North of Wainfleet, on the Skegness to Lincoln road, Burgh le Marsh is a market town whose charter was granted in 1401. At its east end is another of Lincolnshire's preserved windmills. Built in 1813 by Oxley of Alford, it is a five-sailer owned by the County Council and often open to the public. The main road lies beyond the mill and the meadow remains unbuilt on, while the mill buildings also survive.
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