Come and enjoy a midnight swim under the stars at Jubilee Park.
Our heated outdoor pools are a balmy 29 degrees Celsius.
Starting at 11 pm on the 21st June and finishing at 1 am on the 22nd June.
Booking in advance is essential.
This is a family-friendly event.
Spend the day learning how archery helped put food on the medieval table.
Meet the Wolfshead Bowmen, hear about hunting techniques and test your skills with a longbow. Come and see if you can hit the target using a longbow. Taking residence all weekend the Wolfshead Bowmen re-enact medieval life.
2 acre garden on S-facing slope, partly terraced and well protected by established trees and shrubs. Redeveloped over 18yrs with natural and formal ponds. Shrub roses, laburnum walk, hosta border, gravel bed and other areas mainly planted with hardy perennials, trees and shrubs.
As part of the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day the International Bomber Command Centre is pleased to present a weekend of concerts.
Saturday the 8th June sees a celebration of all things 40’s – tributes to Vera Lynn, George Formby, Flannagan & Allen, Gracie Fields, Andrews Sisters, G.I.
International Bomber Command Centre
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day the International Bomber Command Centre is pleased to present a weekend of concerts.
Sunday sees the Brit Award winning band, Blake and Britain’s Got Talent and Pride of Britain’s D-Day Darlings, supported by the Waddington Military Wives Choir.
International Bomber Command Centre
10 acre garden with sweeping lawns constructed around a planting of trees and shrubs. The main feature in the spring is the collection of some 110 flowering cherries of 40 different varieties along with massed plantings of spring flowering bulbs.
2 acre formal country garden, recently redesigned by Angel Collins, surrounding a stone farmhouse. Box-edged borders planted with grasses, perennials and seasonal bedding. Lawns, ornamental trees, crab apple avenue and small rose garden. Parterre planted with rosemary, lavender, santolina and alliums.
This is the 31st Annual Art Exhibition in Tathwell ( near Louth). The event features an Exhibition and sale of over 150 paintings by local artists. The paintings are displayed in the church and other activities include demonstrations of upholstery, painting and leather work.
Festival of Archaeology 2019: A family fun day celebrating the archaeology of Lincolnshire with free pop-up talks as well as lots of interesting stalls. There will also be archaeological dig workshops for which children of all ages can sign up on the day. Pre-booking is not available and there will be a small charge.
Sunbeam will be at this beautiful venue for another craft & gift fair on 14th April
Lots of crafters and small traders with unique and lovely items for sale at great prices.
Lincoln Owl Rescue will be with us too giving everyone the chance to get close to beautiful birds of prey.
An Audience with Tracy Borman Presenting The Story of the Tower of London
Thursday 30 May 2019 at 7:30pm in The Venue, Bishop Grosseteste University
Following Tracy’s sell out talk on Elizabeth’s Women, we are delighted that she will return to BGU to deliver a talk on The Story of the Tower of London.
Bishop Grosseteste University, Longdales Road, Lincoln
In the run up to the Lincolnshire Show, Tractors in Town is a new event for 2019 which will feature a tractor trail taking place throughout Lincoln city centre. Vintage and new machinery will be featured in the trail, as well as an interactive trail sheet for little ones to enjoy.
Sunbeam will be at this lovely church in the centre of Lincoln several times in 2019.
Lots of great stalls to see selling items you won’t find anywhere else in the city centre.
Lincoln Owl Rescue will be with us
and there will be a cafe open with very reasonably priced drinks and food.
St Mary Le Wigford Church, 3 St Mary’s St, Lincoln
On Monday 27th May we will be hosting a Fun Dog Show and Tabletop Sale. This event will start at 10:00 and will finish at 14:00. All of the money raised from this event will go into our Residents’ Fund.
£10.00 for a table. To book a table, please call 01522 528870 and ask for Jaime or Julian.
Large town garden of about 1½ acres that crosses the R Ludd. Hidden away behind the high Georgian facades of Louth is a good example of a town garden of trees, herbaceous borders, two small ponds, a fern and white garden and formal vegetable parterre. Wonderful views of Louth church spire.
Annual Concert to be held jointly with Albatros Choir from the Netherlands.
This year marks the 40th Anniversary of our friendship, and the 8th visit by Albatros to Louth, singing in St. James – LMVC has been to Nieuwe Pekela, Groningen in the Netherlands 7 times.
As one of the top county shows in the country, the Lincolnshire Show is a true celebration of rural Lincolnshire with an eclectic mix of exciting entertainment, food, shopping, music, horticulture and farm life.
Formal and woodland garden, productive and ornamental walled gardens surrounding Hackthorn Hall and church extending to approx 15 acres. Parts of the formal gardens designed by Bunny Guinness. The walled garden boasts a magnificent Black Hamburg vine, believed to be second in size to the vine at Hampton Court.
"Our 16th Year Anniversary Tournament"
Featuring Birds of Prey
Medieval Riding Skills
Tony Butlers Exotic Animal Handling
Fire Performance (weather depending)
Dog Displays and much more.
Hot and cold food available
To book a stall pitch please email us for more details.
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre,