Monday 4th May, in the village. There will be the usual stalls, live Ceilidh music and traditional dancing round the maypole by local children.
Our newly elected President, Jane Jefferson, welcomed 23 members to the meeting on Wednesday 1st April.
Thursday 30th April, features a man with local connections. Eddie Ruhier originates from Horncastle, but his step father lives in Gainsborough. Now living near Huddersfield, Eddie has been around on the organ circuit since he was a young boy, and remains faithful to the famous Hammond Sound, albeit from a modern state of the art organ.
Beckingham’s green opens on Thursday 16th April when the first club night of the season will be held from 5.30pm. Anybody interested in taking up bowls and joining the village’s only outdoor sports club would be most welcome – please wear flat shoes.
Some of the old cycles used by various Bygone Bicycle Societies and Vintage Cycle Groups sport the ancient acetylene gas lamps which for nearly 50 years were the main source of illumination for cyclists.
The Isle has many family fun days over the year and this week we have found this picture in our archive of one such event.