What’s on: August 13 - August 25

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Our guide to what’s going on in the Market Rasen Mail area. Caistor diary dates provided courtesy of Alan Caine - 01472 851674 alncn100@gmail.com For other areas call 01673 844644 or email rasenmail@jpress.co.uk

Wednesday, August 13

Coffee morning in Caistor Methodist Church, 9.30am - 1.30pm, organised by National Citizens Service. Teas, coffees, cakes, raffle and, hopefully, some young musicians playing or singing.

South Kelsey Village Hall tea dance, 2pm - 4.30pm. Live music with organist Joanne Naulls. Cost £4, includes afternoon snack. Details: 01652 679348.

Thursday, August 14

West Wold U3A in the Festival Hall, 9.45am. Speaker: Pauline Wilson - Humorous Tales from Within these Walls.

Holton le Moor WI in the Moot Hall, 7.15pm. Speaker: Nicola Cardy - About Dementia. New members and visitors welcome. Call Megs on 01673 828674.

Rase Heritage Society meeting in Market Rasen Library, 7.30pm. Speaker: Colin Moore - Corn mills of Market Rasen. Non members £2. Details: 01673 844408.

Friday, August 15

Country Market, Salvation Army Hall, John Street, Market Rasen, 9am-1pm.

Limelight Theatre Group at Brookenby Theatre from 7.30pm. New members, aged 11 upwards, welcome. Details Ann 01472 852952 or Martin 01673 849809.

Prize Bingo at Caistor Sports and Social Club hosted by the Bowls Club, 7.30pm. All welcome.

Saturday, August 16

Charity open garden at The Crocosmia Gardens Nursery, North Street Caistor, 10am - 5pm. In aid of Hedgehog Care.

Family Bingo at Wragby Town Hall, 7.30pm. Everyone welcome. Proceeds to Town Hall funds. Details: Margaret - 01673 858067.

Sunday, August 17

Charity open garden at The Crocosmia Gardens Nursery, North Street Caistor, 10am - 5pm. In aid of Hedgehog Care.

Monday, August 18

Market Rasen Flower Club in the Festival Hall, 7.30pm. Rachel Poole - Natural Elegance. Visitors £5.

Wednesday, August 20

Singing for the Brain: For people with dementia and their carers, 1.30pm – 3.30pm in Middle Rasen Church Hall.

Lincolnshire Wolds Industrial Heritage talk in Nettleton Village Hall, 7pm. Free. Organised by Down Your Wold. Details: www.down-your-wold.co.uk or 01507 609740.

Saturday, August 23

Brigg Summer Food Festival, 9am - 3pm. Award winning Farmers’ Market and other quality food producers, with cookery demonstrations by local chef Nigel Brown and competitions. Details: 01652 657053.

Family fun day at The Olde Barn, Tealby, from 2pm, in aid of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.

Live Music: Paul Pearson, acoustic folk, at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre, 7pm.

Sunday, August 24

Willow Vale Nursery open day and Macmillan Coffee Day, 10am - 4.30pm. North Kelsey Road, Caistor.

Caistor Civic Society guided town trail walk, 2pm from the market place.

Grastonbury charity day at The Cross Keys, Grasby. Live music from 12 noon - 11.30pm. Proceeds to Grasby LIVES and Friends of Grasby School.

Monday, August 25

Big Breakfast at Keelby Church, 8.30am - 11.30am. Full English, £6 adults, £3.50 children.

Wrawby Mill Open Day, 2pm - 5pm. Adults £2, children £1, family £5. Details: 01652 653699.