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These are the events coming up over the next week.

Friday, May 20

Afternoon tea, chat and activities - 2pm to 3.30pm, United Reformed Church Hall, Broad Street, Stamford. Part of Evergreen Care Trust’s Building Better Mental Wealth.

White calendar with coloured push pins. Photo: istock/MicroStockHub
White calendar with coloured push pins. Photo: istock/MicroStockHub

Sparkling Eyes - 7.30pm, Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Broad Street, Stamford. A new musical by Stamford Showstoppers. Tickets £14 from www.stamfordcornexchange.co.uk

Yarwell and Nassington Britannia Band present The Greatest Show on Earth at Nassington Church at 7.45pm (doors open 7pm). Also introducing Elton School Band and includes a bar, raffle and display of old regalia. Tickets £10 from Oundle box office on 01832 279086, Nassington Stores or Mould’s Butchers.

Stamford International Music Festival -7pm Beethoven, Schubert and Arensky Stamford Arts Centre; 9.15pm Late Night Schubert Stamford Arts Centre

Stray’s Jazz night - Neil C Young at The Corn Exchange Theatre Lounge, Stamford. 7.30pm for 8pm.Tickets £10 from www.strays.coffee/jazz

Barnsdale Gardens hosts spring vegetable week every day from 9am to 4pm. Until May 22. Productive areas normally off-limits will be opened and resident gardeners will be available to chat about vegetable production. Demos and tours of the kitchen garden. Free with admission. More details at www.barnsdalegardens.co.uk

Makers Mews Stamford craft event at Browne’s Hospital in Stamford from 10am to 4pm. Refreshments, raffle and stalls from local makers. In aid of MindSpace Stamford.

Two exhibitions at Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery in Corby Glen, midday to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Admission free. Featuring Lyn Lovitt, ceramics, painting and prints; and Saria Monsen-Elvik, paintings. Runs until June 8.

Saturday, May 21

Stamford International Music Festival - 7.30pm Beethoven Septet Stamford Arts Centre

Jane Schofield craft workshops at Stamford Arts Centre art room, 10am to 12.30pm. Jubilee bunting. £10.

Sparkling Eyes - 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Broad Street, Stamford. A new musical by Stamford Showstoppers. Tickets £14 from www.stamfordcornexchange.co.uk

Plant sale, coffee morning and light lunch - Bourne Abbey Church Hall. Doors open 9.30am. Raffle, homemade cakes and filled rolls with homemade soup served from midday. Donations welcome from 8.30am. Proceeds to NSPCC.

Becky Mills in concert at Morton New Day Church at 7.30pm. Ticket prices: adults £12.50, 11 to 18 years £7, under 11 free. Contact 01778 570370 or rexcons@aol.com

Monthly country music night at Edenham Village Hall. Tickets cost £6 and include coffee and tea. Bring your own drinks. Doors open at 7pm. Country singer Wayne T will be performing

Start Archery Open Day between 10am and 3pm at Greetham Valley. £3.

Makers Mews Stamford craft event at Browne’s Hospital in Stamford from 10am to 4pm. Refreshments, raffle and stalls from local makers. In aid of MindSpace Stamford.

  • If you wish to get your events included in our diary dates, email details to: smeditor@stamfordmercury.co.uk before 1pm on a Tuesday each week.

Sunday, May 22

Open garden - Fox Cottage, Ashwell, LE15 7LX, 11.30am to 4.30pm. Two-acre country garden with ancient oaks. Homemade teas and light lunches. Adults £5, children free. Details: www.ngs.org.uk

Stamford Ukrainian Crisis Concert - The Prods, The Amber Squad, The Dancing Wuli Masters, Rita and the Rogues, Paul McClure, Archie Maclennan, Mat and Lottie, Stamford Ska, Eleanor Turner and Asa Monahan. Doors open at 12/30pm, Stamford School Oswald Elliot Hall, North Street, Stamford. Tickets £10 from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ukraine-crisis-concert

Stamford International Music Festival - 11am Trio Kurtág Coffee Concert Browne’s Hospital; 5pm Finale! Stamford Arts Centre

Classic Cars - Rutland Showground in Oakham, 10am to 4pm. Day tickets are £10 and children under 12 are free. Car parking free. Hundreds of cars on display, alongside market stands and club displays.

King’s Cliffe Heritage Centre in Bridge Street open from 2pm to 5pm. Displays village artefacts that bring to life the story of King’s Cliffe and its people in the past.

Monday, May 23

Afternoon tea, chat and activities - 2pm to 3.30pm, United Reformed Church Hall, Broad Street, Stamford. Part of Evergreen Care Trust’s Building Better Mental Wealth.

“Bermuda Shorts” Mon 23rd May 7pm –£2 - Oddfellows Hall, Market Deeping . A fascinating and amusing talk about a young journalist’s time in this exotic island. How he met the Queen (and his wife) and covered an assassination and two hangings! Not to be missed! Please call Virginia on 07711 883 938 to book.

Tuesday, May 24

Pissarro – Exhibition on Screen, Stamford Arts Centre theatre, 7pm. Tickets £15 (£13) £10 under 26s from 01780 763 203

Afternoon teas, chat, board games and opportunity to bring art and craft work. Stamford Free Church, 2pm to 4pm. More information from John on 01780 754641.

The Fossdyke - A Watery Tale of Mystery and Intrigue. Speaker Ian Morgan will be guest speaker at Bourne branch of the Lincolnshire Family History Society’s May meeting. Entry by donation. Raffle and refreshments. Members and non-members welcome.

Wednesday, May 25

Let’s Do Lunch, Waggon and Horses, Langtoft – 12.30pm – Join Nene and Welland Oddfellows for a carvery lunch. Please call Virginia on 07711 883 938 to book.

Katherine Priddy, Stamford Arts Centre ballroom, 7:30pm. Tickets £14 (£13) from box office on 01780 763 203

Folkingham History Group present a factual and fun talk called Lincolnshire Crime and Criminals by Tom Lane, Lincolnshire archaeologist, and folk musician and with ‘Steppin’ Stones’, Nigel and Terri at 7pm at Folkingham Village Hall. Non-members £4 and members £3.

Thursday, May 26

Afternoon tea, chat and activities - 2pm to 4pm, United Reformed Church Hall, Broad Street, Stamford. Part of Evergreen Care Trust’s Building Better Mental Wealth.

Bourne and District Flower Club features demonstrator Linda Smith at 7.30pm in the Darby and Joan Hall. There will be a books and scarves stall and a members competition on the theme of a celebration of Platinum Jubilee. Visitors welcome at a fee of £7.

Belshazzar’s Feast at The Barn in Baston featuring Paul Hutchinson and Paul Sartin. More at bastontradmusic.org. Admission is now £15 and you can bring your own drinks. Reservations and further information about concerts at The Barn from Alan and Maggie on 07526742289, 01778 560497 or a.wood571@btinternet.com



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