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Events Diary

Local events from across Lincolnshire

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Mar
01
Fri

Horncastle Town Football Club present An Evening with the Magical Fraser Parker at The Wong, Horncastle from 7pm. Tickets cost £10 and are available from the bar or call 07833 ‍088936. Includes a free cocktail. Prepare to be mesmerised.


Live and local at Digby War Memorial Hall at 8pm. 'Auf Wiedersehen Me Duck' with Paul Walker and Karen Pfeiffer. Innovative acoustic folk and beyond - enchanting, entertaining and uplifting. Tickets are £12.50 from 01526 ‍323195 or sdpriestley@btinternet.com. For online tickets visit liveandlocal.org.uk. Doors open at 7.30pm. Licensed bar (cash only) plus tea and coffee. Ample parking at the rear of the hall and the Red Lion pub opposite serves food from 5pm.


Gastro Quiz at Abbey Lodge, Tattershall Road, Woodhall Spa. 7pm for 7.30. Is there some friendly rivalry amongst your family and friends? How about setting up a couple of teams for this quiz and finding out which group is really the boss when it comes to Spanish food. Team tables can be booked with each place costing £30 - including tapas, sangria and a sweet. Get in touch with Jenny Bennett on jennybennett009@gmail.com. Payment by BACS - details provided at time of booking.


An evening of mediumship with Medium Joe at 7pm at Hanworth Country Park. £10 per ticket which includes a drink on arrival. Tickets can be bought at the park.


Book Sale at Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, East Kirkby 9.30am - 4pm. A large selection of good quality second hand aviation books and DVDs on sale over the two days. They cover a wide range of topics including WW2 bombers and fighters, books for modellers, V Force, Luftwaffe, SAS and American aircraft. You can come to the sale and use the cafe and shop but if you want to look around the museum the admission fee will be payable. Tickets from lincsaviation.co.uk.


Mar
02
Sat

Arts and Craft Fair at Baumber Walled Garden, Nr Horncastle from 10am - 4pm. There will be lots of stalls for you to browse and entry is free.


Flash Mobs around Lincoln for Comic Relief - do something funny for money. Cornhill 12.00pm, Stonebow 12.30pm, The Well 2.30pm and outside Magna Carta pub 3.00pm. The donation link is justgiving.com/page/rock-choir-comic-relief.


Leadenham Post Office Spring Pop Up Event from 9.30am - 12 noon. Country and garden interiors, textiles, ceramics, organic bakery and artisan bakes.


An Audience with Tommy Cannon at the Tyrwhitt Arms, Ferry Road, Lincoln at 7pm. An intimate and uplifting evening looking back at the remarkable career of Cannon & Ball. Stories, laughter and music plus an audience Q & A. Tickets are £16 and include a buffet supper. Available from the bar or call 01526 ‍398021. Doors open at 7pm, food is served at 7.30 and the show starts at 8.30.


Lincolnshire Lacemakers Guild meet at Horncastle Methodist Church, Queen Street from 10am - 3.30pm. Are you looking for a place to sit and chat with like-minded crafty people? Socialise while making lace, knit, cross-stitch or any other crafts you like to do. Car park with parking for disabled drivers. The cost is £4.50 on the door for non-members. Refreshments are available. Bring a packed lunch and a mug.


Seed swap at Sleaford Farmer's Market held from 9am - 1.30pm. Get the garden season started by swapping seeds to get the perfect mix for your growing space. Do you have some seeds to share? Bring them along to swap.


March Wellness Day at Tattershall Village Hall, Lodge Road from 11am - 4pm. Take time for you at this event which includes tote bag designing, a Tai Chi based exercise session, smoothie tasting, meditation and relaxation and a delicious afternoon tea. The price is £65 which includes all of the above and would make a great Mother's Day present. Tickets from wellness-lincs.sumupstore.com


Shaun Fitzgerald - No Need to Shout at the Terry O'Toole Theatre, Moor Lane, North Hykeham. A captivating talk by Shaun Fitzgerald, a remarkable individual who has triumphed over extreme adversity throughout his life. He was born profoundly deaf and will be sharing his inspiring journey through his experiences and challenges, both on a personal and educational level. The talk will be conducted using sign language with the assistance of an interpreter. Tickets are £15 from betterboxoffice.co.uk. Starts at 7.30pm and lasts 1 hour 40 minutes.


Fundraising for Sight Savers will be holding an Eggstra Special Coffee morning from 10am - 12 noon in the Old School, Nettleham. There will be a cake stall, a raffle and you are promised a morning of fun and fellowship in support of this very worthwhile charity.


