Here’s a selection of things to do in and around Woodhall Spa over the next month or so, in date order:
September 16 / 17 (7.30 pm)
Broadbent Youth Theatre: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Box office 01673 885500, or book online here
“Two years ago this theatre beat off competition from the Nottingham Playhouse, the Baths Hall in Scunthorpe, The Lighthouse Theatre in Kettering and Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre to be revealed as regional winner of the Netmums Theatre Awards. Continue reading →
Despite the disappointing weather, there are still plenty of events up on the boards for the weeks to come to complement the forties weekend. Here’s our selection, in date order:
Tor-o-Moor Quilters are holding a show-and-tell at St. Peter’s Hall this Saturday from 3 to 5pm. Sales table, Fabric Trader, Book Seller, Tombola, Grand Quilt Draw. Entrance is £4 and the event is in aid of Home Start. Contact Doreen Hallet for tickets: 01526 352 087. Facebook EventsContinue reading →
“If you’re looking for a relaxing way to spend a Sunday afternoon locally, why not visit our open garden on Sunday June 26th, 2 – 5 pm, in Kirkby on Bain. We can be found at the end of the village nearest to the gravel pits; we are the 4th house from the end – you will see a yellow NGS sign to the garden. Parking is next door in our neighbour’s field.
Admission is £3, children are free, and there will be teas and delicious cakes and cream teas served! Continue reading →
Yesterday I spent an hour or so checking out the latest public notices. As research goes it was a very pleasant task, in the pre-spring sunshine, and I got the distinct impression that Woodhall Spa is waking up from the winter.
The Woodhall Spa and District Gardening Association is leading the way with three upcoming treats for the horticulturally inclined: