Callconnect Area Guide


Holbeach Callconnect operates six-days-a-week: 7am-7pm, Monday-Friday, and 8am-6pm on Saturdays. The service is fully accessible and a tail lift is available to accommodate mobility aids.

Locations Served

Cackle Hill
Clark’s Hill
Fleet Hargate
Gedney Broadgte
Gedney Drove End
Gedney Dyke
Holbeach Bank
Holbeach Clough
Holbeach Hospital
Holbeach Hurn
Holbeach St. Johns
Holbeach St. Marks
Holbeach St. Matthew
Moulton Chapel
Moulton Halesgate
Moulton Loosegate
Moulton Seas End
Penny Hill
Saracen’s Head
Sutton St. James
Whaplode St. Catherine

Additional Info

Holbeach is a fenland town in the south of Lincolnshire. It is located off the A17 and is within close proximity of Long Sutton and Spalding. The town is served by the InterConnect 505 bus route for journeys to King’s Lynn and Spalding.

The parish of Holbeach stretches 20 miles, making it is one of the largest in the UK, and the Prime Meridian of the world passes through Holbeach and is marked with a millstone at Wignals Gate. Along with the town of Holbeach, the name is found in a number of villages in the Fens: Holbeach Bank, Holbeach Clough, Holbeach Drove, Holbeach Fen, Holbeach Hurn, Holbeach St Johns, Holbeach St Marks and Holbeach St Matthew. The flat and still landscape make it ideal for the main industries of food processing and bulb growing. The UK’s largest supplier of tulip and daffodil bulbs is situated to the north of the town and flour milling continues at Barrington Mill. Holbeach, like much of Lincolnshire, has strong bonds with aviation and the Royal Air Force maintains a bombing range, known officially as RAF Holbeach, on salt marshland at the coast. The RAF station is only 11 miles north-west of the town centre.

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