Mr Murderies' Players present Aladdin the Panto at Branston Village Hall. 2pm and 7pm on Saturday and 2pm on Sunday. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children and £20 for a family ticket. Box office number is 07942‍ 314069.


Mar
03
Sun

Lincoln Conservation Group Workday at Scotgrove Wood, Nr Bardney from 10am - 4pm. You will be coppicing willow that is encroaching along the rides and stacking it into piles. Maybe working in some scalloped areas too to allow light in along the woodland edges. Keep an ear and eye out for buzzards overhead. Meet at the wood entrance (back of Scotgrove Farm, Henry Lane. The grid reference is TF 130 698.


Lambing Live at Rand Farm Park from 10am. Springtime is one of the favourite seasons on the farm and throughout the lambing season you can join in and maybe even see a lambing live in the new Lambing Barn. You can also bottle feed the Cade lambs at set times throughout the day. Cade lambs are those who have either been rejected by their mother, been the third in a set of triplets (which becomes too much for the ewe) or a lamb whose mum has fallen ill or died. You can also meet the other animals on the farm with hands on experiences, conquer the indoor soft play area and take a tractor ride. Book online at randfarmpark.digitickets.co.uk.


Mar
04
Mon

High Flying Women Exhibition at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, North Rauceby, Sleaford. This popular exhibition tells the fantastic stories of the women who fought against adversity to achieve aviation history. Admission is free and the museum is open from 10am - 3pm.


Heckington Village Hall needs more volunteers. The AGM is being held at 7.30pm in the Village Hall and you are invited to join them to discuss plans for the upcoming year and how your talents can best be used in and for the Village Hall. You can become a volunteer or a committee member doing whatever you can whenever you can. If you want more information you can message the Hall's Facebook page.


Mar
05
Tue

The Frank and Dean Show - Afternoon Tea Concert at the Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road, Louth at 2pm. A tribute to Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin by Alan Becks in a brilliant one man show. This fabulous and nostalgic show oozes class and sophistication as Alan performs the hits of these two legendary singers. Tickets are £7.50 and include a tea or coffee during the interval.


The Artful Toddler Painting & Storytime at the Pottery Painting Cafe, 19 Westgate, Sleaford from 1 - 2pm. Each story time session features an age appropriate story and a related ceramic piece for the child to paint. The hour long session also includes a chocolate egg and juice. This is aimed at little ones of pre school age. Booking is necessary on 01529 ‍307894.


Mar
06
Wed

Volunteering drop in event at Whisby Nature Park, Thorpe on the Hill, from 1.30 - 5pm. From gardening and crafting to hands on practical conservation work, drop in and try some of the activities the volunteers get up to.


Age UK Lincoln and South Lincolnshire. Uncover Lincoln's hidden secrets with a historic storytelling "The Dramatic Events in Lincoln 1911" at Park Street Activity Centre, Lincoln from 10am - 12pm. Explore the untold stories, mysteries and drama that unfolded in Lincoln over a century ago. A tale of death, violence, heroes, villains, lies and perjury Tickets are £2 each and include refreshments. To reserve your spot please call Katie on 03455 ‍564144 Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm.


Sherry Masterclass at Doddington Hall from 7 - 9pm. Learn about the history of sherry, how it's made and most importantly how great it tastes. A Doddington sherry cocktail will also be created exclusively for you. Spanish nibbles and discounted shopping also included. Tickets are £20 and booking is essential. This event is for over 18s only. Book on doddingtonhall.com.


Jam Night at the Old Angel Inn, Bardney from 8 - 11pm. The pub provide the PA, the drumkit and the microphones but it's up to all musically inclined people to make them sound good. This event takes place monthly.


Bingo at Coningsby Village Hall. Doors open at 6.30pm and eyes down at 7.30. Tea and coffee will be available at half time. Don't forget to bring your own cup if possible. Raffle tickets will be on sale.


Quiz Night at the Blacksmiths, Sleaford Road, Bracebridge Heath at 8pm. Fully interactive and a great laugh. Bring your team and try to win. There's something for everyone and you don't need a degree to get to win.


Mar
07
Thur

Stand Up Comedy Night at the Turks Head, Heighington at 7.30pm. A live comedy night in the restaurant. Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Tickets cost £15 and are available from the venue.


The Hoochie Coochie Club invite you to an evening of live music at The Miller's Daughter, Louth with the Steve Everett band and support Dan Cobley. Doors open at 7pm and admission is £6 (£5 for members).


