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.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH TATTERSHALL MUSIC SERIES 2018.
Sunday 15th 12.30-1.30: July Bain Valley Children’s choir. We will be raising money for The Bain Music Foundation and Bain Valley Children’s Choir. All donations gratefully received. 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!
Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s architecture and culture by allowing visitors free access to interesting properties that are not usually publicly accessible or would normally charge a fee. It also includes tours, events and activities that focus on and celebrate the local heritage of the area. Since 1994 Heritage Lincolnshire has coordinated Heritage Open Days within the historic county. This year’s festival will be one of the biggest yet, with over 140 free events. The theme is Freedom, Justice & Equality to mark the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest, a copy of which is held alongside Magna Carta at Lincoln Castle.
The festival brochure was launched at the Lincolnshire Show on 21st June. It is also available from libraries, tourist information centres and heritage sites across the county and from our offices in Heckington. You can also download a printable copy here.
Romance and REVOLUTION: Lincolnshire International Chamber Music Festival Concert at Holy Trinity Church, Tattershall, Tuesday 1st August 2017, 7.30pm
Life Begins at Forty: Celebrating our Joint Artistic Directors Ashley Wass and Matthew Trusler, who have been performing for over two decades. Details on the Tattershall Church WebsiteThanks to John Dudley