Bourne is a bustling market town in the county of Lincolnshire. The town is located on an old Roman and was built around some natural springs. The name Bourne is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word "burne" meaning "water" or "stream".
Bourne is an attractive town surrounded by agricultural land and the ancient Bourne Woods. Bourne Abbey Church is situated on the fringes of the town centre and dates back to 1138 when it was founded as a Canonry. In 1536 the abbey was dissolved and became the parish church of Bourne.