What to Do

The Beach

The beach is the highlight of Anderby Creek and is what thousands of holiday makers and day trippers come for each year.  

The beach is open all year around.  Dogs are welcome on the north side of the beach.  Please see the noticeboard regarding access and good visitor guide by the main entrance to beach (slipway).

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Anderby Marsh

Anderby Marsh is a nature reserve run by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.  Their aim is to transform it into a wildlife haven of traditional coastal grazing marsh and reedbed.

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Round & Round House

The Bird Hide (Round and Round House) overlooks the Marsh and can be accessed from the beach and the footpath from the east.

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Drainage Museum

The Museum (situated at the entrance to Anderby Creek) is the site of the old diesel pumping station.  The Museum (which opens occasionally throughout the year – see the website for details), holds the old diesel pumps plus other drainage equipment and bygones.

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Cloud Bar

The world’s first Cloud Bar!  Built in 2009 this cloudspotting area is sited on top of the shelter at the entrance to Anderby Creek beach.

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Village Hall

The Village Hall in Anderby holds regular and special events throughout the year.  There is a small car park outside and the Hall has full facilities inside including a kitchen and toilets.

Aside from local events, the Village Hall is also used for local and national voting and holds the regular Parish Council meetings.

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Coastal Country Park

Anderby Village and Anderby Creek are part of the recently formed Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park. The park contains beaches, nature reserves, walks and much more. It offers high-quality facilities for locals and visitors as well as providing improvements for wildlife and contributes to the local economy.
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Anderby Church & Graveyard

Anderby’s Church is Church of England and is dedicated to St Andrew. It usually has a service every Sunday at 9.15am.
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WW2 Pill Box

On the path towards Moggs Eye, just before the wood is a WWII Pill Box.