
    A Fen is a low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water; "thousands of acres of marshland"; "the Fens of Eastern England".

  4. When is the Spalding Flower Parade on?
    The parade is normally held on the 1st Bank Holiday Weekend in May.

  5. What events are on when I want to be in the Fens?
    The Events Diary provides an up to date list of all events in the Fens area

  6. Are the Fens flat and boring?
    Yes the Fens are flat but certainly not boring. The huge horizons and sweeping vistas that stretch for miles are what makes this area so special. It gives you space to unwind and perhaps visit places and activities you would not normally be attracted to.