Tree Trails and Tall Tales

A great way for children (and anyone interested) to explore some of the major trees in our Park – and learn some fun facts about them as you tick them off the list!

(Click on the links below for a downloadable/printable map and factsheet)

Tree Trail

tall tales map (3)


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Mini Explorers – The MagPyes !

Park Usage Survey

Please help us by filling out a really short survey about Park usage and your health/wellbeing  – only 5 quick questions and should take 2-3 minutes of your time !



Photography Competition now open !


With a second lock-down underway, the Boultham Park Lake Restoration Project team has launched a photography competition to encourage people in the area to enjoy the great outdoors.

Running from Monday 9 November until midnight on Sunday 6 December, the competition images will be used to create a 2021 calendar celebrating the historic park. 

Photo Competition

Entry Form



Lake Restoration Project – we’d like to know your thoughts on our art and interpretation plans

As part of the lake restoration project, we’re telling the stories of the lake, through art and information panels.

We wanted to know what you thought about our plans for art and interpretation so we were in the park on Monday 27th of July and Thursday 30th of July to speak to you, and despite the rain many of you provided valuable feedback which helped us understand what you thought of the proposals.

Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback !

Tell us what you think about our Interpretation plans for the lake project

As part of the lake project we will install five individual art panels, each with an associated information panel. They will help tell the lake’s story, its biodoversity, its history and how people can get involved to protect and enhance the lake’s habitats and wildlife.

The panels and information boards will create an attractive and interesting trail alongside the lake edge pathways.

We asked you what you thought about our plans for art and interpretation and were in the park on Monday 27th of July and Thursday 30th of July, and despite the rain many of you provided valuable feedback which helped us understand what you thought of the proposals.

Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback !

We are still keen to know what you think about our plans and would love to hear from you !

The first three links below takes you to a summary of the planned interpretation. If you’d like to comment, you can use the links which takes you to a brief questionnaire (one for the scuplture panels, one for the information panels).

You can email responses to boultham.park@lincoln.gov.uk or post them to:

Boultham Park Office, DCE, City of Lincoln Council, City Hall, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln, LN1 1DE.

Or if you’d like to speak to someone please call the Council’s Customer Services on Lincoln 873607 quoting ‘Boultham Park Lake’ and leave your details – we’ll be happy to call you back.

We would appreciate your response by the end of July.

Thank you!

About the art and information panels

sculpture panel examples

information panel example


sculpture Panel questionaire – word

Information Panel questionaire – word


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, postcards 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 us? Some old family photos or a Boultham Park postcard? We’d love to hear from you. With your permission, we will add them to our archive. We might even use them as part of the lake restoration project activities, or in the information boards.

Since we started collecting your personal histories back in June, we have been lucky enough to hear some fantastic tales of how different generations enjoyed the lake – from childhood to their later years.

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been kind enough to share their memories and experiences of the lake. Your histories provide first hand evidence of the past and these special stories can now be passed down from one generation to the next. Thank you.


Thanks to our great ‘Lake Twins’ Helen and Lesley for sharing their memories and re-enacting a picture of them from childhood days at the lake !

You can contact us at boultham.park@lincoln.gov.uk (we’d appreciate a brief description of what you have, and how you would like us to contact you) or telephone Lincoln 873607 and quote ‘Boultham Park Lake’ – please leave your contact details and we’ll call you back.

We are especially interested in lake-related pictures, documents and memories, but happy to receive any to do with the park.



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 area (or the park) if you have covid-19 symptoms
  • There will be a limit to the number of people allowed in the play area at any one time
  • If people are waiting to get in please limit the amount of time you spend in the play area
  • Maximum one accompanying adult per child
  • Social distancing of 2m must be maintained at all times
  • No eating or drinking in the play area
  • Don’t touch you face until you have washed your hands
  • Wash hands or use hand sanitiser straight after use

Boultham Park Cafe open for takeaway!

We are very happy that the Boultham Park Cafe has reopened this week, for takeaway refreshments. Covid-secure arrangements are in place.


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 until Sunday 19 September 2021.

Charlotte Hornsby, Operations Manager at Lincoln City Foundation said: “It is with regret we have to make this announcement.

“Alongside our event partner Curly’s Athletes, we have explored every possible option to guarantee the safety of our participants, community supporters and staff team, which has always been, and remains our number one priority.

“The support we have had from Lincolnshire County Council and City of Lincoln Council has been phenomenal and we all remain committed to bringing this event to the city next year, with an exciting route that providers runners with a true Lincoln experience.”

The Foundation have a mission to create and provide opportunities that inspire and empowers individuals and communities to develop and improve their physical, social or mental well-being.

Like many charitable organisations, the Foundation have been hit hard since the Coronavirus outbreak and many events of this nature around the UK have been cancelled or postponed.

Charlotte continued: “Sometimes the right decisions are the most difficult. On behalf of the half marathon team and Curly’s Athletes I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has shared in our passion and enthusiasm for the event, offered support and helped us in our consultation with businesses and communities.

“We hope that you will join us in 2021 and beyond, and you continue with us on the journey to bring this event to our amazing city year-on-year.”

If you are registered to take part in the 2020 event and want more details on transfers, moving events or obtain a refund please visit www.lincolncityhalfmarathon.co.uk

If you have a question or a query that is not answered on the link above please email contact@curlysathletes.co.uk