Photograph of all saints church, moulton

The Moultons Parish Council represents the villages of Moulton, Moulton Chapel, Moulton Eaugate, Moulton Seas End, Moulton Marsh and part of Whaplode Drove. All the villages are surrounded by rural landscapes, agriculture being a huge influence in the area providing many with employment.
The nearest town is Spalding just 7 miles to the west which has a rail link to London via Peterborough. The Parish is situated in the south of Lincolnshire and borders closely with Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. It sits in the mouth of the Wash, an area of the North Sea which is an SSSI and is home to thousands of migrating birds and used by wild flowers.

Moulton comprises approximately 2000 residents and has all the trappings of a quintessential English village with the properties in the centre of the village set around the village green with a backdrop of the beautiful All Saints Church and Moulton Mill which is the tallest working mill in Great Britain. Our MP and current Minister of State (Minister for Security), The Rt Hon John Hayes has chosen to live in the village bordering the green. The village boasts a medical centre & pharmacy, the Swan public house, post office & village shop, butcher, fish & chip shop & hairdressers. In addition to these, there is a school, community centre, village hall & Moulton Harrox Sports Club which can all be found in the heart of the village.

Moulton Chapel comprises approximately 950 residents and boasts a church, chapel, youth & community centre, butcher, village store & post office, school, hairdresser and two public houses, The Wheatsheaf  & The Jolly Farmer. The defibrillator can be found on the outside wall of  the Jolly Farmer.                                                  

Moulton Seas End comprises approximately 850 residents and has a village hall, playing field, a public house and a play area which was updated in July 2014 with new play equipment thanks to a grant from WREN and many local businesses. The defibrillator can be found on the outside wall of the village hall.