AHOY there me hearties! The Young Stagers be bringin’ ye a great, grand pantomime style show. Based (very loosely!) on the classic adventure novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island is packed with pirates, parrots and treasure maps.
Kick off your weekend with an outdoor film screening of ‘The Goonies’ from film on a farm on Friday Night and camp over or come back for the day on Saturday to enjoy a variety of live folk music acts and family fun from 11am – 11pm.
Join us for our annual wartime 1940s feast!
Friends from the local community join together from the coldest depths of January to produce us the food from their own gardens and allotments, which, when combined with the items from our 1940’s ration book, provides the food for the banquet!
The pretty village of Brinkhill is holding a mid summer Bazaar from 2pm until 5pm on Sunday 8th July. There will be stalls inside and outside the church including bric-a-brac, plants and lots of others. There will be a raffle with proceeds going towards the Brinkhill Craft Group wall hanging project.
Travel back in time and experience Tattershall in the sixteenth century when Charles Brandon, King Henry VIII’s best friend and the Earls of Lincoln were living in the Castle. Travel back to Tudor Tattershall and see how Charles Brandon, King Henry VIII’s best friend, lived at the Castle.
The garden is set in the 2½ acre grounds of a C19 rectory adjacent to the picturesque village church which has C12 origins. Surrounded by mature trees the garden has wide lawns with extensive herbaceous borders.
A series off friendly craft workshops organised by the WEA ( Workers Education Association) and presented by Kathy Holland. Includes Creative Paper Craft, Card-making, Decoupage, Scrap-booking, Shell Craft and Jewellery. Beginners and experienced crafters all welcome.
Chapterhouse Theatre Company presents Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy. Let yourself be whisked away on a thrilling journey to the most magical of forests and meet star-crossed lovers, playful fairies and hilarious travelling players.
Claythorpe WaterMill and Wildfowl Garden,
This family friendly fund raising event is to raise funds for the Northcote Heavy Horse Centre.
Tickets cost just £5 each and a BBQ is included in the ticket price.
Bets on the night cost just £1 and eight races will be held over the evening with lots of prizes available.
Blank canvas of acre in early 90s. Developed into lush, colourful, exotic plant packed haven. A whole new world on entering from street. Exotic borders, raised exotic island, long hot border, ponds, stumpery, developing prairie style border. Conservatory, grapevine. Intimate seating areas along gardens journey.
Alford Summer Tuesday Craft Markets are where a selection of our quality Lincolnshire Craftsmen and Women will be selling their unique handmade work. An ideal place for presents or something for yourself!
A lovely mature woodland garden where a multitude of unusual plants are the stars, many of which are available from the well stocked RHS listed nursery. The two new areas completed last year have developed well and this year there will be a new border for late interest to coincide with an October opening.
This mobile community cinema group will be at Digby War Memorial Hall on the 23rd of June showing ’The French Connection’, a classic film rated 18. Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start, and entry is £4 per person. Snacks, tea and coffee and a selection of wine and beer will be available for purchase.
A great day out for the whole family. Inside the village hall we have a large and varied selection of quality craft stalls, refreshments including hot and cold drinks, Pimms and delicious home made cakes, a raffle and tombola.
An informal coffee morning to be held within the church of St Andrews, Utterby.
Fiona Poulton from the Grimsby Family History society will be in attendance and there will be an opportunity to explore the contents of the Parish chest
Butterfly Hospice Annual Butterfly Release 2018
Sunday 15th July is the date of the Annual Butterfly Release for the Butterfly Hospice.
You can become part of this special event by reserving your own butterfly to release.
Walk into the world of the Lost and Found Viking village in Central Park with the Vikings of Middle England. Performing to audiences, showing the struggles and victories of the Viking, Saxon and Norman ancestors.
It’s educational, entertaining, extraordinary.