Grantham located in Lincolnshire has a total population of about 34,592. There are about 18,000 households in the place. Popular as the birthplace of Margaret Thatcher the former Prime Minister the place is well known. The place is well connected to the other parts of England by road, railways as well as waterways.
Besides primary and secondary schools the place also has different colleges for higher education such as the Central Technology & Sports College. The major attractions of the place include: the Grantham House The Angel & Royal Hotel, The Blue Pig, the water tower on Gorse Lane, 17th-century Belton House, the early 19th-century Harlaxton Manor, Stoke Rochford Hall, the 11th-century Belvoir Castle.
The place has historical significance as the George Hotel is mentioned in Charles Dickens's novel Nicholas Nickleby.
The major source of revenue comes from the food-processing industry besides tourism. So if you are planning to spend a few days in an area which is steeped in historical and literary significance then visit this place in order to soak in the warmth and the old world charm. As the place is well connected you will not face much difficulty in travelling to and fro.