Sites Unseen Exhibition @ The Ropewalk
Jan 12 @ 10:00 – Mar 3 @ 16:00
Sites Unseen Exhibition @ The Ropewalk

Come and see the paintings of Hull’s hidden and unseen urban routes by Chrissy Collinson at the iconic Ropewalk!

Endless Horizons and Ever-changing skies @ The Steel Rooms
Jan 19 @ 10:00 – Mar 9 @ 16:00
Endless Horizons and Ever-changing skies @ The Steel Rooms

Lucy Fiona Morrison presents the Endless Horizons and Ever-changing Skies exhibition at the beautiful ropewalk gallery, in Brigg.

Harrison’s Garden @ The Ropewalk
Jan 19 @ 10:30 – Mar 24 @ 17:00
Harrison's Garden @ The Ropewalk

There’s not much going on in the garden at this time of year. But at the Ropewalk in Barton-on-Humber one particular garden will soon be blooming.

And from January 19, there is the chance to visit what is a unique creation, a landscape made up of clocks of every kind.

The brainchild of international installation artist Luke Jerram, Harrison’s Garden – which honours Barrow-on-Humber inventor John Harrison – will feature hundreds of clocks laid out in swathes of beds and borders.

Harrison’s Garden has recently completed a tour of National Trust properties and was due to be dismantled. However, a chance meeting with Luke led the artist to donate the exhibition to the Better Barrow Community Project which is raising money for a statue of John Harrison – and to offer to set it up.

The Ropewalk in Barton-on-Humber agreed to stage the exhibition and is now awaiting the imminent arrival of more than 2000 clocks.

Harrison’s Garden opens at 10am on January 19 and after it closes on March 24, Colin Young from Golding Young and Mawer in Lincoln – and Bargain Hunt fame – has agreed to auction the most valuable timepieces, while the remainder will be offered as momentoes for a small donation.

Luke Jerram is known for his innovative ideas, most recently his Museum of the Moon project seen in Hull.

“We were fortunate to meet Luke when Harrison’s Garden was at Gunby Hall,” explained Trevor Millum, chairman of the Better Barrow Community Project. “The exhibition was moving on to Penrhyn Castle after which it would have been dismantled so we’re really pleased it will finish in John Harrison’s backyard.

“We were also fortunate that Ropewalk had spare space in January to stage it for us. Golding Young were very interested when we contacted them about an auction of the best clocks and they are meeting Luke while he is at the Ropewalk.”


Pottery Café @ Holy Spirit Church
Feb 5 @ 10:00 – 14:00

Pottery and Café room, with a range of items for you which you are able to paint and other activities on offer.

All proceeds go to Inspiring Family Solution which provide support for families with children aged 0 -11 years old.

Runs term time only.

For more information contact Nikki on 07521 314 011.


Date Reviewed:  6.2.20

West Halton Sunbeams Toddler Group @ West Halton Village Hall
Feb 5 @ 10:00 – 12:00

West Halton Sunbeams is a toddler group where parents, grandparents and carers of children from birth to five can meet.

The children can play while the adults have a drink and chat.

Each week the children are provided with a snack and drink and a variety of activities.

This Parent and Toddler Group is during term-time only.


Date Reviewed:  6.2.20

Hibaldstow New Age Kurling @ Hibaldstow Village Hall
Feb 5 @ 14:00 – 16:00

Meets every Tuesday at Hibaldstow Village Hall from 2pm to 4pm.

For more information contact Bryan Sheppard.


Date reviewed: 14.08.19

Riddings Brigade @ Riddings Youth Centre
Feb 5 @ 17:00 – 18:30

A fun group for young people aged 6 – 11 years where you can meet and enjoy games, sport, craft and more with friends in a safe environment.

Takes place on a Tuesday from 5pm – 6.30pm at Riddings Youth Centre on Keelby Road, Scunthorpe.

Term time only.

Cost £1 per session this includes a drink and snack.


Date Reviewed:  6.2.20

Winterton Youth Club 11 – 16 years @ Winterton Youth Centre
Feb 5 @ 18:30 – 20:30

Winterton Youth Centre on Chapel Lane offers a youth club, get involved with our activities on sports night.

We also have a designated chill area.

Suitable for ages 11 – 16 years. 

Winterton Youth Club Autumn Term Timetable in the format of a poster

Brigg Amateur Social Historians present, Lincolnshire Explorers @ Brigg and District Servicemens Club, Coney Court
Feb 5 @ 20:00
Brigg Amateur Social Historians present, Lincolnshire Explorers @ Brigg and District Servicemens Club, Coney Court

Come and join us for a talk by Loretta Rivett, A raffle will be held to help towards costs. Light refreshments will be provided.

Cook 4 Life @ Broughton Community Wellbeing and Youth Hub
Feb 6 @ 10:00 – 12:30
Cook 4 Life @ Broughton Community Wellbeing and Youth Hub

Join us to, learn to cook, cook healthy meals, learn to read food labels, understand portion size and eat what you make.