Two acres, part farmer’s field part local tip, were combined as a building plot in 1960 and have been transformed over the past 25 years into a place of of peaceful relaxation. Trees and shrubs, wildflower meadow, wildlife ponds, scrap metal sculptures and an impressive and varied collection of plants and shrubs.
A fun-filled immersive spectacular for all the family. Experience the excitement, thrills and spills of Circus Hassani live on stage while sitting in the comfort of the beautiful Art Deco style auditorium of The Broadway Theatre.
Peterborough is old. Really old. This year our glorious cathedral celebrates its 900th birthday and we’re throwing the entire city a party!
‘This Is Peterborough’ is a very special kind of garden party. Join us in the Peterborough Cathedral Precincts, bring your own picnic and prepare for a summer evening of fun!
The UK’s ‘Best Vintage Fair’ returns to Peterborough Cathedral this June!
Find unique, handpicked quality goods with stalls of vintage fashion, accessories, home, collectables and more from some of the UK’s finest vintage traders.
In May we usually feature some of the finalists from Peterborough Music Festival, and this year we’re delighted to welcome Annie Wakefield, Amelia Glendinning and Sophie Lewis to the Glasshouse. All three are outstanding singer-songwriters, and each will perform for around 20 minutes in the first hour.
Riverside Bar, Key Theatre, Embankment Road, Peterborough
Presented here is a unique opportunity to hear a comprehensive selection of chart hits America’s biggest pop band ever recorded including: God Only Knows - Good Vibrations - I Get Around - Surfin’ USA - Fun Fun Fun - California Girls - Sloop John B and many more that you will surely know and by the end of the evening
Walled Georgian cottage garden of 1 acre, opening into wild flower meadow and paddocks. Long herbaceous border, 2 ponds and unusual weeping ash tree. Terraced areas and outdoor kitchen! No hills but lovely open Fen views, bridge over wildlife dyke ( Monet!) and par3 golf hole come and have a putt!
Four interesting and contrasting gardens in the village of Ramsey Forty Foot. The Elms is a 1½-acre informal garden with ancient water-filled clay pits teeming with wildlife and backed by massive elms. Large collection of shrubs, perennials, bog and aquatic plants. Woodland and arid plantings.
On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June 2018, Stamford Race for Life will bring thousands of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
Race for Life 5k is great for all ages.
Come along to this lovely museum & see our small ponies, also the cute donkeys.
Trade stands too !
Claire Bourne LHHI will be on hand to help British Driving Society members with their carriage driving turnouts, they will drive or long rein round the cones & do Trec skills .
John Sime and Friends - An evening of acoustic roots blues music with John following his fabulous solo concert last year. Now he’s joined by three other fine musicians: Mike Permaker, Brian Ogden and Dougie Chapman.
Warmington Village Hall, Church Street, Warmington, Peterborough
An unusual town garden divided into different rooms in the oriental style with a large number of bonsai both large and small. In a different area surrounding a pond with koi carp, unusual trees , bonsai gardens and plants can be found.
TENORS Un LIMITED is proud to present their newest touring show. Throughout 2018 the guys will tour UK theatres and concert halls performing works from their previous albums and tours as well as new repertoire. This concert series combines the rich vocal harmonies for which Tenors Un Limited are known.
Four lovely rural gardens. Alderley, with professionally designed areas, interesting plants and a well-stocked kitchen garden. 1 Fields End Bungalows, a new renovation project in the hands of a landscape gardener.
A Vintage Tea Dance with duo ’Back Two’ singing live.
Take a trip down memory lane with Back Two who will be singing great songs from the golden era of dance.
Strict tempo with a bit of sequence...
March Town Hall, Skoulding Suite, March Market Place
Stay and bounce
Every Thursday at the Sunset indoor sports facility at Wisbech St. Mary.
We offer a hall full of Inflatables, soft play, ball pool ride on cars, we also have a baby area for the little ones.
The will be our 4th Food and Drink Festival in Stamford, following the success of previous years, we will returning to Stamford. The setting will once again be The Meadows, beside the River Welland, to celebrate the best of local, regional, national and international products.
