Sunday 25th January 2015
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Country Markets - Alford

27th January - St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Church Street, Alford

9.30am – 12 noon

Country Markets - Gainsborough

27th January - Friends Meeting House, 22 Market Street

9am – 12.30pm

Farmers Markets - Louth Farmers’ Market

28th January - Market Place

9am – 2pm

Farmers Markets - Stamford Farmers’ Market

30th January - St Mary’s Street

8.30am – 3pm

Country Markets - Market Rasen

30th January - Salvation Army Rooms, John Street

9am – 1pm

Country Markets - Wainfleet

30th January - Wainfleet Methodist Chapel Hall, St Johns Street

9.30am – 11.30am

Country Markets - Sleaford

30th January - The Sourze, Riverside Church, South Gate

11am-2pm

Country Markets - Stamford

30th January - The Blue Room, Stamford Arts Centre, 27 St Marys Street

8.30am – 11am

Country Markets - Lincoln

30th January -

Bailgate Methodist Church Hall, 8am – 12.15pm

Lectures - Magna Carta 2015 – The Year of Pilgrimage

30th January - Lincoln, LN2 1PZ

2015 celebrates the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. With this momentous occasion Lincoln is hosting the 2015 Magna Carta Lecture Series; an abundance of inspiring and stimulating lectures taking place in Lincoln throughout 2015, all of which give a wealth of information on Magna Carta from a variety of contexts and perspectives. Lord Patrick Cormack, DL FSA will be starting off the 2015 Magna Carta Lecture Series with: ‘Magna Carta 2015 – The Year of Pilgrimage’. This lecture promises to fascinate its audience, and will take place in the Chapter House of the beautiful Lincoln Cathedral, a breathtaking backdrop for this Magna Carta Series lecture. Situated in the heart of Lincoln, Lincoln Castle has undergone a £22m renovation in line with the 800th anniversary celebrations of Magna Carta. Once completed, the castle will be the home of this consequential document which is one of only four original surviving copies.

Days Out - Introduction to Stone Carving

30th January until 31st January - Lincoln, LN1 3AA - For further details see www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/heritageskillscentre

Introduction to Stone Carving at the Heritage Skills Centre. On this two-day course you’ll not only cover everything from the ‘taster’ day course, but you’ll have the opportunity to design your own carving with inspiration from a selection of traditional designs and be able to produce a bespoke piece of work to take home with you. A brilliant next step for those who have been on a one-day course or for artistic beginners. Students attending the course should wear stout shoes, preferably steel toe capped boots if available, and bring overalls or old work clothes. All tools and materials will be provided. Suitable for ages 16+.

Music - Paul Jones and Dave Kelly

30th January - Barton Upon Humber, DN18 5JT - Details: 01652 660380

Paul Jones and Dave Kelly, Britain’s best blues duo, return with a show not to be missed at The Ropewalk. These long standing co-vocalists with The Blues Band get a big buzz out of taking things down a level, simplifying the music a little, and plying their trade as a duo, thus imbuing their very own personal and individual approaches to a dynamic, rootsy and exhilarating set of Country Blues.

Music - Young Folk Showcase

31st January - Barton Upon Humber, DN18 5JT - Details: 01652 660380

Young Folk Showcase at The Ropewalk, featuring NE3Folk. NE3Folk are a band on a mission. Intricate rhythms and dissonance intertwine in subtle and detailed arrangements to sensitively deliver a wide array of traditional and original tunes.

Social Events - Select Lincolnshire for Food, Drink & Hospitality Awards 2015

3rd February - The White Heather, Hemswell Cliff

This celebration of the county’s food and drink industry will be held at The White Heather on Tuesday 3rd February where the prestigious Select Lincolnshire Food and Drink Awards and Lincolnshire Life’s ‘Taste of Excellence’ County Cuisine Awards will be presented to the stars of the food and hospitality industry. The White Heather will serve a stunning, locally sourced fine dining menu to the 200 guests of the Lincolnshire food scene; and Select Lincolnshire are pleased to be working with their Head Chef to create a showcase of the county’s finest cuisine. Tickets are now on sale now and prices have been held at the 2014 rates of £50 per person and £450 per table of ten (10% discount).  The Awards are open to all those involved in the county’s food industry. Last year’s event sold out very quickly and organisers would advise you to reserve your ticket quickly to ensure availability.  Tickets are now on sale for the Awards and can be ordered from enquiries@lincs-chamber.co.uk or call 01522 846923 . The evening starts with a drinks reception at 7pm with carriages for 11.30pm. This is a ‘black tie’ occasion.

Social Events - Valentine’s Murder Mystery

14th February - Kelham Hall, Newark, Nottinghamshire - www.kelham-hall.com, 01636 980000

Put your detective skills to the test with this spectacular evening of fun, fine dining and entertainement. Who says love is dead? Sparking drinks reception, delicious three-course meal, murder mystery show, prizes for best detective. £35 per person or book a table for only £28 per person (based on 10 per table).