Our Guide to What’s On at Kirton Town Hall
We are in a very volatile situation at the moment and this is what we currently know about regular returning activity. The very latest news will be posted on our Facebook page or check with the organiser first.
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.
Browse or search our news and events below to find out about what’s going on in Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall . If you have an event you think should be added to the page, or want any more details about a date or event, please contact us.
You can also download and print our What’s On guide for September.
Whats On September 2020
26/10/2020 at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
NLC Sports Community Development Team : 01724 297270
Beginners Active Circuits class Suitable for all abilities Every Monday 7pm to 8pm Kirton Town Hall £3.50 per person,No booking required. Run by North Lincolnshire Council Active Communities Team
27/10/2020 at 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Louise : 07790 759003
Louise has always been interested in using natural methods for health and well being and believes that lack of appropriate exercise is a contributing cause of many ailments. Louise has been teaching exercise and fitness classes for over 30 years and has embraced yoga and pilates for the last 15years....
27/10/2020 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Nancy Smith: 01652 640272
Older persons friendship group
27/10/2020 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Martin Hollingsworth: 01652 648435
For more information visit www.kirtonlindseysociety.org.uk
28/10/2020 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Sharron Harris: 07752 246255
Chair exercises effectively assist you to exercise and move without putting undo pressure or strain on your body. Movement works to lubricate joints and keep them flexible, strengthen and stabilise individual muscles and increase blood circulation. This can result in a decreased number of falls and an increased ability to better accomplish day-to-day...
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