Cream Tea in aid of St. Mary’s Church this Sunday

You are invited to a cream tea this Sunday (June 24) at Roughton Village Hall, from 3 to 5pm. Proceeds to St Mary’s Church. Expect delicious traditional refreshment, good company and prizes!       Continue reading

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Help St Mary’s Church – become a community champion

On behalf of Alwyn Killingsworth:

If you have a Lincolnshire Co-op dividend card you can help raise much-needed funds for St. Mary’s Church, Kirkby on Bain. Here’s how to do it:

 

 

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1. Log on to your Lincolnshire Co-op account using your membership number and password.          Continue reading

Kirkby on Bain students dig for victory at Lincolnshire Show

This week Kirkby on Bain Primary School students entered their Victory Garden in the Lincolnshire Show Schools Challenge, an initiative run jointly by The Lincolnshire Agricultural Society and The EBP, a social enterprise which delivers a wide range of enrichment programmes to young people aged 5 to 19 years.

Students were tasked with the challenge of researching, designing and building a mini garden allotment to reflect the theme of the famous victory gardens started during World War One. Continue reading

Cameo club: May 2018 report

CAMEO CLUB of ROUGHTON and KIRKBY ON BAIN- JUNE REPORT

On Tuesday 19th June speaker Christine Chapman gave us a very interesting talk on ‘Lincolnshire Ladies and the Vote’. 2018 being the centenary of the gaining of women’s suffrage, this was a very relevant subject and Christine added to the interest by naming women activists in the Lincolnshire area.

The suffragette colours were Green, White and Violet and Christine pointed out that these initials could stand for Give Women Votes.

She was keen say that these were real women who believed that men and women should be given the same opportunities. However, in 1832 only one in seven men even had the chance or took the opportunity to vote themselves. The fight for women’s suffrage took place with the terrible backdrop of the Great War where women took on roles vacated by the fighting men. Continue reading

Organ Recital: Colin Walsh

Colin Walsh – Organist Laureate at Lincoln Cathedral is returning to St. Peter’s Church Woodhall Spa on Tuesday 3rd July at 2pm for a free recital. All welcome!

 

 

 

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“Colin Walsh is an English organist, who has played many recitals in various religious venues in England as well as two at the Royal Festival Hall. He has also played in many European countries and New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the USA. Some of his work has been released on the Priory label. He has worked as an organist or assistant organist at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle; Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford; Salisbury Cathedral (1978-1985); St. Albans Cathedral (1985-1988); and Lincoln Cathedral. In July 2002 there were plans to sack Walsh, whom The Telegraph described as “one of Europe’s finest church organists”, after differences with the Precentor, Andrew Stokes; however this plan was dropped and he was given a new role. Since January 2003 he has been Organist Laureate of Lincoln Cathedral.” [BBC Music profile] Continue reading