Funded by Sport England and work with a variety of partners including National Governing Bodies of Sport, local authorities, schools, Lincolnshire County Council, sports clubs and participants to manage and coordinate programmes and events which encourage people to keep active.
Primarily run by unpaid volunteers for the benefit of the children primarily of RAF Cranwell.
Fenland Aero Club
Has a runway map, membership fees, clubhouse, photographs, fuel dispensing and weather reports. Based Holbeach St Johns.
Finningley Amateur Radio Society
North Lincolnshire club providing details of their meetings, club equipment and how to join along with online articles and links of interest.
Leadenham Polo Club
Provides quality facilities and excellent ponies to both beginners and experienced players alike.
Offering information on archery clubs, events and results in Lincolnshire.
Lincs Inspire Limited
A registered charity committed to inspiring people in and around North East Lincolnshire to lead more active and healthy lives through a wide range of sporting, leisure, cultural and learning services.
Lincolnshire Quadrathlon Club; contains a forum, gallery and information on upcoming events and races.
Middle Rasen Duck Race
Information on the duck race held bi-annually by the Middle Rasen Cricket and Association Football Club.
Morton Cricket Club
A small but competitive village cricket club that welcomes players of all age and ability.
North Lincolnshire Tour of Britain
Contains the timetable for this cycle race, a stage of which passes across North Lincs. Includes information for spectators and volunteers.
RAF Wickenby Memorial Collection
Official website of the RAF Wickenby Memorial Collection which includes the Wickenby Museum and the Wickenby Archive, based in the old Watch Office at Wickenby Aerodrome.
Airfield lying some eight miles south-east of Louth directly south of the village of Strubby.
Wayfarers' Walking Club
Group of walkers, open to all, based in the Barton-on-Humber area; detils next walk with pictures and video.
White Lodge Shooting School
The facilities include a selection of strategically placed shooting areas in woodlands and lakes, an undercover shooting area for wet and windy days and a lakeside lodge to seat up to 30 people.
An active airfield since the 1960s, and was used as a satellite station for operations by Lancaster Squadrons 12 and 626 during World War Two. Includes a museum and cafe.