Boston’s Celebration of Farming Event returns for its third year on Sunday 24th of March 2019. The event will feature a variety of vintage and modern farming equipment and tractors. There will also be stalls selling unique produce and items. Come along for a great family day out.
Free admission 10am-3pm
Boston Market Place Lincolnshire PE21 6EH
Sunday 24 Mar 2019
Here’s our selection of events for the next few weeks:
Coningsby, Tattershall and District History Society: There’s a talk by Michael Credland at 7.30 pm, titled “Tommy Goes to War”, at the New Methodist Chapel, Silver Street, Coningsby. Entrance £2.00. Contact 01526 354954
Michael is a well-respected authority on the role of the Lincolnshire Regiment in the Great War and on war memorials, and has presented his research and expertise in various publications.
Get up close to an enormous tiger and the beloved artwork from Judith Kerr’s much-loved childrens classic picture book, ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’. Celebrating the book’s 50th anniversary and over five million copies sold, The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition will come to Gunby Hall basement as part of a nationwide tour, from March 9th to April 28th.
The magic of The Tiger Who Came to Tea story is brought vividly to life with a giant cuddly tiger and an interactive kitchen, so that children can make their own tea for the tiger, as well as enjoying Judith Kerr’s iconic drawings. No need to book, but docheck the website for the latest information before you set out, or call 01754 890102. Continue reading →
Just because it’s January, there’s no excuse for not going out to enjoy our Lincolnshire countryside, and there are some really enjoyable walks not far from the village centre. I have mentioned the Water Rail Way, which follows the River Witham from Boston to Lincoln, but another favourite is the Woodhall Spa Trail, which connects the village to the nearby market town of Horncastle.
This trail features in the iFootpath Walking Guide online series where you will find a mine of information for each section of this walk. The succinct introduction talks of: “A 7 mile ‘there and back’ walk along the mid section of the old Horncastle to Woodhall Junction railway line in Lincolnshire, known as the Spa Trail. The trail, part of the Viking Way long distance path, passes through a mix of woodland and open countryside. Along the way you will discover impressive sculptures made from wood, stone and metal, all reflecting local wildlife and links with the past.”
The iFootpath web page also has a photo gallery and a couple of comments, one of which sums the walk up well: “Done this walk many times with the ramblers and ourselves. Never tire of – it’s a lovely winter walk even without your walking boots on. Well worth a visit and with pubs & tea shops either end you cannot fail to enjoy.”
” When high-flying US police chief Bill Hixon lands in Boston, Lincolnshire, with his 14 year-old daughter Kelsey in tow, he’s hoping they can flee their painful recent past. But this unfamiliar, unimpressed community will force Bill to question everything about himself and leave him asking whether it’s Boston that needs Bill, or Bill that needs Boston?”
Such is the storyline of “Wild Bill”, an new detective series commissioned recently by ITV. It stars Rob Lowe as the high-flying US cop who will shake up the East Lincolnshire force; you might recognise him from The West Wing, Parks and Recreation, Code Black or St. Elmo’s Fire. Continue reading →
Welcome to the first ever BBC Radio Lincolnshire Make a Difference Awards.
Celebrate people who’ve gone the extra mile in Yellowbelly county. We have five categories designed to celebrate people who’ve gone the extra mile to make a difference where we live in Yellowbelly county. Winners will be invited to an awards evening in Spring 2019. Nominations deadline: 12 noon on Monday, 31 December 2018.