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More details - Boston Psychic Switch
Experience 4 different Psychics, Mediums in 1 amazing psychic night. Book a ticket for yourself or come with friends, family etc for a great social psychic evening. Everyone is guaranteed a message. Bar open, over 18’s only.
Boston West Hotel & Golf, Hubbert’s Bridge
Tue 1 Oct 19

More details - Harvest Time
Heritage Open Day: Come and see the church decorated for harvest time. We have a beautiful modern stained glass window in memory of a local farmer. The church was built in 1863 to a design by the architect James Fowler of Louth.
St Michael & All Angels’ Church, Ralphs Lane, Frampton West
Today

More details - St Mary's Church Frampton
Heritage Open Day: The ’Scrubbing’ of the Victorian restorers. The ’Scrubbing’ of the Victorian restorers allows us to understand some of the changes made to St. Mary’s in the past. The exhibition includes Frampton Hall, Frampton House and their occupants 1725-1960
St Mary’s Church, Church End, Frampton
Today

More details - Hidden Boston – The Mini Power Tours!
Heritage Open Day: Not got time for a large tour or event? Join Heritage Lincolnshire’s Matt Bentley for a series of 10 minutes mini-tours Not got time for a large tour or event?
Meet at Herbert Ingram Memorial statue, Market Place, Boston
Fri 20 Sep

More details - Reveal the History of Fydell House: Wine, Bombs, Education and a Kennedy
Heritage Open Day: Explore our beautiful Georgian townhouse and formal garden Explore our beautiful Georgian townhouse and formal garden, following its path through time.
Fydell House, South Street, Boston
Sat 21 Sep 19 and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Monks and Merchants – Explore Medieval Boston
Heritage Open Day: Discover the importance of Boston in Medieval Times. Exploring the town’s historic centre with Boston History Tours.
Nationwide Bldg Soc, 15 Market Place, Boston
Today, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Hidden Boston - The Medieval Lanes
Heritage Open Day: Discover hidden Boston with local historian and expert Neil Wright Discover hidden Boston with local historian and expert Neil Wright and the Boston Townscape Heritage Initiative.
Meet at Herbert Ingram Memorial statue, Market Place, Boston
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Craft and Gift Markets
Boston’s Craft and Gift Markets offers a selection of bespoke, unique items, perfect for gifts or beautiful additions to your home. The Craft and Gift Markets run every Thursday in the Market Place, Boston. Thursday 30th May will feature a Dementia Awareness day with free activities and information.
Boston Market Place
Thu 19 Sep, Thu 26 Sep, Thu 3 Oct, Thu 10 Oct, Thu 17 Oct, Thu 24 Oct, Thu 31 Oct, Thu 7 Nov, Thu 14 Nov

More details - Unitarian Meeting House
Heritage Open Day: Open Day on Saturday 14th September 1.00pm-4.30pm. Visitors welcome to see the 200-year old meeting house and burial ground. Introductory talk at 2.30pm. The Meeting House was erected in 1819 for a Universalist congregation founded 17 years earlier, and it officially opened in 1820.
22 Spayne Road, Boston
Today

More details - Outdoor Cinema
Boston’s Outdoor Cinema returns! On Friday 20th September, we will be showing Mary Poppins Returns and on Saturday 21st September we will be showing Moana.
Central Park
Fri 20 Sep 19 and Sat 21 Sep

More details - Gary Barlow Tribute
Charity Night in aid of Butterfly Hospice Tony Kay Gary Barlow Tribute Table Buffet and Disco Included £15.00 Saturday 28th September 2019 Doors open 7.30 Tickets available from Butterfly Hospice Charity Shop and Carity Offices, Boston 01205 311222 All proceeds to the Butterfly Hospice
Boston United’s Pilgrim Lounge, York Street, Boston
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Big Bike Ride
Join in the Big Bike Ride Using the Boston to Lincoln Water Railway Route Raising funds for the Butterfly Hospice 9 miles for novice cyclists and families 33 miles intermediate cyclists 66 miles experienced cyclists Sunday 22 September 2019 Registration now
Start from Boston FC, Tattershall Road, Boston
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Heckington Windmill Trust
Heritage Open Day: Visit the only working 8 sailed windmill in the world! Visit the only working 8 sailed windmill in the world! Climb the tower, visit the shop, Tea Room, and Brewery. Guided tours of the windmill, and the chance to see the history of the windmill in the Granary.
Heckington Windmill, The Mill, 6 Hale Road, Heckington
Fri 20 Sep 19 and Sat 21 Sep

More details - Heckington Players ADS Present: Frankenstein by Tim Kelly
Heckington Players 2019 September show will be Frankenstein by Tim Kelly Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant young scientist, returns to his Swiss chateau to escape a terrible pursuer. No one can shake free the dark secret that terrifies him: not his mother, not his fiancee, nor his best friend.
Heckington Village Hall 11 High Street Heckington
Thu 26 Sep 19 to Sat 28 Sep

More details - Lincolnshire Learning, Wisdom and Folklore
Heritage Open Day: Discover Lincolnshire folklore and agricultural traditions. Discover traditional skills and artefacts, history displays, craft displays, Lincolnshire folklore and agricultural traditions.
St Margaret’s Church, Old Main Road, Sibsey
Today

More details - Sibsey Lancaster Memorial Service in the field
Commemorating the Crew of Lancaster ED 503 No. 9 Squadron In 1943 a Lancaster aircraft crashed in a field at Sibsey Northland killing all members of the crew. 1 crew member was recovered and he is buried in Scotland.
Sibsey Northlands Field (Follow the signs)
Sun 29 Sep 19

More details - Discover the Anglo Saxons at The Beonna
Heritage Open Day: Discover how the Anglo Saxon King Beonna and his people might have lived in the ’Farmstead (ton) of the people (ing) of Beonna’ - now known as Benington.
The Beonna at All Saints, Main Road (A52), Benington, Boston
Today

More details - Discover the Anglo Saxons at The Beonna
Discover the Anglo Saxon followers of King Beonna – the long-ago king of East Anglia who gave his name to our village.
The Beonna at All Saints, Main Road (A52), Benington, Boston
Today

More details - Holland Places of Worship Festival 2019
Church and vaults open Saturday 9.30 to 1.00pm Sunday 12.00 to 3.00pm. Lunches (pre-booked only) served Saturday 12.00 -1.00 and Sunday 12.00-2.00. Contact Mrs M Robinson 01775 766403 to book. Light refreshments served throughout. www.spalding-URC.wixsite.com/surc
Spalding United Reformed Church Pinchbeck Road Spalding
Today

More details - Woolly Tales
Heritage Open Day: Have a go at the ancient craft of felting. Enjoy this opportunity to see the different ways wool can be used, and have a go at the ancient craft of felting.
Unique Cottage Studios, Fulney Lane South, Spalding
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - Stained Glass - A Heritage Craft
Heritage Open Day: Learn about the skills and techniques involved in this heritage craft. Visit the Strawberry Glass stained glass studio and learn about the skills and techniques involved in this heritage craft.
Strawberry Glass, Unique Cottage Studios,, Fulney Lane South, Spalding
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - Enlightenment and Beyond
Heritage Open Day: Come and view rarely seen books from the library and items from the archive. Enlightenment through education and research remains central to our aspirations. Come and view rarely seen books from the library and items from the archive that reflect our continuing work with researchers and students.
Spalding Gentlemen’s Society, Broad Street, Spalding
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Lade Bank Pumping Station Open Day
Heritage Open Day: Explore our site, built in the 1800’s. Explore our site, built in the 1800’s and powered by steam until 1937 when it was improved with Rushden and Hornsby diesel engines, followed by electric pumps in the 1980’s.
Lade Bank Pumping Station,, Hobhole Bank, New Leake
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Stickney History Exhibition
Heritage Open Day: Baptism, Marriage and Burial records from 1700 Censuses also from 1841-1911. Come and take a look at the Baptism, Marriage and Burial records from 1700 Censuses also from 1841-1911. On display there will be a selection of old maps, newspaper cuttings and over 800 photos of Stickney.
Stickney Village Hall, Hall Lane, Stickney
Today

More details - Tattershall Castle
Heritage Open Day: This year we’re delving into the wider castle complex, discover how Tattershall influenced other major castles. Wander through vast echoing chambers in one of the first and finest medieval brick castles in England.
Tattershall Castle (National Trust), Sleaford Road, Tattershall
Today

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