Lincolnshire is a beautiful quiet county situated in the East Midlands, just above Norfolk and just below Northumberland. Voted the food capital of England (just pipping Cornwall to top spot), this is often due to the fertile land of the Fens, which stretch to Cambridgeshire and are full of marshy land that is home to a lot of the food found in veg box schemes.
Norfolk is also one of the main places to spot seals, who love to swim up to gentle sandy beaches to give birth at certain times of the year (they are mammals, but spend most time at sea). Rescue groups have issues with issues with irresponsible parents letting children get too close (some seals have almost been decapitated from people playing frisbee on the beach).
Leave seals well alone. Keep dogs away in season (including sand dunes where pups are often hidden). Seals give vicious bites that can hurt for a year. Disturbing seals could also cause them to spook, and abandon their pups. If you find an injured seal pup, never put it back in the sea (it could drown or freeze), as blubber is not thick enough. Call British Divers Marine Life Rescue for advice and experts who can help.
There are a few seaside resorts, the main one being Skegness, a lovely natural coast but a bit run-down these days. With a makeover to protect the natural area (rather than focusing on theme parks and Butlins), it could be lovely.