About Boultham Park
The Boultham Park Project is an exciting multi-million pound development designed to restore the 50-acre green space in the south of Lincoln and create new facilities.
It is an exciting, £3.7 million project to improve this 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 through information boards.
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
There are so many ways to become involved in the Boultham Park Project, with an extensive community activities programme and a fundraising appeal. Find out details on this website, about events in the park and for the appeal, as well as some of the history and memories of what the park has meant to generations of local people.
An auction, fashion show, a golf day and a masked ball are just four of a series of the...
Between attending the Lincolnshire Heritage Forum Conference, Project Board meetings, and planning projects with potential partners, this month has…
It’s been a busy month for the Boultham Park Project! This month I’ve had contact with a huge range…
The Christmas break seems long ago now, but only because January’s been great! Claire Eldred, the Project Manager, has…
Linkage Celebrates Lottery Grant
- Don't miss the Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday, organised by volunteers from Witham Family Centre - 1-2:30pm http://t.co/KBYYEs1odA
- At the Society of Lincolnshire Archaeology and History talk about Lincoln's Parks tonight!