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Employment and education

Gainsborough's economy has benefitted from a much improved retail offer with the Marshall's Yard development and has the advantage of being the 'capital' of West Lindsey District, and centre of administration.

The town has maintained a relatively flourishing manufacturing sector and Gainsborough is home to a number of high profile international companies such as Ping (European HQ), Eminox and Regal Beloit. The area also has high ranking secondary schools (top 100 in the country), and benefits from the location of Lincoln University on the doorstep.

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Ping Europe Ltd

Leading manufacturer of golf clubs and apparel.

Employees: 230

Noble Foods

Leading supplier of fresh eggs and producer of egg products and desserts, including Didier Patisserie and Gü Puds.

Employees: 150

Eminox Ltd

Design and manufacture of bespoke exhaust and emission control systems for heavy duty diesel vehicles and equipment.

Employees: 200

AMP Rose

One of the world’s leading suppliers of processing and packaging machines for the chocolate and confectionary industry.

Employees: 111

Regal Manufacturing Ltd

Design and manufacturing of induction motors.

Employees: 120

Smiffy’s

Head office of leading fancy dress manufacturing company.

Employees: 275

Kerry Ingredients

Food manufacturers.

Employees: 180

Queen Elizabeth’s High School

Grammar School ‚Äč(11-18 year old), rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted

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Gainsborough Academy

Newly formed Academy (11-16 year old) with specialist subjects in technology and the performing arts.

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