What’s happening in Binbrook, Wold Newton, Glentham and Nettleton.
Fair date - Binbrook Buffs have again taken on the organisation of the village Christmas Fair, which will be held in the village hall on Sunday, December 1.
Anyone wanting a stall can contact Karen on 01472 398949.
Gardening Club - members spent their recent meeting planning the programme for next year.
This will again feature a mixture of indoor speakers and summer outings.
The last meeting of the year will be the Christmas dinner on November 27.
There will then be a winter break and the club will resume in the Reading Room on Wednesday, March 19 at 7.30pm.
Village teas - The second Sunday of the month continues to be the day to enjoy a tasty treat in the village hall.
Teas, cakes rolls and other delicious home-baked refreshments will be served from 10am, with the next session on Sunday, November 10.
Proceeds from the teas goes to church funds.
Men’s breakfast - Another of the regular men’s breakfasts, organised by the Methodist Church, will be held in The Crown on Saturday, November 9.
This is an opportunity for men to meet and chat over a delicious full English Breakfast.
To reserve your place, call Peter on 01673 878806.
Wolds tour - Discovering the Lincolnshire Wolds is the title of the next course run by Nettleton WEA.
Starting on Wednesday, November 6, the five sessions will look closer at this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Take a virtual walk across the top of the Lincolnshire Wolds, as featured on Radio 4’s ‘Ramblings’ programme and take a closer look at the life of Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson; lost abbeys and priories; Bolingbroke Castle, birthplace of Henry IV and residence of kingmaker John of Gaunt, and look at the dark and violent past of Louth.
Leading the sessions, which take place in the Methodist Hall from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, will be tutor Peter Skipworth.
The full cost is £35, discounted rate of £31.50 and free in some cases.
For more information and to book a place contact Jean Childs on 01472 859347.