The Spalding Farmers Market is held on the first saturday of every month.
The award winning Farmers' Market is held in the Market place on the fourth Saturday of the month, attracting many visitors
Wander through Whisby Nature Reserve’s changing landscape through the years. Whisby has a long history from the agricultural fields to gravel pits through to its current standing as a Nature Reserve. See the reserve through the years in pictures, maps, artefacts and memories from those involved in the development and management.
There will be a children’s area to sit, draw and be inspired by our own Mammoth’s tusk!
With a background in graphic design, Pixelglo's Edward is in his element capturing new photos with his camera and spending time afterwards huddled in front of his PC with a coffee, crafting each photo to ensure its story is told with an air of mystique.
Pottery Design and Decoration. Six week course on Sundays February 5, 12, 19, 26 and 5, 12 of March 2017 10.30 – 1.30pm £120pp for 6 weeks Design and make your own projects using your preferred method of hand building or throwing.
Decorating techniques will include slip trailing, sgraffito, painting, texture, wax resist. Finished pieces will be fired and available to take home from the shop. There will be a small charge based on the weight of the pots.
by Harold Pinter, starring Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart
Start time: 7pm
Running time: approx. 150minutes
Cert: As Live 12A
A cast of colourful characters retell the rags to riches story of Dick Whittington and his cat, as they travel to London to seek their fortune and come up against the arch-villain King Rat.
Adults £12, Under 18s £6 Theatre card holders £1 reduction.
Weekends 1pm and 6pm, Weekdays 7.30pm.
Adrian Gray explains how two sisters and a brother from Glentworth, born under the Tudors, supported a network of radical reformers who changes not only the face of Christianity in Britain, but the very shape of the World and the ideas by which we live.
Tea and biscuits available during intermission (donations gratefully received).