Anwick is a small village with a population of roughly 300 approximately five miles east of Sleaford.

St. Edith’s is a lovely parish church which dates back to the 11th Century, however, with current COVID restrictions has been closed since the end of February 2020.

The village is fortunate to have a well run Community Centre, but just the same as the church it is closed, plus a play park and playing field.

Within the village we have a large factory Moy Park – formerly Padley’s which brings a high proportion of employment to the area. Plus it has a shop open to the public for bargains to be had in the chicken range.

Under normal circumstances the Parish Council meets every other month in the Community Centre and members of the village also attend.

For more information, see Wikipedia.