Park Stars: Mapping (11-14) @ Meet at the main park gate
Apr 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Boultham Park is hosting a range of FREE activities aimed at young people attending sessions for Children’s University, although they are open to everyone! Each monthly session has a theme and are aimed at a specific age group (either 7-11 or 11-14). Parents and carers are welcome to attend the sessions with their children.

Booking is advised as places are limited – please contact Verity Kirk on 01522 503197 or verity.kirk@linkage.org.uk

For more information about Children’s University and other activities available throughout the City http://childrensuniversity.lincoln.ac.uk/information/learning-destinations/public-learning-destinations/

Discover Boultham Park – Linkage@Lincoln Adult Skills @ Boultham Park (and occasionally Checkpoint Court)
Apr 30 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Discover Boultham Park - Linkage@Lincoln Adult Skills @ Boultham Park (and occasionally Checkpoint Court)

Would you like to get involved with the Boultham Park Project? Do you have a learning difficulty and would like to take part in daytime opportunities? Join us to discover exciting activities at Boultham Park, to help support the restoration project! Do you need support? Bring your own or contact us.

We are looking for a group of volunteers to join ‘Discover Boultham Park’. Take part in activities every week at the park and plan projects as a group such as:

- Nature activities like pond dipping and bird watching
- Arts and crafts
- Photography and filming
- Hands on volunteering tasks like bulb planting and tidying the park

There is also the chance to complete certificates like the Lincolnshire Volunteer Card, John Muir Award and RSPB Wildlife Action Award. This is part of the Linkage Adult Skills Service and the Boultham Park Restoration Project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Thursday Afternoon’s 3-5pm
Starts 19th March
Boultham Park, Lincoln

For more information and to book please contact: Chelsey.Barnes@linkage.org.uk or call 01522 503180

Boultham Park Restoration Project is an exciting, £3.7 million project to improve this 50-acre Grade 2-listed park, develop a café and shop, restore the old stable block and convert it to an education centre, restore the fountain, bandstand and the lake, improve lighting, pathways and seating. We also want to show the fascinating history of the Park and the Ellison family.

The project by the Linkage Community Trust and City of Lincoln Council is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund Parks for People programme.

Over the next five years, we will work with local residents and organisations to ensure the park is being used to its full potential. Boultham Park is a special place to many local residents, and this project aims to revitalise the park, creating lasting memories for more local people! There are so many ways to be involved: explore the website, attend an event, donate to the project and share your memories.


We still have to raise £250,000 to make the plans a reality! Donate to the cause, attend the masked ball, plan our own sponsored walk, ask your company to become a business supporter… there are so many ways to help!


In 2014 alone, nearly 300 people have volunteered their time. Every contribution makes a difference, whether one hour, or one week. Please apply for the roles, get in contact with ideas for a project, or bring your group along to complete a task!


If you would like to organise your own event at Boultham Park, please get in contact.

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