North Kyme is a small fenland village that lies seven miles north of Sleaford on the A153.

Located just at the edge of the fertile Lincolnshire fens it has a population 458 which includes the out-lying farms and houses within the parish boundry.


Our village boasts one of the most active village halls in the county.  The hall along with the Plough Inn pub and ST Lukes church form the hub of our community.

Suffering along with many other villages of our size, we have over the last twenty five years have said good bye to our post office and school, however the village has successfully strived to keep the sense of community, with more young children now living in the village than when the school was open.  New businesses have also started to move into the village in recent year helping North Kyme to thrive.

Events are are always plentiful in the village, driven by an excellent village hall committee and a forward thinking parish council.

Being close to Woodhall Spa and South Kyme golf clubs as well as being in easy reach of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Conningsby,  The ATZ&H Motel always offers a warm welcome for those who wish to visit the area.