Mar
08
Fri

Nearly Elton at the Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough at 7.30pm. A stunning celebration of the music and life of one of the greatest showmen of our time, taking audiences on a magical ride through five decades of hits including Rocketman, I'm Still Standing, Candle in the Wind and many more. An unmissable evening paying homage to Elton John with a sensational cast and stunning live band. Tickets from trinityartscentre.ticketsolve.com.


Cash Bingo at Charles Hill Community Hall, Main Road, Horsington at 6.30pm. Doors open at 6.30pm for eyes down at 7pm.


Thatcher-Rite at Lincoln Arts Centre, University of Lincoln at 7.30pm. You're invited to Mrs Thatcher's very own traditional English Tea Party. Thatcher-Rite puts the personal and political side by side. Her mark on the cultural, social and political notions of Englishness begs the question "Has she truly left us?" With lip-sync, clown and verbatim theatre you are encouraged to bring your own anger or admiration in the comforts of cake and cucumber sandwiches. Tickets from lincolnartscentre.co.uk.


If you're into 50s and 60s music there's a great show at Blackfriars Theatre Boston at 7.30pm. Rave On is the ultimate 50s and 60s experience with music from Dusty Springfield, Elvis Presley, Lulu, Buddy Holly, the Beatles and more. Box office number is 01205 ‍363108 or email blackfriarsartscentre.co.uk.


Mar
09
Sat

Coffee morning at Heckington Methodist Hall at 10am. Come and support the swimming pool. There will be a raffle, tombola and cake stall. All are welcome.


Ceilidh Band and Dance at the International Bomber Command Centre, Canwick Avenue, Lincoln from 7 - 9.45pm. An uplifting evening of music and dancing with the four piece Castile Ceilidh Band. The band members are full time musicians who perform music of all genres but specialise in folk music from Scotland, Ireland and England. If you fancy having a go it's time to put on your glad rags and dancing shoes. Drinks and bar snacks are available to buy throughout the evening. Dancing commences at 7.30pm. Tickets are £15 per person and available from internationalbcc.digitickets.co.uk.


Waddington Dramatic Society Race Night at Waddington Village Hall . Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start. Soft drinks and refreshments available - bring your own alcohol. Only £3 per person and all bets £1. Come along and have a flutter and a great evening. Call 07368 ‍627074 or book online at ticketsource.co.uk/waddington-dramatic-society.


Wildlife Watch at Whisby Nature Park from 10 - 11.30am. Outdoor learning for adventurers aged 5 - 11. Come and experience nature like never before and learn to uncover its secrets. £3 per person. Booking is essential so please contact one of the Education Officers on 01522 ‍696926 or email whisbyeducation@lincstrust.co.uk.


Artisan Market at Fulbeck Craft Centre from 10am - 3pm. Something for the whole family, including pets. Local producers providing fruit, veg, meat, fish and alcohol. Local handmade ceramics, glass and needlework. Local preserves, jam and pickles plus artisans, producers and craft makers. Free entry and free parking.


Bar and Bingo Night at Faldingworth Village Hall at 6.30pm. This is a monthly bar night with bingo and the food vendor will be open from 6.30pm.


Lincolnshire Family History Society at Queen's Park Community Hub. Nicola Hallam talks about 19th century Lincolnshire poachers. Who were the people convicted, where and why were they poaching and how were they punished. Free to attend but donations are welcome. This takes place at 2pm. If you would like a Zoom link contact Tracey Fairhurst on 07941 ‍245322.


World Book Day - Family Book Swap at Cogglesford Watermill, East Road, Sleaford from 12 noon - 4pm. Join Celia Seaside and her Book Buddies throughout the afternoon and listen to fun stories. The Mill welcomes donations of books, either new or used, in good condition and these can be dropped off during opening hours (Friday - Monday 12 pm - 4pm.) Any leftover books will be donated to the Book Box Project. The event is free.


Mar
10
Sun

Threshold Community Cafe at Welton Village Hall between 10am and 12 noon. Come along and enjoy some delicious cakes and a cuppa. Treat your mum on Mother's Day. There will be board games to play, morning papers to read, a picture quiz and a craft table for the children. Takeaway options are available as well. Free - donations only.


Mother's Day Vintage Tea and Song at the International Bomber Command Centre, Canwick Avenue, Lincoln at 2.30pm. The event this year will feature music from vintage singer Alan Jackson and a delicious afternoon tea. To spoil your mums a little more there will be a complimentary mini bottle of prosecco for each mother. Alan will take you back in time with songs from past greats such as Johnny Mercer, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra. Tickets from internationalbcc.digitickets.co.uk.


