Lincolnshire based Pink Floyd tribute act, Time Is Money is set to perform their debut concert at St George’s Academy in Sleaford on Saturday, June 29.
Revellers looking to enjoy a tipple or two enjoyed a thriving village beer festival last weekend, all for good causes too.
The Standard’s Andy Hubbert and Rachel Grafton were among invited guests to the Queen’s Birthday Reception at RAF College Cranwell on Wednesday.
Proceeds from the recent production of “Footprints – Songs of the Slea” have been presented to Lincoln County Hospital Stroke Unit. The show raised £650 for the unit.
Children enjoying half-term were treated to a special workshop at the Natioanl Centre for Craft and Design, run by Rhubarb Theatre Company.
Sunday June 9 saw the sun shining on the annual Sleaford in Bloom Garden Party.
Kesteven and Sleaford High School Selective Academy’s art department is running an art exhibition over the next few weeks in town.
A woolly version of the Boston Stump will be unveiled at the Keep Calm and Carry Yarn event to be held at Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft and Design.
The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government is being asked to sign off a planning application that would link up NKDC’s main offices for a supply of free heat.
A ‘feel-good’ Sleaford punk band have been chosen to play as part of a line-up for a top festival on the coast this summer.
Discover the history of the River Slea at Cogglesford Mill this Sunday, June 9.
An afternoon of musical entertainment is being held in aid of the British Red Cross.
St. Chad’s Church in Welbourn will host the LYRA Vocal Ensemble, a group of four Russian singers, on Saturday June 15 at 7.30pm.
A local village’s popular community choir, The Heckington Singers, is busy putting the final touches to its summer concert.
Entertainers and exhibitors from all walks of life were in Brant Broughton last weekend bringing the whole village together.
Some of you may remember a musical theatre group performing Chasing the Dream on Britain’s Got Talent, wowing judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
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The next Music Train event on the Sleaford to Skegness Poacher Line features an American clog dancing group.
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at the progress of Sleaford Leisure Centre’s current refurbishment, due for completion in October.
Community Lincs, a charity based in Sleaford but serving the whole county, is once again running a photographic competition starting on June 1.
The Artists of Navenby group enjoyed a really good weekend exhibition in the village.
Singers from across the Sleaford area are being invited to take part in a prestigious gospel singing workshop taught by the leading light of British Gospel music, Tyndale Thomas.
The Woodland Waters at Ancaster with its lakes and grassy banks provided the perfect setting for this year’s Annual Tour of Lincs 100.
○ Join CountrysideNK and Vippies Pet Services on a guided walk on Sunday.
A public briefing has revealed the progress being made on a multi-million pound refurbishment of Sleaford Leisure Centre.
Vi Hill of Sleaford Live had praise for the whole organising commitee and support team.
Organisers of all summer holiday activities within Sleaford can promote their opportunities for fun in the sun through a new passport initiative.
Cogglesford Mill in Sleaford combined celebrating National Mills Weekend with Real Bread Maker Week to host a range of entertainment.
What do you get if you mix voluminous bras, a rebellious washing machine, an under-taker, a marriage counsellor and the DSS? An absolutely hilarious farce by the Heckington Players!
Sleaford Museum Trust is hosting a talk on the iconic Heckington Windmill.
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Weather for Sleaford
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 13 C to 21 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 13 C to 23 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west