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We’re back!

We are in a very volatile situation at the moment and to find out what we currently know about regular returning activity, click this link.  We will try to keep this website up to date  but the very latest news will be posted on our Facebook page as situations can change so quickly. Please bear with us if things seem a little chaotic!

There have been a number of changes inside the building to ensure that it is safe and meets with current Government guidelines. This includes a one-way system to the toilets and sanitisers at strategic points throughout the building. Social distancing requirements mean that we are only able to use the large hall upstairs and all activities will be moved to there.

This continues to be a very difficult time for all of us but we are looking forward to welcoming you back and seeing the hall busy again.

 

Donations

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.

 

Get Involved!

We are a charity run by volunteers and need all the help we can get! Find out how you can get involved.

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The Venue

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.