This popular festival offer 16 days of great guided walks in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walks range from gentle heritage ambles around towns and villages to energetic leg-stretchers up hill and down dale, plus fun family events. See www.woldswalkingfestival.co.uk for more info, hope to see you there!
Various, with lots of walks ‘donations only.’ Anyone under 18 goes free
Launches from the Viking Centre at Claxby then 103 walks at destinations across the Lincolnshire Wolds (and beyond), with a finale day at Tetford
Before we know it Summer will be upon us, and by popular demand, so will this festival......
Solid Entertainments is delighted to announce that Cleethorpes Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival will be returning for the seventh year to Pleasure Island on Sunday 18th June 2017!
Showcasing the quality of live music in the UK, we wanted to present a line-up that appeals to music lovers of all ages in and around the East Coast. We think we have achieved this and with Dr Feelgood headlining, a transatlantic flavouring, 11 different artists with six performing on an Amp Driven Main Stage and five on a more serene Acoustic Stage; this is one date for your diary!
Early Bird tickets are only £26.00 + bf (for a limited period) and can be purchased by calling 01472 349 222 or online at http://www.cleethorpesbluesfestival.co.uk/tickets.html
To find out more about line up and the festival in general, please visit http://www.cleethorpesbluesfestival.co.uk/index.html
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.
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
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.