We all want the best for our children and grandchildren, but sometimes opportunities for enriching their development are hard to come by in a county like Lincolnshire, especially outside our main towns. Fortunately, help is now at hand.
Last December over 50 cultural, arts and education professionals attended an event called “What if Every Child Could Fly in Lincolnshire?” at Lincoln Drill Hall to demonstrate their passion and enthusiasm in supporting all children and young people in the county in having the opportunity to experience great arts and culture. The event was so successful that a follow-up event is planned.Continue reading →
“Frequency Festival of Digital Culture is a biennial festival hosted in the city of Lincoln, providing a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate.”If this takes your fancy, or even if like me you are intrigued by “creative collision”, then do check the programme out on the Frequency website schedule before you go. The festival runs from October 23 to November 1, with multiple events taking place in various city venues.
If you are in our patch between October 15 and 19, why not get your cultural fix for literature, performance, local history and crafts, all within a few miles of Woodhall Spa. The Wolds Words festival has been entertaining and informing us for the past 13 years, and we understand that 2014 will come up to our high expectations.
The festival website seems to be down at the moment, but you can download the full programme here or follow the festival on Twitter.
There’s lots going on in Louth, Mablethorpe, Alford, Skegness, Horncastle, Wragby and Spilsby, and in Woodhall Spa on the 17th we have an event: Continue reading →