A Trail will be launched in Spilsby as part of the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival, to celebrate the life and achievements of the arctic explorer, Sir John Franklin. Franklin was born in Spilsby in 1786 and was raised in the town, later being educated at Louth Grammar School, but by the age of 14 he…
House visits had to be made due to the volume of interest.
Embassy Theatre: Friday, February 16 – 6pm onwards.
“Like a garden, the installation is a living and growing collection of different clock species” – Artist, Luke Jerram.
On Saturday 27th January The Village Church Farm are joining other museums and events around the country in the celebration of Holocaust Memorial Day. Their war memorabilia from the 2nd World War will be out on display. The Holocaust Memorial Day on the 27 January marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp.…
East Lindsey District Council will not fund restoration of Skegness’ Tower Gardens Pavilion.
Alec Gurney’s funeral will take place at St Matthew’s Church, Thursday, January 11 at 12.30pm.
“We have data going back over 130 years in Skegness so it would be a real loss if we can’t find a replacement.”
The event will run from 10am-4pm. (Monday, January 1) at The Village Church Farm, Skegness.
The winter solstice – (December 21, 2017)