This is one of Fulletby’s two traditional Lindsey County Council guideposts.
The upright is cast reinforced concrete and is pyramidal topped, chamfered and mortised for the wooden arms just as the original timber ones were.
After a campaign lasting many years the regional designs of those which remain in Lindsey, Holland and Kesteven have been respected by the county highways authority and the signs are being considered for local listing.
This guidepost stands at the junction of High Street with the Belchford to Greetham road at a high point overlooking Tetford and Salmonby to the east.
The near horizon behind the sign is Hoe Hill, often mistaken for a long barrow, but really a stratum of roachstone that has resisted erosion.
Jean Howard, 12 January 2022