Events in Lincolnshire

See here for details of events organised around Lincolnshire

QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE EVENTS IN LINCOLNSHIRE:

 

DEEPING ST JAMES PARISH COUNCIL

Deeping St James Parish Council will be lighting their beacon on Jubilee Park Deeping St James on the evening of Thursday 2 June 2022 with entertainment from local folk duo ‘Pennyless’ and refreshments provided by the Parish Council – see attached poster

DSJPC Jubilee poster

 

TETNEY PARISH COUNCIL

Tetney Parish Council have arranged a scarecrow festival for the jubilee week with scarecrows to have a royal theme, anything goes from Henry VIII and Queen Victoria to Princess Charlotte and corgis. We are also promoting street parties with neighbours on Sunday 5th and 2 singers from the village will be performing at various locations around the village.

TETNEY Platinum jubilee scarecrow poster_

TETNEY Platinum jubilee street party poster

 

EAST KEAL, WEST KEAL & KEAL COATES

Residents of three local villages, East Keal, West Keal and Keal Cotes, have come together to form The Keals’ Platinum Jubilee Committee.  We decided to organise a weekend of free events for residents to come and celebrate together.  We have been busy hosting lots of fundraising events over the last 6 months to ensure that attendees can turn up and enjoy the event without worrying how much it could cost them.  This was really important to us.  East Keal Parish Council have kindly donated £120 to cover half the cost of toilet hire.  West Keal and Keal Cotes Parish Council kindly donated £50 to the event.

 

We have arranged the following:

 

Saturday 4th June from 10am till 4pm at The Keals’ Village Hall a Family Fun Day.  There will be Royal Scarecrows with a Quiz, Jubilee Themed Outdoor Games, Memorabilia Display, Music, Raffle and Refreshments.

 

Sunday 5th June from 12pm till 5pm at Manor Farm, East Keal is an exclusive event for residents of East Keal, West Keal and Keal Cotes.  We will be having our “Big Jubilee Lunch” by inviting residents to bring their own picnics and join together for a BBQ and refreshments.  There will also be a DJ for dancing.  Plus the Royal Scarecrow Display, Jubilee Themed Outdoor Games, a Big Red Double Decker Bus and a Raffle.  We will also have our own version of the “Last Night of the Proms” to end the event.

 

We have also organised The Keals’ Platinum Villager Award to be awarded to 3 residents who have been nominated by other residents for helping out, cutting the grass, putting the bins in and out, being a good neighbour, offering support etc.

 

Our fundraising has gone so well that we will also be able to donate to 6 local charities chosen by the committee.

SWINDERBY 

Swinderby Jubilee poster

 

LANGTOFT

LANGTOFT picnic in the park poster A5 version

 

INGOLDSBY

INGOLDSBY jubilee timetable

 

WIGTOFT

The jubilee celebrations take place on Sunday 5th June at Wigtoft Village Hall.  Anyone from the village is invited to bring a picnic to the event where there will be all sorts of games and things to do, including a fun riddle quiz, pin the jewel on the crown game, balloon game and Royal Bingo.

There will also be games left on each table that can be done anytime throughout the afternoon including;  Make the most words out of “Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee”; “What’s in your mobile” game and for the younger ones, colour the crown which can then be worn and a placemat with a wordsearch and two other children’s games on it.

All games will have small fun prizes.

There will be a free glass of bubbly and cake to toast the queen.

 

In addition to this there will be a planting of an oak tree in the wildlife garden which is behind the village hall (sponsored by the Parish Council).

 

CARLBY

Carlby Parish are celebrating, starting with

 

Thursday evening, to gather on the village green at the beacon lighting time.  We have no facilities for a beacon so we are have a large light beam in the sky with everyone holding candles/torches/phone lights and toasting with a glass of fizz

The celebrations continue through the weekend with:

Friday 3rd  Pub night at the village hall with a royal themed quiz

Saturday 4th  St Stephen’s church PCC are hosting a Garden Party at the Rectory 2-4pm with cakes, games and flowers

Over the weekend there will be a village treasurer hunt picture quiz and a commemorative tree planting on the village green and our lovely play park with newly installed equipment will be available to all.

Sunday 5th June a special church service and  bring your own picnic

 

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