The garden approaches ½ acre and has been developed over last 15yrs as a place to sit, relax and look at a variety of trees, shrubs and plants (some not so common), together with statuary and sculptures. S-facing and extremely fertile, well drained soil helps most plants to quickly become established.
The Coningsby and Tattershall Lions Club Beer and Cider Festival 2018. Real Ale and Ciders from around the UK but with a special focus on ales from our local breweries. Free Entry. Food, wines and soft drinks available. Great fun for all the family in the field attached to the Village Hall.
Tattershall Village Hall, 4 Lodge Road, Tattershall
Let your imagination run wild for National Play Day at Tattershall Castle.Choose from a range games to play both inside the Great Tower and outside in the grounds. Make the most of National Play Day and bring the whole family along.
Join Sarah Bryson as she presents a fascinating talk on Charles Brandon, King Henry VIII’s best friend.
Sarah has spent the last ten years researching Brandon’s life, discovering a tale of a handsome Knight who risked all to marry a Princess.
The Pantaloons present their version of Oscar Wilde’s hilarious comedy, told in their own distinctive and anarchic style. Come to Tattershall to enjoy an evening of outdoor theatre, with the beautiful backdrop of Tattershall Castle. Booking Essential. Phone: 01526342543.
A teddy bears picnic but with a medieval twist. Go on an adventure with your favorite teddy. Bring along your favorite furry chum and complete all the Tattershall Tasks including a teddy zip wire that starts 35 meters in the air from the top of the Great Tower. Booking Not Needed. Dogs on leads welcome.
We’re pleased to announce the return of our Summer School programme which for 2018 has been developed around the famous works of Roald Dahl.
Summer School is open to children of all ability regardless of whether they have any previous experience of theatre or not.
Written by Ian Sharp a member of the Broadbent Theatre
A little known story of how a group of World War 2 Conscientious Objectors came to Lincolnshire to farm rather than fight. Amongst them were Jim Broadbent’s parents.
Broadbent Theatre, Snarford Road, Wickenby, Lincoln
Brinkhill Cream Teas in aid of St Philip,s Church every Sunday in August and Bank Holiday Monday from 2pm until 5pm. Freshly made cakes and scones, tombola etc. Please come and join us. All are welcome.
Sun 5 Aug, Sun 12 Aug, Sun 19 Aug, Sun 26 Aug, Mon 27 Aug
They say that variety is the spice of life; well that is just what Art on the Map members are serving up for you this summer. After a very successful Spring Exhibition in the beautiful setting of Gunby Hall, Art on the Map are once again exhibiting at the Cathedral this summer.
The Chapter House