Christmas with Dickens in Horncastle

Horncastle Up Stagers are proud to present A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by David Ireland with original music by Richard Shepherd. Book now for this new production running 7.30 PM nightly at the Lion Theatre from 6th-8th December.

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Christmas Concert: Horncastle Choral Society

You are invited to a concert by the Horncastle and District Choral Society on Saturday December 8th, at St. Mary’s Church, Horncastle, 7.30pm. Music by Handel, Karl Jenkins and Bob Chilcott – a warm welcome is assured. Tickets, priced £7, including refreshments, are available from choir members, and at the door on the night.

 

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Christmas at Kirkby on Bain Nursery

Santa is on his way to Kirkby on Bain! He will be in his grotto inside the nursery in Wharf Lane on Monday December 7 and Tuesday December 8, at 3.30pm. Tickets are £3 including a gift. To book your visit please ask a member of nursery staff or phone 01526 352228.

To support the nursery you can also buy squares for Christmas £1 each (prizes include: meal voucher, hamper, beauty treatments etc.) and Name the Bear – £1 a guess, all to be drawn in the last week of term

Claudette Harkus commented “We are a small charitable, committee-run nursery and because of our location we struggle to get children to attend, and many appear not to know we are here!”
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Woodhall Christmas Fayre

This year’s Christmas Fayre takes place on Friday 7th December in Station Road and The Broadway from 6.00 to 9.00 pm. All the traditional activities and features established over the years will be there and the street will be packed with stalls and activities from clubs, craftsmen and local organisations.

 

The Christmas Grotto for Santa and his Elves will be a major draw for the crowds of children we see every year. Street entertainment along the whole closure area throughout the evening will feature Morris dancers, street musicians, mascots, Clowns (the friendly variety!!!) and children’s fairground rides. The County Linx Radio Bus will again provide music and a focal point for singers and other entertainment in the centre of the village near The Co-op. Continue reading

Tattershall Castle Christmas Market 2018

Kick start your Christmas shopping at the Tattershall Castle festive market. Browse the many stalls situated in three fully heated marquees and the ground floor of the Castle. Lots of local produce and handmade gifts from Lincolnshire crafts people.

17 and 18 November 2018, 11:00 – 16:00
£1 entry charge or free admission for National Trust members.

Contact: tattershallcastle@nationaltrust.org.uk 01526 342543

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Parish Council Meeting: November 2018

The next Council Meeting will be held on Thursday November 1st in the Primary School Hall, Wharf Lane, Kirkby on Bain, starting at 7.00 pm. As usual we will start with a public forum so if you would like to discuss any local matter you are concerned about, please do come along and have your say!

 

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Cameo Club Report: October 2018

Cameo Club of Kirkby on Bain and Roughton – October Report by Jill Russell

The meeting was on 16th October and I think it was fitting that I filled in the first talk of the year with one on genealogy research and my daughter Ella Russell gave the last talk on : ‘Balancing Life as a Rock  Climber and a career as an Employment Lawyer’ – A rocky but rewarding combination. Without the vote given to women in 1918 even our feisty female forebears would not have imagined what Ella has achieved and the change that has come about in the potential for women to develop, even if there is still more to be done.

Ella started with a description of her life’s journey so far, being 33 years old. She was always encouraged to be active and she showed us her little walking boots which she wore when her father took her up and down a scrambling route on Snowden when she was 6. Holidays were always to hills and mountains from Peak District, Wales, Lakes, Scottish Isles to Pyrenees, Alps, Dolomites.                  Continue reading