Play in a Day – Nettleton
31st May 2017
The brilliant Rhubarb Theatre will teach children a play all about Lincolnshire's chalk streams. They'll be dancing, acting and prop making. Drop the children off with lunch at 10am and come back to watch the show at 2.30pm. Perfect for 7 – 12 year olds. Completely FREE thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This is a bookable event – Tel: 01522 555780 or email
The Kiss That Missed!
1st June 2017
1 mile 1 ½ hours. Walk one 9:30 to 11:00 am and Walk two 12:30 to 2pm
It's bedtime at the palace, and the young prince asks his daddy for a goodnight kiss…. But oh no, the kiss misses and flies out of the castle window! Will you join Rhubarb's knightly quest to retrieve the kings kiss? You'll need to bring plenty of courage because we'll be venturing into the Wild Wood…
Suitable for children aged 3-8 years old who must be accompanied by an adult. Please dress appropriately
Booking via Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service on 01522 555780 – office open 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Leaders: Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service and Rhubarb Theatre
Market Rasen Family Balsam Bash!
1st June 2017
Come and join the residents of Market Rasen to tackle the invasive plant Himalayan balsam on the banks of their chalk stream, the River Rase. Starts at 10am, meet at the Football and Cricket Grounds. Wear suitable outdoor clothes, including wellies. Completely FREE thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Full details at www.lincolnshirechalkstreams.org. Tel: 01522 555780 or email
4th June 2017
St Andrews Church, Utterby between 11.00am and 3.00pm, during ‘Cherishing churchyards week'
An opportunity to meet our volunteers, explore our beautiful churchyard and you might like to help us research and celebrate its rich history.
Chalara ash dieback workshop
8th June 2017
Grassington Town Hall, Grassington, Yorkshire 10am – 4pm. On behalf of the Future Trees Trust the Forestry Commission invite you to attend the following free event: Chalara ash dieback workshop.
Content of the day's workshop can be found on the attached poster.
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