Even though it’s the low season just now and we all need a good reason for venturing out, my more-or-less monthly notice board trawl has yielded some interesting results:
Organist Paul Carman is the featured entertainer at Music For Woodhall on January 19th at 7.30 pm, in St Peter’s Church Hall. Tickets are available from Philip Groves, 01526 353225, and they are priced at £5 for members, £7 for non-members. More information from the Horncastle News. Here’s an example of Paul’s laid-back jazz style:
The Woodhall, Coningsby, Tattershall and District History Society are keen to attract new members and the best way to try it out is to turn up at their next meeting on January 13th, at 7.30 pm.
The cost is only £2 per meeting, or £10 per year. The Society meets at the United Methodist Church, Silver Street, Coningsby, on the second Wednesday of the month. More information on this Woodhall Spa Community web page, (last updated December 2011)
It’s Antique Valuation day at the Cottage Museum’s community room on January 19, from 10am to 1 pm. David Leyland from VOC Antiques will be on hand to give expert advice. Enquiries: 01526 352753.
The Woodhall Spa Forties Weekend is never far from the village consciousness, so it comes as no surprise that fundraising has started for the 2016 event, scheduled for July 16 t0 18. And this time there’s a feminie touch, with a Ladies’ Evening on January 27, at Coronation Hall. On offer – a glass of fizz(cold), supper (hot), a fashion show (possibly also hot), and a raffle. Tickets, £15 from Pat Parry, 01526 352355, The Book Fayre, Vintique or Expressions.
Last but never least, there’s a coffee morning on February 12th in aid of Lincoln’s St Barnabas Hospice, at the Dower House Hotel, from 10 to 12am. All welcome.