You may be moving to Bourne because of a job opportunity, or maybe just a change of scenery. Whatever your reason may be, moving to a new town brings out both excitement and fear. WhatManandVan prepared some information about Bourne, so the town wouldn’t feel so unfamiliar.
Bourne is a market town and in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, with a population of 16,470. Bourne has great open spaces, parks, and woodlands. There’s also a variety of restaurants around town, with different cuisines Chinese, Thai, Indian, Italian and Tapas and great pubs. Pubs to check are The Nags Head, Smiths of Bourne, The Jubilee Garage and much more! There’s also a leisure centre offering a heated indoor swimming pool, outdoor pool, sports hall and fully equipped gym. And for more activities, Bourne has an arts & entertainment centre, sports bar, snooker club, indoor golf centre, and a large golf course.
For getting around and out of Bourne, there’s a local bus service to Spalding, Stamford and Market Deeping, and villages on route. And there’s also a regular service to the city of Peterborough. For properties in Bourne, the average property cost is £225,082. With detached properties at an average of £287,136, semi-detached properties at an average of £210,426, and terraced properties at an average of £174,738.
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