The Rod Stewart Songbook at the Terry O'Toole Theatre at 7.30pm. The ultimate homage to Rod Stewart featuring Pete McCall. Along with his live band you will be taken on a musical journey spanning 50 years. Pete's vocal ability is unequalled and he has the closest voice in the business to the man himself. This is the next best thing to seeing Rod himself. Tickets are £18 from betterboxoffice.co.uk.


Second Hand Sunday at Southside, Colegrave Street, Lincoln from 10am - 4pm. If you love a bargain hunt this one is for you. The music will be playing and the cafe/bar will be open whilst you soak up all the indoor car boot vibes. Bring your mum for a brew and a bargain. £10 per pitch and £1 entry. Mums go free. If you require a pitch email hello@southsidelincs.com.



Regular Events


VARIOUS
2024
DATES

Tuesday chat on the first Tuesday of every month at 12 St Mark's Avenue, Cherry Willingham from 10.30am - 12pm. Want a chance to sit and chat or need a change of scene or just a place to be with someone else for a while? Cuppa, cake and company. All are welcome.

Harmony Lincs Chorus are based in Lincoln and rehearse every Tuesday evening at the Priory Academy on Skellingthorpe Road at 7.30pm. They welcome male voices from 18 to 80. At present there are 35 members who build their own performance stage and would love to help anyone who has a village hall or space for them to perform. They are happy to help any organisation raise money either for Children in Need or a charity of their own choice. If you are interested please contact the Chorus Manager Derek Wood on dwood184@btinternet.com. Mobile 07572 ‍987188.

Pilates at Southside, Colegrave Club, Lincoln on Wednesdays from 5 - 6pm. A 60 minute session to help rebuild trust in your body, achieve goals and live your life pain-free. Book online for £8 at emily.warrioryoga.com.

Rockfit at Burton Road Methodist Church, Lincoln on Monday evenings at 7pm. Classes combining dance fitness, cardio and toning with metal and rock music. Suitable for all fitness levels. First class is £1, normal price £6. Contact rockfit.org.uk or find on Facebook.

Lincoln & District Stroke Club meet on the first Monday of the month at 7pm at the Civic Offices, Fen Lane, North Hykeham. The social evenings include free entertainment and refreshments for stroke sufferers and their partners, Membership is just £3 per annum per person. Contact Bev Dowle on 07399 ‍818815.

Quiz Night at The Hub, Nettleham on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Doors open at 7pm and the quiz starts at 7.30. Bar and refreshments will be available. Tickets £2 available from the Hub.

Harmston Ladies Choir meet on Thursdays from 7 - 9pm. At present there are 17 members and it is not essential to read music. If you are interested in joining please contact Pam Holden on 01522 ‍808334 or email painterpam6@gmail.com.

Nocton Gardening Club meet on the first Tuesday of the month at Nocton Hub from 7 - 9pm. Fees are £15 per member for the year. Couples (sharing a garden) £25 and visitors £3. Members and visitors are also asked to pay £1 at the meeting and 50p will buy you a cuppa. For more information email jpartridge369.jp@gmail.com.

Waddington History Group meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month at The Hub in Waddington at 7.30pm. There is usually a speaker for about an hour and then a raffle and tea/coffee and biscuits. The membership fee is £10 per year and members pay £2 each evening they attend. Visitors are asked to pay £3.

Sturton by Stow Indoor Bowls Club meet on Monday evenings at the Village Hall at 7pm. Please come and join them for an evening of fun. Experienced or newcomer, all are welcome. Approximately 2 hours with a tea break.

Knit and natter group at the Craftea Cafe, 22 Melville Street, Lincoln every Friday from 10.30am.

Welton Table Tennis Club every Tuesday evening from 7 - 9pm at the Methodist Chapel, Cliff Road, Welton. A friendly club for all abilities. Ages 8 - 80+ welcome. No leagues, just play for fun. Contact John on 01522 ‍860823.

Woodhall Spa Community Band are recruiting. As a concert band they are woodwind, brass and percussion musicians. So if you play yourself or know somebody who does they would like to hear from you. Email woodhallspacommunityband.chair@gmail.com or call John on 07477 ‍165474. They meet on Mondays at Woodhall Spa Football Club from 7 - 9pm.

