We are 121 years old! The Foundation Stone for the Town Hall was laid on 16th June 1897 (as part of the celebrations for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee) and the building was opened two years later on 14th June 1899 to much jubilation. The celebrations went on for 3 days!
If the building could speak it would have many stories to tell and we hope to bring some of these to you over the next few months. The only time during all these years that the building was shut (as far we know) was in 2009 when major renovations and extensions were done to bring the hall up to modern standards.
But we are closed now thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic and will not be allowed to open again for public use until the Government says we can. This means that, like so many small businesses, our income has disappeared yet the hall still has significant overheads.
We are appealing, therefore, for help from the community not to let all these years of public service be lost and ask that you help us with a donation (however small) towards keeping the Town Hall viable in readiness to open and serve the community again once the danger is over.
If you can help, please click on the link below and thank you so much. If you can’t help, we understand. These are difficult and challenging times for everyone. Stay safe and well.
Back in January Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall facilitated a meeting with a group of local people who w...
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