November Events24th October 2014
Through the dark skies, cold nights, fresh breezes and leaves changing there is something about November there remains significant. As we look up we can expect the sky to be illuminated by the vibrant colours of fireworks!
With our facilities and entertainment coming to close Tattershall Lakes Country Park still remains open up until New Years! You can use us as a base to escape and snuggle up with your loved ones or venture off park to discover what Lincolnshire has to offer during November.
Below we’ve just handpicked some of our favourite events and attractions to visit this month.
15th – 16th November
This beautiful 15th Century castle will be hosting a Christmas Market for you to find that special someone a special unique gift. Explore the grounds, enjoy the food and take in the historic atmosphere. Then end your day by climbing 149 steps up the spiral staircase right to the top, where you will be blown away with the stunning surrounding views of the area…. Well worth all them steps!
Lincolnshire Food & Gift Fair
29th – 30th November
Why not think about stopping by the Food & Gift Fair at the Lincolnshire Showground, just 2 miles north of Lincoln. There will be myriad gifts, handicrafts and unbeatable delicacies from local suppliers plus free samples. choirs, cooking demonstrations and more. If you have been stuck for gift ideas for Christmas, then this would be an excellent place to start! The fair is open from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Get inspired by great local Lincolnshire cooking and craftsmanship.
There’s nothing like a good game of bowling with your family and friends especially when its at great value! Get stuck in trying to beat your opponent in this modern bowling alley and enjoy some delicious food and refreshing drinks to end your family day out.
Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park
Set in the most stunning surroundings of natural beauty make your way to the park to experience flying displays, amazing animal shows, pig racing, tropical butterflies, reptile sessions and much more. Plus there’s even a indoor play area for children and barn style tea rooms for the adults to have a cuppa in the warmth.