The Gainsborough Heritage Association is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary this year and as part of the celebrations, they will be holding a 1940s themed dance evening taking place on Saturday 18 May. The evening will feature Room 21 Big Band, a 22-piece band with the Axholme Sisters as a special tribute to the Andrew Sisters playing some of the very best forties tunes.
Gainsborough’s popular monthly Farmers’ and Craft Market is being re-launched this month – with a brand new location and a great line up of local traders.
The market will have a fresh new look and brand as well as a new location on Market Street in Gainsborough where it will be held on the second Saturday of every month. The first market in the new location will be on Saturday 13th April.
A series of playful, imaginative and moving dance performances and workshops, from multi award-winning choreographer Katie Green, come to Gainsborough in May. The Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 is about determination and the extraordinary things that it makes ordinary people do, and is part of a three-year project leading up to the 2020 anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. Many of the passengers on board the Mayflower were from this area.
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There’s plenty to see and do in Gainsborough to keep your little ones entertained this half term. Here’s a selection of what’s on offer. You can also discover more exciting things to do by going to our visit page or what’s on calendar.
Mother’s Day is on 31 March this year and there’s plenty of ideas out there to show your mum you care. Whether it’s afternoon tea or going for a walk, here’s what we’ve found what’s available in Gainsborough and the surrounding area.
A fantastic weekend of gardening and foodie fun is being planned in Gainsborough this June with activities taking place across the town.
The Gainsborough Garden and Food Festival will be held on Friday June 7th to Sunday June 9th with a packed programme of demonstrations and a range of traders from the popular Continental Street Market event, as well as a host of local and regional producers.
Gainsborough Heritage Centre‘s temporary exhibition explores the Middlefield Dig which was a project involving residents, volunteers and the University of Lincoln. Archaeological excavations were carried out on and around the Middlefield estate to find out about its recent history, and to discover history going further back in time.
To find out more visit the Heritage Centre’s blog by clicking here.
A brand new butchers is set to open on Market Street in Gainsborough in the newly refurbished shop units delivered by Dransfield Properties and West Lindsey District Council.
This is the second unit to open up on Market Street this year, after the Bamboo Nail Spa, located next to the brand new Travelodge Hotel opened last month.
The Meat Storr headed up by Michael Storr and Natalie Powell from Gainsborough is set to open to the public on Saturday 16th February.
A brand new nail bar has opened on Market Street in Gainsborough as part of a wider town centre regeneration scheme brought forward by Dransfield Properties and West Lindsey District Council.
Bamboo Nail Spa is now open for business at 35 Market Street which has undergone a major internal and external transformation with stunning traditional shop front and a new internal layout.
Shop front grants are still available for other premises in the town centre looking for a makeover. Continue reading “New business to open as part of regeneration programme in Gainsborough’s town centre”