Arts & Screen

Cathedral teaches the teachers on heritage

After the success of its wildly popular teacher training day earlier this year, Lincoln Cathedral hosted another free training session last week to help teachers and schoolchildren develop an understanding of their local heritage and its significance.

Now in cinemas, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

FILM REVIEW: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

The dinos are back – but this time they’re in danger.

Painting group members Brian Oxborrow, Caroline Foster and Kate Roberts get help to mount their exhibits from two of the centre's volunteers. EMN-180406-081011001

Rasen art group exhibition at Caistor centre

Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre continues to be a much sought after exhibition space for budding and well-established artists.

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Lakeside showing for a Big Screen ballet

Pack a picnic, grab a rug and pirouette down to Tattershall Lakes Country Park on June 12 for a free showing of the ballet Swan Lake.

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Free book for children at Rasen Library’s celebration storytime

Market Rasen Library will be celebrating National Bookstart Week 2018 with stories and rhymes to encourage families to have fun reading together, anywhere and anytime.

'I am Not a Witch' is the next show on Louth Film Club's list.

Girl ‘witch’ focus for Louth Film Club showing

A film about a young girl who has been labelled a witch will be shown by Louth Film Club at the town’s Playhouse Cinema on Monday, June 4.


IN PICTURES: Enthusiasts take chance to view fairground memorabilia before it goes under the hammer

A viewing has taken place today (Friday) of more than 800 pieces of fairground memorabilia owned by a Boston-area family which is set to go on sale this weekend.


IN PICTURES: A scrumpy time at Carrington Rally

Organisers have announced a major headliner for next year’s Carrington Rally, which will mark 60 years since the festival began.

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Caistor cinema up and running ...........

The vision to bring the big screen back to Caistor became a reality on Saturday night.

Lincs Wildlife Trust aims to get a copy of the book The Lost Words in every primary and special school across the county. Images supplied.

Campaign to get ‘lost words’ omitted from children’s dictionaries into schools

Fears that common countryside words will forever disappear from children’s vocabularies has inspired a campaign by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

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Part of Caistor heritage saved from demolition

Two pieces of Caistor history have been saved from destruction thanks to developers working in the town.

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From ‘Dangerous to Delicious’ at Tattershall Castle

The Wolfshead Bowmen are taking up residence at Tattershall Castle for four days of medieval mastery.

Caistor Town Hall turns cinema next week

Curtain up on Caistor community cinema

Caistor’s much anticipated Community Cinema venture gets underway next week with a demonstration night in the town hall.

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Celebrate the royal wedding with free screening at Lincoln Castle

Catch Harry and Megan’s special day live on a big screen in the grounds of Lincoln Castle.


83 amazing photos of royal weddings from down the years

It’s just a day to go until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk down the aisle at Windsor Castle.

Traditional fun and games at last year's Green Man Day

Fun and games at West Rasen Green Man Day

Traditional family fun returns to West Rasen next month as the 19th annual Green Man Day takes place on Monday, May 7.

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Sign up for free craft workshop at Rasen Library

A free digital embroidery workshop will be taking place at Market Rasen Library later this month.

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Cultural focus for Brookenby author’s debut

A volunteer at Caistor Arts and Heritage centre has put her skills to good use by writing her first novel.

Mayor of North Lincolnshire Coun Peter Clark (third from left) and Mayoress Carol Clark (left) are pictured with members of the Lindsey Lodge Hospice Board of Trustees and artist Dennis Nash (right) at the Art Exhibition and Sale. EMN-180430-171706001

Hospice Community Art Exhibition and Sale success at Scawby

The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Coun Peter Clark, and Mayoress, Carol Clark have helped a charity-run hospice celebrate the success of its first annual community art exhibition and sale.

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