Comedy is back at the Tea House in the Woods

It’s the first comedy night of the year and a belter it is! Chris Brooker is back to compere the evening with the extremely talented Richard Morton closing the show.

Tea House in the woods, Coronation Road, LN10 6QD Woodhall Spa, Wednesday, 27 February 2019 from 20:00-22:30

Tickets £12 are available from Friday 25th January from The Book Fayre and the Print & Copy Shop in Woodhall.
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Book now to dine out with the Trotters

This is the show you’ve all been asking for – and it’s brought to you by the people behind the worldwide smash hit, Only Fools The (cushty) Dining Experience.

Meet the pride of Peckham in a night of eating, wheeling and dealing at the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa. The fun starts from the moment audiences you the Trotters and their friends for a knees-up. Meanwhile, of course, they try to drum up some cash and make a cheeky saving on the side. So why is the pub closed on the busiest night of the week…?

Book now for the Friday night – the Saturday show is fully booked.

Details (and a trailer…….):

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The Woodhall Spa Trail in winter

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.”

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Music for Woodhall: John Cooper

John Cooper showed interest in music at the age of 11 when his dad and sister attended music lessons, playing the electronic organ. It wasn’t long before they realised that John had an ear for music. He would often come home after their lesson and play the tune that they were learning before them, without the aid of music. You would often catch John balancing on one leg so he could play the pedals, although it wasn’t long before he was tall enough to reach them while sitting on the organ stool.

Years later now and you can hear him playing next week in St Peter’s hall in Woodhall Spa at 7pm, January 15th. Contact Philip Groves 01526 353225 for details. Continue reading

New Year’s resolution – join the twinners

On behalf of Dave Eldridge, WSTA Chairman:

Last year a merry band of Woodhall Spa and district families once again crossed the Channel to spend a long weekend with their French hosts en famille, and plans are now being drawn up for the next return visit by our partners from Roëzé sur Sarthe in May this year.

It seems likely that demand will exceed supply, as there may be more French families wishing to visit us than we have English families offering to welcome them into their homes, so we would be very pleased to hear from anyone in Woodhall spa who would like to join in the fun.

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Woodhall Spa Christmas Fayre 2018

This year’s Christmas Fayre takes place on Friday 7th December in Station Road and The Broadway from 6.00 to 9.00 pm. All the traditional activities and features established over the years will be there and the street will be packed with stalls and activities from clubs, craftsmen and local organisations.

 

The Christmas Grotto for Santa and his Elves will be a major draw for the crowds of children we see every year. Street entertainment along the whole closure area throughout the evening will feature Morris dancers, street musicians, mascots, Clowns (the friendly variety!!!) and children’s fairground rides. The County Linx Radio Bus will again provide music and a focal point for singers and other entertainment in the centre of the village near The Co-op.                Continue reading