Back and better than ever! 2 weeks full of walking & family fun for all ages!
Join us and step out in to the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside. From themed walks to exploring our stepping out network, you’re bound to find something for you! Make sure to look out for those longer walks too!
North Kesteven is privileged to a vast open countryside with fascinating heritage and diverse wildlife. The North Kesteven Walking Festival aims to showcase these opportunities bringing them to you to enjoy the great outdoors. Taking place from Saturday 8 to Sunday 22 July, the festival is packed full of walks across the district designed for all ages and abilities to enable as many people as possible to take part.
On August 6th, Leadenham will be holding its Annual folk festival, "A Day of Lincolnshire Folk". In its 9th year, the festival is set to be the biggest to date, with 35 folk acts across three stages across the village.
In conjunction with this festival, Leadenham Teahouse will host Leadenham Artisan Market. Browse Lincolnshire crafters stalls selling handmade home interiors, gifts, jewellery, art, photography and pottery.
Enjoy a visit to Lincolnshire food and drink stalls from a local Prosecco cart to Lincolnshire sausage grill and an artisan wood fired oven. Take some local produce home with you, from local honey and jam producers, loose leaf teas, locally brewed beers, and "Britains best Bakery", Hambleton's.
All donations from the stalls will be sent to Meningitis Research.
For more information about the day, follow Leadenham Teahouse on Facebook and Twitter or call 01400 318497.
On Sunday August 6th the Teahouse will be open and the market will set up from 11am.
Our first market is within conjunction with the Annual Lincolnshire Folk Festival 2017, in its 9th year and held at the George Hotel. We're delighted that we have also been asked to become an official venue for 2017.
Grainthorpe Festival of Arts three day event includes the sale of paintings and crafts.
The artwork will be displayed in the Village Hall and the crafts will be on sale at Tithe Farm.
Admission is by catalogue at £2 to both venues. Children under the age of 16 are free when accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments will be available at the Cafe in the Village Hall.
Ample free parking
A fun day out for all the family. Main Ring attractions, horse shows, dog show and livestock. Lots of exhibits in the Horticulture Tent, Trade stands and lots of food stalls. Lots to see while raising funds for local charities.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of Stamford’s award as the UK’s first conservation town, recognising its unspoilt Georgian street scenes and ancient architecture.
This year’s Georgian Festival (21-24 September) has more events then ever over a packed three-day programme, with a major focus on activities on the riverside Meadows on Saturday and Sunday.
A special performance area will host galloping acrobats, celebrating the birth of circus in the Georgian period, militiamen drills and a skirmish with the enemy, a Punch and Judy Show and a Regency dance demo. Military encampments and period stallholders complete the picture.
Stamford’s ancient streets will again buzz with evocative Georgian costumed figures, themed markets and street entertainment and Saturday evening sees a glittering illuminati event in Red Lion Square with the ancient Stamford Bull Run re-enacted in street theatre.
Tickets are available through the website - www.stamfordgeorgianfestival.co.uk - or via Stamford Arts Centre Box Office on 01780 763203.