War Memorial – Parnell Street
Situated in a recently renovated garden pocket adjacent to the Gainsborough Old Hall, the War Memorial is where Remembrance Sunday services are held.
Civil War Memorial – Foxby Hill
The Battle of Gainsborough was a battle in the First English Civil War, fought on 28 July 1643. An attempt to capture Gainsborough by Charles Cavendish and the Royalists was foiled in a battle in which Colonel Oliver Cromwell distinguished himself.
Installed in 1999 by the bus station and unveiled by the Prince of Wales.
Gainsborough Town Council maintain some benches around the town. If you find a damaged bench please let us know and we can advise if it is one we are responsible for.
Gainsborough Town Council maintains some bus shelters around the town. If you find a damaged shelter please let us know and we can advise if it is one we are responsible for.
A Grade II listed building hosting the Lincolnshire Registry Office in Gainsborough and the Town Council Offices.