Category Places to Visit

Spooky goings on at Cogglesford Mill – 31st Oct 6pm

Monday 31 October 6pm to 7.30pm Come and explore this creaky old mill and take part in lots of Hallowe’en fun. There will be hidden clues to discover as you investigate this historic building and craft activities to make your own spooky mask and more! For more information please contact Cogglesford Watermill on 01529 413671 […]

Medieval knights at Boston Guildhall – 28th-29th October

Knights of Skirbeck Friday 28th and Saturday 29th October 10:30am – 3:30pm, last admission 3pm FREE ENTRY AND EVENT Come and join the knights at Boston Guildhall for medieval re-enactments that share how life would have been during the time that the Guildhall was built.  The Knights of Skirbeck are a wonderful group to interactive […]

Firing of the Forge at Welbourn – Sat 3rd Sept

See traditional ironworking in a traditional Victorian forge located in the heart of the village of Welbourn. This former forge and blacksmith’s workshop dates back to 1864 and is still in working condition. For over 100 years Welbourn Forge has served the needs of farmers and tradesmen in the area. The forge opens on the […]

New display at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre

Training Aircraft at Cranwell Saturday 1 October to Friday 26 March 2017 Do you know what a Bristol Bulldog looks like? Can you spot a Hawker Hart? Come and discover more about the many different types of training aircraft at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre’s upcoming exhibition. Opening on Saturday 1 October, explore RAF Cranwell’s history […]

Great War Museum open day – 21st May

The next Museum Open Day at the Great War Museum at the Manor House Stables in Martin is on Saturday 21st May. It will be an all day event (10.00am – 4.00pm) and will be free of charge, although donations gratefully accepted. Trench cake and tea will be available. For more information please see the […]

Art exhibition during May

Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre would like to welcome you to this month’s art exhibition, which runs until the end of May.  Call in to the Centre at 28 Plough Hill, Caistor. Please note that the exhibition space is used for meetings and other activities so visitors are advised to check that there are no other […]

‘Woolly Spires’ – Knitted Churches of Lincolnshire

Many of Lincolnshire’s churches were funded by wealthy landowners who made their fortune literally on the backs of the county’s iconic breed of sheep the Lincoln Longwool. artsNK have worked with local knitting groups, across Lincolnshire, supporting them to create 3d woolly versions of their parish churches, using only the wool of the Lincoln rare […]