Entries by Caroline Bird

Have you got any old photos or memories to share?

As part of the Lake Restoration Project we would love to build on our archive. Thank you to those people who have already contributed photos, postcoards and old documents. See the ‘History’ tab for a link to the digital archive. Do you have memories of the park that you would be happy to share with […]

Play area to reopen on 4th July

In accordance with covid-19 Government guidance, outdoor play areas can reopen from 4th July where it is safe to do so. Boultham Park play area is one of a limited number of play areas that will reopen in Lincoln from that date. Please be aware of the following strict requirements: Do not visit the play […]

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Lincoln City Half Marathon Postponed

Due to Covid-19 the Lincoln City Half Marathon, for which Boultham Park was going to be the race village, has been postponed. A press release from Lincoln City Foundation explains:   Lincoln City Foundation have announced that their flagship event for their charity due to take place on Sunday 20 September 2020 will be postponed […]

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National Volunteer Week – thank you to all our volunteers

As it’s National Volunteers week, we would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to our volunteers for all their hard work, enthusiasm and dedicatioon to Boultham Park and our city’s green spaces!!! Volunteers have yet again made a huge impact over this past year, working within Boultham Park, Hartsholme Country […]

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Happy Birthday Boultham Park!

On this day 91 years ago Boultham Park opened to the public. In recent years we’ve marked the day one way or another… you might remember in 2018 when we celebrated the ‘grand reopening’ of Boultham Park after its restoration. Thousands of people came to enjoy a beautiful sunny day, picnics, music, the Royal Wedding […]

Park user survey

Calling Boultham Park users……. The National Lottery, significant funders of the Boultham Park Restoration Project, and now the Lake Restoration Project, have commissioned an evaluation of their ‘Parks for People’ programme. That was the programme under which the initial Boultham Park restoration was funded. In order to evaluate the effects of ‘Parks for People’ they […]

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#PerfectParks

Green Flag Award have launched their #PerfectParks challenge The campaign is a bid to counteract feelings of isolation during the COVID-19 global pandemic, whilst recognising the importance of parks. The challenge calls upon people of all ages – especially families with children –  to create pictures that celebrate the features that would make up their ‘perfect park’. http://www.greenflagaward.org/news/perfectparks-challenge-launched-by-green-flag-award/