Grantham Civic Society is part of Civic Voice. Formed over 50 years ago, we are concerned with ensuring the historic market town of Grantham with its fine red brick buildings is enhanced, preserved and adapts to the needs of the residents and businesses in the 21st Century.

Grantham Civic Society has a Planning Committee which looks at planning applications within the town boundary which affect buildings or open spaces of note.

We try to encourage reuse of redundant buildings, sympathetic renovation and good new design. Our Awards Scheme looks at New Build, Shop fronts, Building Renovation and Environmental enhancement and recognises good design and sustainability.

Rivercare is a sub group with its membership dedicated to the practical aspects of cleaning out rubbish from the river, enhancing the landscape for wildlife and people.

Grantham has been identified as a Government Growth Point and its population is set to expand dramatically by 2030. Grantham Civic Society is consulted by South Kesteven District Council and has met with English Heritage on the growth implications to the heritage of the town.

 

 

     
    2019 CHRISTMAS LUNCH

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Join us at the Angel and Royal for the 2019 Christmas Lunch

Thursday 12 December - 12.00 for 12.30pm

Please fill in your menu choices and return WITH PAYMENT  to Barbara Manterfield by Thursday 5 December at the VERY latest.

£19.00pp for 3 courses

£ £16.00pp for 2 courses

 

To copy the menu opposite,

1.right click on the menu

2.click 'copy'

3.Open a Word Document on your PC

4. right click on the document

5. click on 'paste'.

6. Menu should appear as a picture in your document from where you can enlarge, print and fill in before sending to Barbara.

 

 

 

 

2:30pm Thu 7th November 2019
Lecture - Recent work at Tattershall Castle

A talk by James Wright of Nottingham University
on the recent work at the Castle to be held at
Grantham Museum - ENTRY FREE

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