Brinkhill Open Gardens
2nd July 2017
The beautiful wolds village of Brinkhill will hold open gardens on Sunday 2nd July 2017 from 2pm until 5.30pm in aid of The British Heart Foundation and St Philips Church. Several Gardens are on show including the vineyard and the wildlife pond. Cream teas available in the lovely garden setting of Tennyson Vale. Plant sale, observation bee hive and raffle to win a hamper.
Tickets £3.50 per adult on the day. Children free.
Please come and join us. All are welcome.
Spilsby Show 2017
9th July 2017
The Spilsby Show is an annual event, held each year on the second Sunday of July. Once, second only in size to the Lincolnshire Show, the event may now be held on a smaller scale, but it is still one of the most popular events in the county's calendar. The Show is organised by a dedicated Committee of over 25 people, who all work from November to Show day, planning the event and making sure it all goes smoothly, enabling our visitors to have a great day out with their family and friends.
15th July 2017
Supporting the limited Saturdays-only train service on the ‘Brigg Line', join the Lincolnshire Ramblers for a 7 mile linear walk along public footpaths from Barnetby to Brigg visiting the historic Wrawby post mill along the way.
At the end of the walk, enjoy the afternoon in the delightful market town of Brigg before catching a return train.
All welcome - walk is free but train fares apply.
Depart: Gainsborough Central 09.01, Kirton Lindsey 09.15, Brigg 09.24 to Barnetby.
Depart :Cleethorpes 09.26, Grimsby Town 09.34 to Barnetby
Start: 9.55am BARNETBY station.
Return trains from BRIGG :
Depart: 15.50 to Kirton Lindsey, Gainsborough and Sheffield.
Depart: 17.20 to Barnetby, Habrough, Grimsby and Cleethorpes.
Leader: Stuart Parker, tel: 01522-534655
Revesby Country Fair
6th August 2017
The great day out for all the family
The Free Men of the Wolds!
10th September 2017
10am 6 miles 3 hours – As part of the Heritage Open Days, we discover what the Charter of the Forest meant to our ancestors and how it created the protected landscapes that we know and love today. From the arable fields and woodland to the commons and villages – it's all in the Wolds!
Start: Interpretation panel A16 Fotherby, Louth
Parking – considerate roadside parking in the village
Grid Ref: TF 315 915 OS Map 282 Postcode LN11 0UG
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