Forthcoming Events

2:30pm Sun 9th August 2020
Summer Social and cream tea

The Summer Social and cream tea, which was to be held at the home of Graham and Fiona Cook, has been CANCELLED due to the coronavirus restrictions.

 

Fri 11th to Sun 13th September 2020
Heritage Open Days

The theme this year will be "The past and pastimes - The Heritage of Lincolnshire's Leisure".

More details of venues will be given in the summer Newsletter

7:30pm Mon 14th September 2020
Lincolnshire Film Archive showing

A selection of Grantham footage from the Lincolnshire Film Archive will be shown at the Savoy Cinema at 7.30pm.

This will be a joint meeting with Grantham Local History Society.

Tickets £4 per person.

Names AND payment to Barbara Manterfield by Saturday 5th September please

Thu 24th to Sun 27th September 2020
Gravity Fields Festival

THIS FESTIVAL HAS BEEN CANCELLED THIS YEAR DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS.

IT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BY SKDC UNTIL 2022 ~ DATES TO BE CONFIRMED IN DUE COURSE.

10:00am Thu 8th October 2020
Boothby Pagnell and Corby Glen visits

There will be a visit to Boothby Pagnell's Norman Manor House and church and then to Corby Glen Castle and church.

This will be a joint visit with The Friends of Saint Wulfram's Church.

Own transport (or shared) please to arrive at Boothby Pagnell Village Hall, Ponton Road, Boothby Pagnell NG33 4DH at 10 am.

£10 per head including coffee.

Names AND payment to Barbara Manterfield by Saturday 3rd October please.

2:30pm Thu 12th November 2020
Talk on investment proposals for Grantham Town Centre

There will be a talk by Steve Bowyer, Chief Executive of InvestSK on "Proposals for Investing in Grantham Town Centre" and how it is planned to use the government grant awarded for this purpose in 2019.

The talk will be free and will be held at Grantham Museum at 2.30pm

12:00pm Thu 10th December 2020
Christmas Lunch

This year's Christmas lunch will be held at Belton Park Golf Club

Thursday 10th December at 12 noon for 12.30.  

An order form will follow with the October newsletter