The Boultham Park Capital Appeal

The Boultham Park Restoration Project will cost £4 million to complete and a successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund Parks for People initiative has brought in £2.7 million of grant funding. Investment by both the City of Lincoln Council and Linkage will contribute to the total, but a final £250,000 needs to be raised in match-funding.

Whether you are an individual or a business, your fundraising efforts can help us reach our goal. This page will provide all the information you need, from running your own fundraising event, taking on a sponsored challenge or becoming a Park Patron, Business Supporter or Major Sponsor.


Support the Boultham Park Restoration Project

The Capital Appeal has raised over half of its £250,000 target to make our plans a reality!

CLICK HERE to download our Fundraising Booklet for information about the project, the history of the park, and the many ways you can help and support us.

How you can help: As an individual

There are many different ways you can contribute to our fundraising efforts as an individual. Choose one, or pick a couple… it’s up to you!

Perhaps you’re a star baker and could hold a bake sale at your workplace, or maybe you’re a sporty-type looking for your next challenge?

Maybe you grew up in the Boultham area and have fond memories of the park? The Sponsor a Stone campaign could be just up your street.

If you prefer a quick and easy way to donate to the project, you can show your support through the JustGiving website or our TextGiving number.

We have a variety of handy factsheets and resources available to download for potential fundraisers. These can be found in the column to the right. For more help or to talk about an idea, please contact the Fundraising Team by email or by phone: 07879 451034.

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Sponsor A Stone

How you can help: As a business

Choosing to support our project can bring lasting benefits for your company whilst helping to raise vital funds to restore
beautiful Boultham Park and create major new facilities and opportunities for people with learning disabilities.

There are three levels of support: Park Patron, Business Supporter and Major Sponsor.

Becoming a Park Patron, Business Supporter or Major Sponsor can:

  • Motivate staff and encourage team-building through fundraising activities

  • Provide meaningful employee volunteering opportunities

  • Help you reach new audiences to build your business

  • Secure positive PR for your company and build your brand profile

  • Meet Corporate Social Responsibility objectives

  • Help you stand out in a competitive market

  • Showcase your commitment to community engagement

  • Make a genuine impact on the lives of people with learning disabilities

Fundraising - Boultham Park

Park Patron

To become a Park Patron requires a donation of £500 (Gold) or £250 (Silver).

As a Park Patron you will receive:

  • A Boultham Park Restoration Project Certificate for display – please see illustration opposite
  • Permanent acknowledgement within a special feature in the new Café (Please ask for details.)
  • Recognition via our social media, Linkage News and the Boultham Park Beacon magazine
  • Inclusion on our website.

Becoming a Park Patron is open to individuals as well as businesses.

Our first three Park Patrons are:
Gere for Men, and
Jointine Products (Lincoln) Ltd!

Business Supporters

To become a Business Supporter requires a pledge to donate at least £2,500.

In return for that support you will receive:

  • Company logo prominently displayed on our Fundraising page on the Boultham Park website
  • Acknowledgement within press releases and media coverage relating to fundraising successes of the Boultham Park Capital Appeal
  • Permanent acknowledgement within a special supporters feature contained within the new facilities at Boultham Park
  • Regular updates on progress in the park via the project newsletter, the ‘Beacon’.

Major Sponsors

Major Sponsors can support the Boultham Park Restoration Project by donating at least £5,000 from a number of imaginative company initiatives to raise funds. Major sponsors will receive:

  • Company logo prominently displayed on our Fundraising page on the Boultham Park website with a live link to their website
  • Our press releases and media coverage include updates on fundraising activities that they organise
  • Permanent acknowledgement within a special supporters feature contained within the new facilities at Boultham Park
  • Regular updates on progress in the park and the Capital Appeal
  • Become honorary members of the Business Supporters Club. 
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Sills and Betteridge
Active8 - Managed Technologies

To talk to us about becoming a Park Patron, Business Supporter or Major Sponsor,
please contact the Fundraising Team on 07879 451034
or email – – for more information.

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Calling All #LitterHeroes!

Our popular Park Tidy Up sessions are back and we need you to be one of our #LitterHeroes!

New Café for Boultham Park!

We love it a latté! Click here for a little taster and then pay a visit for a whole load of temptation!
A group volunteers stand in the Centenary Garden at Boultham Park.

More Volunteer Momentum

The parks WW1 memorial garden had another push by the Barton ToCH group in November.

Christmas Craft Session

Our last activity of the year! Come to this relaxed craft session and make a Christmas card, gift tag and pine cone decoration.
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Festive Volunteering Opportunities

Take a look to see how you can support the Project and Linkage this winter.
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Victorian Winter Wonderland

Get your skates on down to Boultham Park this December!

Paving the Memorial Way by Toc H

Toc H is an international charity and membership movement that emerged from a soldiers' club in Poperinge, Belgium during World War I. It seems to be auspicious as the group from Barton, Humberside came to Boultham Park on Saturday to revamp…

Be a part of the Memorial Garden !

Volunteer Lindsay Johnson has created a fantastic new vision for the enhancement of the WW1 memorial garden space which was initially created in 2014 by local restoration volunteers and the Lincolnshire Co-op. The space has incredible potential…

Co-op Community Action

On a sunny day in June we were lucky to have the voluntary manpower from the Co-op, Lincoln. Led by Rachel the Education and Volunteering co-ordinator, the team set about undercoating the St Helens Church railings just by the Hall Drive…