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Normality is slowly returning to the Town Hall. Some activities have been back since May but others are postponing their return until autumn. Here’s what we know :-
Weekly and happening now:
Active Circuits – Mondays at 6.45 to 7.45pm
Seated Exercise – Wednesdays at 10-11am
Yoga with Jo – Wednesdays at 6 -7pm for beginners and 7.20 -8.30pm for the more experienced.
Slimming World – Fridays at 9.30- 11.30am
Waste Not Want Not bags – Fridays at 11am to 12 noon.
Town Hall Craft Club – 4th Saturday 1-4pm (monthly)
By August (hopefully!):
Evergreens -Tuesdays 2-4pm weekly
Church Coffee Morning (monthly) – 7 August 9.30 – 12 noon
WI (monthly) – 10 August 7.30-10pm
KLAGS (amateur gardeners) – Wednesday 18 August (monthly)
Town Hall Live’s first scheduled gig is 27 August
Summer Cocktail Sampling Night – 28 August 7.30-10.30pm (booking essential)
Tai Chi – restarts 8 September 11.30-12.45 (weekly)
Pilates – restarts 9 September 10-11am (weekly)
Kirton Call (amateur dramatics) -Thursdays 7- 8.30pm (weekly)
KLIX Community Cinema will re-open with a new season of films on 11/12 September.
Tea Dance restarts Monday 13 September 2-4pm (monthly)
Kirton in Lindsey Society – 28 September 7.30-9.30pm (monthly)
To ensure the building remains safe, certain safeguards will stay in place and sanitisers will remain at strategic points throughout the building.
This is a very difficult time for many of us but if you would like to help the Town Hall by making a small donation towards the upkeep of the building, you can easily send us small donations via PayPal using this donate button .
Simply click on the image then enter the amount you would like to donate and follow the instructions on screen. Thank you.
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall is steeped in history and twice saved from the brink of demolition. Its story takes us from prison to pillar of the community and is probably unique. It has been at the centre of the community for over a hundred years hosting dances, auctions, parties and meetings and cuts an imposing view at the head of the Market Place. Our strapline says it all: Somewhere Special in the Heart of Lincolnshire. For more information about the Town Hall Story please see the History & Heritage page.