bourne heritage centre
Exhibition on Bourne’s motor racing past, Charles Worth, railways, mineral water industry, pictured, Bourne at war and town businesses. Open 2 to 4pm Saturdays and Sundays. Admission free.
the deepings centre,
douglas road, market deeping
Deepings Remembered - exhibition on how The Deepings were affected by the First World War. Open 10am to 5pm Saturday, November 8 and Sunday, November 9. Afternoon tea will be served by The Inner Wheel and Deeping St James WI.
goldmark gallery, uppingham
Exhibition of pottery by Clive Bowen. 01572 821424.
nigel rhodes fine art gallery, stamford
Nigel Rhodes, Lincolnshire Native and Fine Art Dealer has opened his new Gallery, on the High Street, opposite The George, in Stamford. The opening exhibition will run until Sunday November 9. Open Monday to Friday from 10am-5pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am-8pm.
Everyone is welcome to come and view the available works by some very notable names: Sir Anthony van Dyck, Sir Alfred J Munnings, Dame Laura Knight, William Barraud, Thomas Sydney Cooper, to name a few.
Contact: 01522 569 522 / 07950 271898; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
War Stories: Peterborough In The Great War, on display until January 4 2015.
Permanent exhibitions include: Changing Landscapes - Geology, Ice Age, Wildlife. Archaeology - First People, The Norman Cross Depot - Prisoners of War, Changing Lives; History of the Museum; Victorian Operating Theatre.
robert fogell gallery, stamford
Exhibition of new paintings by artist Reg Cartwright, until Saturday November 8.
Gallery open Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am- 5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm.
rutland county museum
A Call to Arms - Rutland in the First World War. On display until January 2015
To commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, Rutland County Museum is honouring and remembering the local men that fought and died during the conflict.
The exhibition profiles the individual stories of Rutland soldiers including those from the Rutland Detachment of the Leicestershire Yeomanry and the men from the Oakham Postal Service that served. Includes original artefacts, medals and documents that reveal the story of life on the battle front. One of the highlights is a wonderful collection of letters that were written home by a group of young Rutland men who were away on active service.
This is the first of a series of themed exhibitions commemorating the First World War that can be seen at the museum between 2014 and 2018. Later exhibitions will explore other aspects of the war including life on the home front and the role of women.
stamford arts centre
Exhibition by John Alexander Routledge, until Monday, November 17.
3 maiden lane,
Lynn Armitage exhibition on display until November 15.