From the Woodhall Spa noticeboards June / July 2018

Less than a month to go for the Forties Festival, (July 7/8) but in the meantime, there’s plenty going on the village. Here’s our latest What’s On guide, culled from the famous white fence:

 

 

 

June 10

Go crazy at the Cottage Museum’s Mad Hatter’s Tea party. The fun starts at 2.pm and there may well be zany games and an unusual version of croquet on the lawn. Web Page            

 

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June 12

Age UK are holding a Summer Festival, from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. Events web page. Contact: 01507 524242

There’ll be plenty to see and do, including entertainment; craft and artisan food stalls; advice about making the most of later life, and the opportunity to learn new skills and join in with activities designed especially for people over 50. Admission is free”

 

 

June 16

Woodhall Spa Rotary Club present their annual Big Band Night. Tickets are £22. As usual parties of 6 or more will have reserved tables. For tickets please contact Ian Ramsay,
Newlands, 56 Woodland Drive, Woodhall Spa LN10 6YG, Telephone: 01526 352881 or book online here.

 

“This year our musical extravaganza at The Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby returns to its traditional Big Band format and its traditional mid-June date. As usual the evening will begin with a picnic party under the watchful eye of Just Jayne, Lincolnshire Aviation Centre’s historic Lancaster accompanied by the strains of Kodacrome to get your toes tapping. The evening will be hosted in one of the country’s most atmospheric venues, surrounded not only by Just Jayne but a setting of memorabilia that takes you back three quarters of a century, and appropriately this year our headline band is The Royal Air Force Squadronaires, one of the United Kingdom’s finest big bands, with a history going back to 1939 when many of London’s professional musicians were recruited into the Central Band of the Royal Air Force.”

June 19

This month’s visiting organist at Music for Woodhall will be Mark Thompson. “Mark has been playing the Electronic organ from the age of seven. He began playing concerts at the age of fifteen, and now travels up and down the UK, and abroad, playing the Yamaha EL90 for organ societies, festivals and private functions. In 2002 Mark played in, and won, the ‘Young Theatre Organist of the Year’ competition and has performed on many of the country’s top theatre organs since.” He will be on stage at St Peter’s Church Hall, Woodhall Spa, 7.30pm. Contact Philip Groves 01526 353225. Website

 

 June 23 / 24

The garden at 3 Aldeburgh Close will be open in aid of the Woodhall Spa Mothers’ Union. Entry is £2.50, including refreshments. Web page

 

 

July 6

Enjoy a Charity Dance at Coronation Hall at 7pm., in aid of the Ark Animal Trust. Entrance is £7.00, including an American Supper. Contact details: 01526 388675 or 0780 6955550

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