Pure Pilates Class at Faldingworth Village Hall every Wednesday from 6.15 - 7pm. Suitable for all levels from complete beginners, just bring a mat. There is no commitment - £6 per class, pay as you go.

Dynamic Dance have space in their Adult Street Dance classes every Wednesday during term time at Nettleham Community Hub from 7 - 7.45pm. Classes are £5 each and all abilities are welcome. Show and performance opportunities available soon. For more information contact Dynamic Dance.

Open mic night at The Chequers, Potterhanworth on the 2nd Tuesday of every month starting at 8.30pm. Full backline, PA and drum kit in place. All styles and levels welcome. Entry is free. Join in or sit back and enjoy some of Lincolnshire's finest talent.

One Accord Voices Saxilby based choir are looking to recruit soprano, alto, tenor and bass voices. It you are interested rehearsals are held on Tuesday mornings (term time) between 10am and 12 noon in the Function Room at the Community Centre on the Memorial Field at the end of William Street, Saxilby. For further details call Vicki on 07530 ‍056151.

Extra Time Hub - Multi Sport. A weekly session held on Tuesdays between 10 and 11.30am at Skellingthorpe Scout Hut helping people to stay fit and active. A chance to try different sports and activities. Inclusive to all levels of fitness and skill - the emphasis is on movement and fun. The cost is £2. Contact 07305 ‍095690 or health@lincolncityfoundation.co.uk.

Lincoln & District Stroke Club meet on the 1st Monday of the month at 7pm at the Civic Offices. Fen Lane, North Hykeham. These social evenings include free entertainment and refreshments for stroke sufferers and their partners. Membership is just £3 per annum per person. Contact Bev Dowle on 07399 ‍818815.

Withamside Heritage Art Club meet on Mondays from 1 - 4pm at Norton Village Hall. If you enjoy painting and drawing you will like this friendly club. Every month a professional artist comes to offer guidance and help and artists also visit and provide workshops. For more information contact Rick on 01522 ‍869128.

Metheringham Senior Citizens Welfare Committee hold a coffee morning every Thursday in St Wilfrid's Church Hall, Church Walk, Metheringham from 9.15 - 10.45 am. All are welcome. Contact Angela Harvey on 01526 ‍320570.

Age UK Heighington Friendship Group meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Jubilee Hall between 10am and 12 noon. Come and join in for refreshments and a friendly chat. Also guest speakers and craft demonstrations. An ideal opportunity to make new friends. £4 per session.

Farmers Market on the 1st Saturday of every month at The Ferry Boat, High Street, Washingborough. Check their Facebook page for more details or ring 01522 ‍790794.

Branston Short Mat Bowls meet every Thursday afternoon in the Village Hall between 1.30 and 3.30pm. The cost is £2 per session and new members are always welcome. (2 free sessions). Come and have a go - there are bowls available to borrow.

Rock Choir at Southside, Colegrave Street, Lincoln every Wednesday from 10.30am - 12 noon. The UK's leading contemporary award-winning choir experience, offering weekly rehearsals, performances, and life-affirming events. If you love to sing, book your first session now at rockchoir.com/join.

The Hartsholme Hall History Hunt takes place on a daily basis and takes you to points of interest all around the park including Dog Graves, the Stable Block, the Kitchen Gardens, Lady's Walk, the Boat House and many more. Just pick up a leaflet on arrival and start exploring.

Visit Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum for a journey back in time. Various events take place throughout the year and to find out more check their website on lvvs.org.uk. The museum is open on a Sunday from 11am - 4pm and is available for group bookings at other times but only if pre-booked. Call Tuesday or Thursday 10am - 4pm for details. Admission is £5 for adults, now with a free guide, and accompanied children are free.

Washingborough & District Friendship Group meet on the first Tuesday of the month from 2 - 4pm. You are more than welcome to join them and have tea and biscuits. There are guest speakers, quizzes and also occasional meals out to different establishments. Come along and make new friends. For more information ring Ian Dodge on 07401 ‍655298 or Diane Burke on 07855 ‍273555.

Friday Night Jive every Friday at 7pm at The White Hart Hotel, Boston (by the Town Bridge). Complete beginners welcome, singles and couples welcome, two left feet welcome and all ages welcome. This is a fun and friendly class and the cost is just £6. Warm Welcome at Monks Road Methodist Church, Lincoln from 10.30am - 12 noon. Come along and enjoy a warm drink in a safe space. All are welcome and the friendly craft group will be meeting at the same time if you would like to join them. This event will be taking place every Monday until February 2024.