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Events in Louth

Forthcoming Events

Mock Tudor - Architectural Deceptions In Woodhall Spa
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
An Ants and Nats talk presented by Edward Mayor.
February 21

A Dinner Engagement
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
A comedy presented by the New London Opera Group.
February 25

The Humour of George Orwell
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 2pm-4pm
A talk by Richard Keeble, hosted by the WEA Louth Branch.
February 25

Vigil for Louth Hospital and the NHS
Outside County Hospital, High Holme Road 6pm
Demonstrate your support for Louth Hospital and let people know what the NHS means to you
February 27

Empire, Collapse And Recovery
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
An Ants and Nats talk on Roman Coins presented by Alex Keyes.
February 28

Panto Crime
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 1pm and 7pm
Presented by Riverhead Youth Theatre.
March 04

Ottaway Lecture
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
An Ants and Nats talk on RAF Woodhall presented by Dave Bromwich.
March 07

Tea with T.E.D.
Elizabeth Court, Church Street 1pm-3pm
March 08

Organic Gardening
Salvation Army, Church Street 10am-1pm
Find out how to work with nature to keep your garden healthy and productive, with tutor Dave Newman.
March 09

Nicola Farnon
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
Jazz and swing music.
March 10

Hound of the Baskervilles
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
A Louth Playgoers production. Until 18th March.
March 13

Coffee Morning With T.E.D.
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 10am-12 noon
March 13

Heraldry, The Shorthand Of History
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
An Ants and Nats talk presented by Alexander Kerr.
March 14

The Branch Lines Of East Lincolnshire Railway
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
An Ants and Nats talk presented by Mike Fowler.
March 21

Steptoe and Son
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
Presented by Hambledon Productions.
March 23

Graffiti Classics
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
Classical music.
March 24

Louth Naturalists, Antiquarian And Literary Society AGM And Presidential Address
The Conoco Phillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate 7.30pm
March 28

Wonderwoman
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre, Victoria Road 7.30pm
A show about motherhood and ambition, presented by notnow Collective.
March 30


Louth is in a corner of England known for being flat and quiet. This is what goes on in this town:

People Demonstrate In Louth Against NHS Cuts        

People Demonstrate In Louth Against NHS Cuts

On 21st January people of all ages came together to demonstrate about the crisis in the NHS and against the continuing austerity that puts it under threat.
January 2017
Wolds Novelists Release More Words        

Wolds Novelists Release More Words

Whilst Wolds Words celebrates literature and nurtures new talent, local novelists have released new work in a range of genres.
October 2016
The 2016 Run For Life        

The 2016 Run For Life

Crowds turned out to watch and take part in the 11th Run For Life in aid of Cancer Research UK.
June 2016
Round-Up: Flood Forum, New Developments, And The Local Plan        

Round-Up: Flood Forum, New Developments, And The Local Plan

Anglian Water came in for criticism at a recent flood forum, but the company did pledge some improvements.
May 2016
Answering The Most Common Question About Louth        

Answering The Most Common Question About Louth

On a trip to the Labour Party Conference, many people had the same burning question about the market town of Louth.
October 2015
Pictures From The 2015 Run For Life        

Pictures From The 2015 Run For Life

A gallery of images from the tenth annual run in aid of Cancer Research UK.
July 2015
The 2015 Lindsey Patchworkers Exhibition        

The 2015 Lindsey Patchworkers Exhibition

The Lindsey Patchworkers bring colour to the Wolds with their biennial exhibition.
June 2015
Pictures From The Fourth Annual Bike Night        

Pictures From The Fourth Annual Bike Night

A gallery of images from the fourth annual Bike Night organised by Louth Lions.
June 2015
The 2014 Lovely Louth Awards        

The 2014 Lovely Louth Awards

Keen gardeners are rewarded in the annual ceremony, whilst Louth bags a silver gilt award for its In Bloom efforts.
September 2014
Neil Tuxworth Opens A Cadwell Park Exhibition        

Neil Tuxworth Opens A Cadwell Park Exhibition

The head of Honda Racing UK opens an exhibition that explores the history of the local racetrack to mark its 80th year.
July 2014
Events Round-Up: Food Festival, Opening Of The Horse Steps, And Louth In Bloom        

Events Round-Up: Food Festival, Opening Of The Horse Steps, And Louth In Bloom

Louth was abuzz thanks to events celebrating the regeneration of a historical beauty spot, floral enhancements, and local food.
July 2014
Pictures From The 2014 Run For Life        

Pictures From The 2014 Run For Life

Ludensians let their feet and imaginations fly in this annual 5km race.
June 2014
ELDC Recommends The Sale Of The Cattle Market        

ELDC Recommends The Sale Of The Cattle Market

The ELDC executive met to consider the future of the cattle market. Is its sale a done deal?
June 2014
Round-Up: Oil Drilling, Decay, And A Bestseller        

Round-Up: Oil Drilling, Decay, And A Bestseller

The Labour group in Lincolnshire announces a new fund to help people out, whilst Egdon Resources eyes up a piece of the Wolds.
May 2014
Councillors Vow To Go For Gold At The Annual Town Meeting        

Councillors Vow To Go For Gold At The Annual Town Meeting

A packed Sessions House hears the town council give its yearly report, and KLS hints at a legal challenge over the livestock market.
May 2014
UKIP And The Socialist Superstate        

UKIP And The Socialist Superstate

UKIP MEPs explain more about their attitudes to immigration, bankers, and the Human Rights Act at their public meeting.
May 2014

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Councillor Sarah Dodds holds a placard
        

Sarah Dodds holds a placard at a demonstration against cuts to the NHS.

January 21 2017

A crowd in front of the hospital on High Holme Road
        

A crowd begins to gather in front of County Hospital to protest against NHS cuts.

January 21 2017

A crowd in front of the hospital on High Holme Road
        

People protested in front of County Hospital against cuts to the NHS.

January 21 2017

Ros Jackson, John Hough, and Sarah Dodds
        

Placards urge people to Keep The NHS Working and Care For The NHS.

January 21 2017


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