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.
Open Farm Sunday
11th June 2017
10am until 4pm at Sutton Estate, Stainton le Vale, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN8 6HP,
We have an abundance of things to see and do at this years Open Farm Sunday and we cannot wait to welcome you all to the farm. From our farmers market with lots of scrumptious Lincolnshire produce and free tractor and trailer rides all day long and there's both guided and self-guided farm walks to enjoy as well.
An evening with Nick Barratt
15th June 2017
7.00pm at St Andrews Church, Utterby
Dr Nick Barratt obtained a PhD in history from Kings College, London before joining the National Archive and Public record office. He worked in television as a specialist archive researcher for a number of programmes including ‘Who do you think you are'. Nick is a presenter, a prolific reviewer and commentator on all aspects of history, notably, family history.
Refreshments available – donations to St Andrews
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