August saw a steady stream of parents and grandparents visiting Gainsborough Heritage Centre with children for a nostalgic trip back in time. They are the future generations and it’s important that they learn about the heritage of the town and what life was like for our ancestors.
The Centre’s appeal for volunteers is going well and they’ve had new people join the band of dedicated members who give up free time to help make sure the wheels of this awesome Centre keep turning. If you have time on your hands and would like to be involved please don’t hesitate to call in or contact them for an application form.
On Saturday 9th September a literary village event Is happening in Gainsborough Market Place, arranged by West Lindsey District Council. The Heritage Centre will having a stall with a huge display of books, many by local authors, that are currently on sale in the Centre’s shop. If you’re looking for a gift for a birthday or Christmas for that hard to buy for person then this is the place to be. You’ll only be a stone’s throw from the Centre so why not kill two birds with one stone and pop in and take a look round?
They open on Saturdays and Tuesdays from 10.00am to 4.00pm and are disability friendly with toilets and lift to all floors. Refreshments and homemade cakes are reasonable priced at the cosy Exchange Café.
Find them on the corner of North Street, DN21 2HS. The cost to enter is just £3.00 and children enter free if accompanied by an adult.