Maintained by the F.R.E.G.
St John Ambulance Water Wing exists to provide free of charge riverboat trips for local groups of elderly, disabled and disadvantaged people including wheelchair users, ensuring that everyone, regardless of disability, can experience the pleasure of cruising on the river.
The Newark Crusader was the first Water Wing boat and was originally based in Nottingham before being transferred to Newark in 1999.
The 60ft vessel accommodates up to 12 passengers, plus crew, and features:
•a heated cabin
•large open foredeck for fine weather cruising.
Based at Farndon, it is ideal for groups from the North and East of the county.
Trips run from Monday to Friday, May to September on a daily basis.
Farndon Windmill GV II Windmill, now disused. Dated 1823 on datestone over the west door.
It was a post mill with a timber superstructure and last worked around 1918. The superstructure inevitably became progressively derelict and was demolished in 1950 or 1951.
Betancuria sits in a valley at the end of a spectacular mountain road which offers unforgettable views over the island.
This ancient town was the island’s first capital. Steeped in history, its quant old buildings now home shops, restaurants, a museum and some of the oldest houses on the island
Current Location: East Lindsey | Wragby Mill
Wragby Mill - 25 may 1997
Grid Reference TF131778
This tall tower mill was built in 1831 by the millwright Inglede. It worked by wind until 1903 when an oil engine took over. It was modernised subsequently, with the old gearing rempved. It remains in the corn trade although the tower is only used as a store now.
While you are there, next door is also worth a visit, Castle Air Charters (Some nice Helicopters)
Such a shame when a base is allowed to deteriorate like this.