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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The monthly coffee morning in the village hall is part of our ongoing fundraising events to update and improve the village hall. Tea,coffee, a warm welcome and a fantastic selection of home made cakes will be on sale, along with a book stall and a children’s play area.
Well behaved dogs are also welcome.
After the huge success of ‘Dance is Life’ in 2017, Giovanni is once again set to get your hearts beating a little faster, showcasing a story of love and passion, with even more heat, even more energy, and even more drama than ever before!
This Saturday, the Waterside Shopping Centre is staging a Baby & Toddler Fair featuring local independent businesses, crafts people and hobbyists.
Designed to showcase the very best of local talent, the show will be well worth a visit if you’re looking for a unique gift for a newborn or toddler.
Lots of great stalls offering lovely items for sale in a beautiful historic building in the uphill area of Lincoln near the castle & cathedral.
Lincoln Owl Rescue will be with us too offering everyone the chance to hold a beautiful bird of prey.
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.
Coleby Downhill Soapbox Challenge.
Return of this very successful event held every two years on Coleby Hill in the village of Coleby just off the A607 south of RAF Waddington.
Exciting racing of Soapboxes, gravity bikes and gravity bikes with sidecars on Sunday 10th June.
A fun- filled show about the Internet for 3-8 year olds and their grown ups, based on the best-selling picture book by Stuart Spendlow, illustrated by Amy Bradley.
Sophie reads about an exciting creature called a Penguinpig on the Internet.
An evening of musical entertainment performed by Mark Briggs - keyboard, James Kinsella - a London based Irish tenor, Peter Black a classically trained virtuoso guitarist and David Roy-Martin bass baritone with Robert Thompson, pianist.
Louth Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road Louth LIncolnshire
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.
Join the Northcote Heavy Horse Centre on Sunday 27th May 2018 for their grand Medieval Tournament of the year! The themed tournaments have proven very popular over the past 15 years and have seen thousands of visitors support the local animal welfare charity.
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre, Great Steeping, Spilsby, Lincolnshire.
Attend a service in this tranquil place. People of all faiths and none are welcome. Visit Monksthorpe Chapel, a Baptist place of worship dated 1701, when there is a service taking place to really feel connected to its purpose and history. Booking Not Needed.
Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel, Monksthorpe, near Spilsby,
We have an abundance of things to see and do at this years Open Farm Sunday and we cannot wait to welcome you all to the farm. From our farmers market with lots of scrumptious Lincolnshire produce and butchery demonstrations to our birds of prey and machinery displays.
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.
Roll Up! Roll Up! This Spring The National Centre for Craft & Design and artsNK celebrate the 250th anniversary of Circus in Britain with a spectacular new show: Circus: Performers, Politics and Pop Culture.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Sleaford
Drop into the gallery to try out exciting circus techniques with our specially trained aerial dance teachers. Test your fitness, strength and flexibility on the hoop and the silks - two long pieces of fabric which you wrap around yourself whilst you create striking poses in the air.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Sleaford.
In 2014 a series of community print workshops were conducted by designers Dave Bramston and YeLi at NCCD as part of their ongoing creative practice. Since 2014 the project has continued to develop and has involved other designers in China and the UK.
Lifecasting is a beautiful craft which captures every tiny detail; the shapes and contours which tell us so much about people’s character. Expert circus artist, Becky Truman of ‘Skinning the Cat’ will demonstrate how to use alginate (non-toxic seaweed) to cast the face.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford
Masks have played a predominant part of performance within the circus, theatre and film industry for centuries. They have been used historically from as early as Ancient Greece and are worn for carnivals, performances and dance today.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford
Approx 3 acre garden with sweeping lawns long herbaceous borders, colour themed island beds, hosta collection, lavender bed with seating area, topiary, acers, small raised vegetable area, 3 ponds and new exotic borders.
Join the Gunby Ranger and discover more about the many creatures that live in our ice house pond. The month of May is a great time to find all sorts of small beasties to look at, including tadpoles and insects.
In the grounds of Alford Manor House and in the Big Marquee we have a wide variety of quality Lincolnshire Craftsmen and Women selling their unique handmade goods. Ideal for presents or something for yourself!
Firsby Manor, a garden of 3 acres, has been developed to provide interest throughout the year, A visit in April offers a chance to see many different daffodil cultivars as the owners exhibit at the annual Lincolnshire Daffodil Society show.
Award winning mum2mum nearly new sale.
Baby and toddler items at a fraction of original price, including toys, equipment and clothes.
Stalls still available and can be booked via mum2mummarket.co.uk.
Refreshments available and FREE parking.
Open 1 April to 30 September 2018
To mark the centenary of the RAF, Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum’s exhibition will commemorate the RAF crew who were decorated for their bravery. Many of the airmen featured in this exhibition gained the highest award for their valour with some of them paying the ultimate price.
Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre, Heath Farm, North Rauceby, Sleaford