Alford Craft Market classes and workshops
1st January 2018
Have a browse through the interesting classes and workshops which take place throughout the year, loads to choose from - but book early!
Toynton All Saints Walk
23rd March 2018
11:00 am Meet at junction of Main Road and Eastville Road at Toynton All Saints near noticeboard and post box for a five mile circular walk. Grid Ref: TF396631
Further details ring Stef: 01205 270312 or Gill 01790 754797
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway
25th March 2018
Come and see behind the scenes when the trains aren't running at Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, as part of Discover Lincolnshire Weekend.
Museum, shop, engine shed, signal box and buffet will be open for free on Sunday 25th only, 11am - 3pm.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available, plus there will be a free draw to win family tickets.
Telephone: 01507 363881
Hey Clay! Oxcombe Pottery
25th March 2018
As part of the national Hey Clay! initiative organised by the Crafts Council we are hosting a drop-in day at Oxcombe on Sunday 25 March. From 10am - 4pm you and your friends and family are all welcome to come and discover the delights of Oxcombe Pottery, have a cup of tea and experiment with clay. We can tell you all about the different techniques and materials, introduce you to the kiln room, and tell you about out future plans. No need to book in advance, just pop us in your diary and if you have some spare time then come and see Oxcombe for yourself. The venue is fully accessible (no steps, parking right outside, lavatory facilities) and hidden in a picturesque spot in the Wolds that you probably haven't discovered.
The Geomorphology of the Lincolnshire Wolds
27th March 2018
Louth Naturalists', Antiquarian & Literary Society
7.30pm Conoco-Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate, Louth, LN11 0LY
AGM and DAVID ROBINSON MEMORIAL LECTURE: Helen Gamble: The Geomorphology of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Helen has worked in the countryside industry for 30 years in some stunning areas of the British Isles, and has been involved with managing geological sites for a large number of these years. Since moving to work in the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, Helen has been involved with the Lincolnshire RIGGS/Geodiversity Group, manages part of Welton le Wold site along with achieving her BSc (Hons) in Geoscience with the Open University.
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