East Lindsey District Council has granted the Kinema in the Woods planning permission to build a third auditorium next to the existing cinema, which is in the Woodhall Conservation Area, and to create a new car park. The decision is subject to conditions, some of which reflect the concerns of nearby residents and other interested parties such as Lincolnshire County Council (Highways, Environment & Economy, Countryside Access).
The long list of conditions includes prior approval of a Tree Protection Plan, details of external materials, surface and foul water disposal plans, proposals for the provision of bird nest features and bat boxes, cycle parking plans and details of doors and windows. The planned car park must be completed before building work starts, and no trees or shrubs may be felled between February and July. The development must be begun not later than the expiration of three years beginning with the date of the permission, 06/03/2018. Continue reading →
Earlier this month I noticed three rather nice videos on Youtube promoting the Lincolnshire Wolds which have now been compiled into one feature. Why not sit back, take your mind off mustard gas down in the woods and see how many places or people you recognise!
Don’t miss a rare opportunity to see David Lean’s classic Brief Encounter, starring Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson, on a large outdoor screen in the beautiful grounds of Jubilee Park on July 16. The doors will open at 9.00pm and the film will start at approximately 9.30pm depending on light levels.
Not long now! Here are three suggestions for time out at Easter in Woodhall Spa:
Kinema In The Woods: Live streaming of The Railway Children Stage Show
Monday 28 Mar 2016, 5pm to 7.15pm
The Olivier award-winning stage show of E. Nesbit’s THE RAILWAY CHILDREN steams into cinemas this Easter Monday. York Theatre Royal’s production of Mike Kenny and Damian Cruden’s imaginative stage adaptation, was filmed at the National Railway Museum in Yorkshire and is directed for the screen by International Emmy award-winning Ross MacGibbon. Kinema In The Woods Lincolnshire LN10 6QD Book your ticket nowContact details
A group of visitors from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario, is in town this week for the UK launch of their thrilling documentary about the UK tour of VeRa, one of only two Lancaster bombers in the world still flying. The film will be shown to the UK public for the first time tomorrow at 1pm, in the Kinema in the Woods. Commissioned by the Warplane Museum and produced by Suddenly Seemore Productions during Vera’s amazing British adventure last summer, the film was recently distributed and screened to full houses in cinemas throughout Canada, for free.