An exhibition on a collection of Lincolnshire folklore by the renowned researcher Ethel H. Rudkin, who has long been regarded as the person who knows virtually everything about the customs of this county.
Lincolnshire Folklore delves deep into this area, extracting old beliefs, customs and stories including tales of Boggarts, Black Dogs, Witches and Tiddy People.
Check opening times before travelling as exhibition will take place within a shared space.
Come and visit Father Christmas in the Walled Garden Grotto from 11am to 3pm on the following dates:
Saturday 30 November
Sunday 1 December
Saturday 7 December
Sunday 8 December
Saturday 14 December
As well as meeting Father Christmas and enjoying the decorations there will festive face paints and glitter tattoos, plus much more.
Tickets can be bought from our Gift Shop on the day and cost £7 per child (accompanying adults go free) or for £10 you can add face painting.
Car parking is £4, or display your Normanby membership.
The Tree will be lit from 3.00pm on Saturday November 16th until 3.00pm on Saturday January 4th 2020 with music being played at both events, and is seen as a symbol of hope and comfort for those who find Christmas a sad and lonely time.
This provides an opportunity for all members of the community to place a memory card on it in remembrance of departed loved ones. Cards will be available from Design Orchard; E-Cig; Cure DM; Brigg Carers’ Support; St John’s Church; Brigg Methodist Church; The Deli Diner; Co-op Funeralcare; Naylors Funeral Directors and Brigg Tourist Information Centre.
Raffle tickets will also be available with the winners being announced on Saturday January 4th. A Book of Remembrance will be situated at The Tourist Information Centre for those who want to record an entry for a loved one in addition to placing a memory card on the tree.
All monies raised will be donated to the Brigg Carers’ Support Centre and The Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight.