Events in South Holland in the week ahead

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Listings from Thursday, June 19 to Wednesday, June 25

Thursday

Paddy Ashdown talking about his book ‘The Cruel Victory’, 7.15pm, Bookmark, The Crescent, Spalding, 01775 769231.

Endymion Ensemble, part of Music in Quiet Places, 7.30pm, St Andrew’s Church, Billingborough, NG34 0QG, 01780 763203.

Transported: open book performance ‘A journey to the centre of your heart’, 10am-1pm, Pinchbeck Library, 07747 271820.

Transported: open book workshop ‘Making a flock of words’, 10am-12.30pm, Crowland Library, 07747 271820.

Market House Photography Group, Lincolnshire landscapes photo competition, entry until July 12, entry forms from Market House, Long Sutton, 01406 366767.

Exhibition of work produced at Unique Cottage Studios, until end of June, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday only, 10.30am-4pm, Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding.

Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, until Saturday, Stamford Shakespeare, Tolethorpe Hall, 01780 756133, www.stamfordshakespear.co.uk

Friday

Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show, Springfields Events Centre, Spalding, www.scottmaydaredevil.co.uk

Walk4Life SK Fen Friday Health Walks Group, meet 10.20am at Folkingham market square, 01775 750479.

Transported: open book performance ‘A journey to the centre of your heart’, 1-6pm, Holbeach Library, 07747 271820.

Cactus Society meet, speaker Rodney Simms on aloes and their cultivation, Weston Village Hall, PE12 6HU, 01775 750324.

Jumble sale, 9am-noon, Long Sutton Baptist Church.

Moulton Seas End’s Got Talent audition, 7pm, Moulton Seas End Village Hall, 01406 372624.

Polka Dot Pantomimes audition for Cinderella, ages eight to 18, South Holland Centre, Spalding, to audition phone 01775 712359.

Bingo, 7pm, Deeping St Nicholas Methodist Chapel.

Cream teas in the garden, 2.30-4.30pm, Southfield House Care Home, Woolram Wygate, Spalding.

UAH Btec sixth form music students’ concert, 6.30pm, University Academy, Holbeach.

Saturday

Mega bingo, doors 1pm, eyes 2pm, Women’s Institute Hall, Park Road, Holbeach, 01406 425947.

Rainbow summer Solstice festival, live music, arts and crafts, stalls, fun for the littles ones, animals and reptiles, food, from 11am, Five Bells, Tydd St Mary, PE13 5QH, 07943 636202.

The Rubettes and Racey, 7.30pm, Blackfriars Theatre, Boston, 01205 363108.

Strawberry tea, tombola, bric-a-brac, 3-4.30pm, United Reformed Church schoolroom, Bourne.

Wash cruise on the Boston Belle, meet 10.30am outside the lock keeper’s office, Witham Bank East, Boston, book 01775 764777.

Summer fayre, 11am-4pm, street party theme, tractor and trailer rides, entertainment, fancy dress competition, Holbeach Primary School, Boston Road.

Veteran military vehicle display, and tomorrow, fly past, entertainment, Hunstanton sea front, more details 07530 006867.

Teddy parachuting, 10am-4pm, and tomorrow, bring your own parachute (carrier bag/string), Moulton Mill.

Transported: open book performance ‘A journey to the centre of your heart’, 10am-1pm, Holbeach Library, 07747 271820.

Transported: creative consultation, Whaplode village sketch crawl, morning, 07436 162004.

Transported: creative consultation, Sutton St James village sketch crawl, afternoon, 07436 162004.

Gamelan, musical ensemble from Indonesia with metallaphones, gongs and drums, ages five-13, 10.30am-11.45am, St Gilbert and St Hugh’s Church Hall, Clough Road, Gosberton Clough, book 01775 841750.

Look around/helpers day, light jobs, learn more about the staff and the children, Garth School, Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, 01775 725566.

Mind, body and pamper day, noon-4pm, Bicker Village Hall, 01406 362120.

Sunday

Spalding People’s Parade, 11am-5pm, parade 1pm Neville Avenue, Maple Grove, Albert Street, High Street, Church Gate, Love Lane, Halmer Gate, Halmer Gardens, stalls, live music, demonstrations, Sir John Gleed School, Spalding.

Great British greyhound walk, simultaneous walk throughout the UK, hosted by Kamas Cave Greyhound Sanctuary (Holbeach Drove), walk starts 11am from the car park near the watersports centre, Ferry Meadows, Peterborough, 01366 383559.

South Lincolnshire Astronomical and Geophysical Society inaugural launch of International SUN-day, shows how to look at the sun safely with telescopes and screens, Baytree Garden Centre, Weston, 07714 096797.

Organist Howard Beaumont, 2.30pm, Burtey Fen Collection, Pinchbeck, PE11 3SR, 01775 766081.

Summer stroll, see the best of the season’s wildlife, 2-4pm, RSPB Frampton Marsh Reserve, PE20 1AY, booking essential, 01205 724678.

King’s Lynn Brass Band concert, 2-4pm, Ayscoughfee Hall garden, Spalding.

Charity tractor run, leave 11am for approx 20 mile run, returning approx 1.30pm, Hurdletree Bank, Holbeach, 07702 418382.

Cancer Research UK coffee morning, 10am-2pm, Moulton Chapel village Hall.

Horse and pony show, trade stands, dog show, London Road playing fields, Long Sutton, 01406 350326.

Monday

Tulip time Committee AGM, 7.30pm, Moulton Chapel Youth and Community Centre.

As You Like It, until June 28, Stamford Shakespeare, Tolethorpe Hall, 01780 756133, www.stamfordshakespear.co.uk

Tuesday

Armed forces parade, led by Spalding Marching Ambassadors, 10.30am, Hall Place/Market Place, Spalding.

Acoustic Cafe, ages 14-25, 6pm, South Holland Centre, Spalding, 07713 200782.

Transported: open book performance ‘A journey to the centre of your heart’, 9am-5pm, Spalding Library, 07747 271820.

Wednesday

Transported: open book performance ‘A journey to the centre of your heart’, 9am-5pm, Spalding Library, 07747 271820.

For the regular weekly listings visit www.spaldingtoday.co.uk or see next Tuesday’s Lincolnshire Free Press.

The information in this column is supplied to us, please ring the organisers where possible to confirm the event before setting out on your journey.