Crowland is a small town in the district of South Holland. It is around 130 kilometers south of London and is nestled between Peterborough and Spalding. However, it is much closer to Peterborough.
The name Crowland is a modern variation of the town’s medieval name Croyland. The town has existed since medieval times and still showcases its ruined medieval Croyland Abbey. In the 14th century, Trinity Bridge was established. However, in the English Civil War around the year 1643, the Parliamentary forces captured the town.
Currently, the town has improved but it still kept and preserved its natural and historical heritage sites for both the past and the present generations. It has a nature reserve named Croyland Ponds Nature Reserve.
For education, the town is not lacking since it has the South View Primary School and the St. Guthlac School.