What To Do This Bank Holiday Weekend..

If you’re stuck for ideas on what to do this Bank Holiday weekend, here’s a few ideas of what’s on in and around Lincolnshire, to make sure you have an enjoyable and relaxing time.

Tattershall Castle – Medieval Archery Weekend

Saturday 28 May 2016 to Monday 30 May 2016


Test your skills with a longbow over the weekend with the Wolfshead Bowmen. Come and see if you can hit the target using a longbow. Taking residence all weekend, the Wolfshead Bowmen re-enact medieval life with have-a-go archery. Includes talks on weapons and armour as well as a fantastic archery display. Booking Not Needed. Dogs on leads welcome.

A National Trust Event – Gates open 11:00. Start 11:00. End 16:00. General Admission Prices Apply. For more details please phone the contact number below.                                                                                                                         Tattershall Castle, Sleaford Road, Tattershall, Lincolnshire LN4 4LR Tel: 01526 342543

Poppies: Wave At Lincoln Castle

From 28th May – 4th Sept 2016

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If, like me you didn’t get to see the sweeping wave of red poppy heads at The Tower Of London, this is a must see. Thousands of ceramic poppies, seen previously in a famous Tower of London installation, will be assembled to form a cascading arch over the walls at Lincoln Castle as part of the UK-wide tour.

The castle grounds are open each day from 10am to 5.30pm (main castle attractions close at 5pm).

Although entry to the castle grounds to view the sculpture is free, the usual admissions charges will apply for the other castle attractions.

Claythorpe Watermill and Wildfowl Gardens

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Tranquil and beautiful, the former watermill is a little gem at the heart of 2.5 acres of loveliness, nestling between Alford and Louth. Sit by the river, meet the birds and animals, soak up some history, have a fabulous lunch, or let the kids off the leash in our woodland play area. There’s a little something for everyone… and something for every little one.

Adult £5.45 Child (age 3-15) £3.50 Seniors £4.95 Two adults, two children £16 (Admission allows you to return as often as you like for 12 months). Sorry, no dogs are allowed. Visit www.claythorpewatermill.com for more information.

Whatever you do this weekend, “have a good one”! X