Stamford flower Club invite you to enjoy talented demonstrator , Shirley Henderson, create at least 5 artistic flower arrangements on the theme ’A Night on the Town’. She will also be passing on tips and telling anecdotes. Large screen video to enhance details. All the arrangements are raffled.
Keep May Bank Holiday free for Easton on the Hill’s Gala Weekend. It has something for everyone – a great family event with some equally enjoyable evening entertainment.
This year the theme will be a nostalgic and traditional village weekend of events, as a nod to the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.
Blue Bell pub and village playing fields, Easton on the Hill, near Stamford
A cottage garden where perennials and grasses are grouped creatively together amongst gravel paths, complementing one another to create a natural look. Some unusual plants and quirky oddities create a different and colourful informal garden. Lots of flowers for cutting, and a shop in the barn.
Alconbury Weston Village Fun Day!
Sunday 3rd June 2018
12 - 4pm
Alconbury Weston Village Green
Food and Fun on the Village Green as the Tour Of Cambridgeshire passes through the village! Bring along a picnic blanket and cheer on the cycles!
Join in the fun with Alconbury Weston’s annual yard sale!
Saturday 2nd June 2018
FREE to join! Set up a stall on your garden/garage/driveway and sell your pre-loved items! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your address!
The Grade l listed gardens encompass nearly 65 acres and incl large formal lawns, fine topiary and formal hedges, ornamental and productive kitchen garden, large herbaceous borders, rose parterre and woodland walks with spring bulb displays.
About an acre of herbaceous borders, lawn, rose arbour, secluded seating areas, kitchen, cottage and wildlife garden. A photo opportunity around every corner. Our Winter open evening provides an enchanted evening view of a garden full of nostalgia.
2 acres of garden with 150yr old tulip, plane and beech trees: borders of shrubs, roses, herbaceous plants. Shrub roses and herb garden in old paddock area, surrounded by informal areas with pond and bog garden, wild flowers, grasses and bulbs. Small fruit and vegetable gardens.
Our garden tour hosted by our Head Gardener Andrew Jones is a must for gardening enthusiasts. This popular tour takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes and can accommodate a group of up to 20 people. Andrew’s horticultural and historical knowledge of the garden will have the visitor gripped from start to finish.
This May half-term investigate Lyveden’s wilder inhabitants with free trails, worksheets and activity sessions. There are plenty of opportunities to get closer to nature during Lyveden Alive week. Enjoy a different activity every day! Booking Not Needed.
Bring Dad along to make a kite this Father’s Day at Lyveden. After all that hard work, treat him to a Workers Nuncheon in the Cottage tea room so you’re ready to head back out and see how high your kite can fly! Booking Not Needed. Dogs on leads welcome.
Join us for an open-air concert at Lyveden this summer! Spread out a picnic blanket in the magnificent surrounds of Lyveden’s Tudor gardens. Full of hidden symbols and architectural clues, they represent one person’s expression of his beliefs during a time of great instability, change and danger.
Artists and makers around Rutland will be opening their studios on weekends in June, also there will be an exhibition showing works by local artists at the Rutland Museum in Oakham from 23rd May to 16th June (usual museum opening times, see website) Most works will be for sale.
Various venues around the county, including the Museum in Oakham
4½ acres extended and laid out since 1972. Special collections of magnolias, spring bulbs, iris, peonies and roses with many rare trees and shrubs. Walled ornamental vegetable garden and ancient yew hedge. Some newly planted areas; please refer to the website.
2 styles of planting showing how to make a garden complement the building it surrounds. Molesworth House is an old rectory garden with everything that you’d both expect and hope for, given its Victorian past. There are surprising corners to this traditional take on a happy and relaxed, yet also formal garden.
The beautiful Hinchingbrooke Country Park, located in Huntingdon, is the perfect place to learn how to forage for edible plants and fungi growing all around us in the UK in springtime. This foraging course is easy to get to from Peterborough, Northampton, Bedford, and Cambridge.
Join us for EACH’s first ever Inflatable Colour Dash at Huntingdon Racecourse.
We are very excited to bring to our popular Colour Dashes to Huntingdon! However this event is no ordinary Colour Dash… This course also has Giant inflatable obstacles!