Lincspirational Light Show 23rd October

On Saturday 23rd October from 5.30pm we invite you to come and experience the park like never before with an evening light show. The trees will be lit-up, art work will be projected accompanied by live music, and there will be a procession of lanterns to create a truly magical experience!

This is a free event and is open to everyone, we hope to see you there!

Lincspirational Plants Light Show Postponed

Unfortunately, due to Saturday evening’s likely bad weather, which is forecast to be heavy rain and high wind speeds, the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s Lincspirational Plants light show at Boultham Park has been postponed until 23 October.

The safety of our attendees, volunteers and the school children involved must come first and we apologise for the likely disappointment caused to the children who have put such hard work in to making their excellent lanterns, and to visitors who were looking forward to the event as much as we were.

Thank you for your understanding and we hope to see you all there on the 23 October!

On Saturday 2nd October from 6pm we invite you to come and experience the park like never before, with an evening light show. The trees will be lit-up, art work will be projected accompanied by live music, and there will be a procession of lanterns to create a truly magical experience!

This is a free event and is open to everyone, we hope to see you there!

Boultham Park Colouring Book – Out Now !

This beautiful Limited Edition colouring book has been created by our resident artist Clare Bryan. The book is a pictorial journey through Boultham Park that tells the story of everyday Life here. Characterising the people, wildlife and history whilst narrating the story of what this park means to so many different people.

To get your copy visit Boultham Park Café or contact us at : Boultham.park@lincoln.gov.uk / Telephone 01522 873 607

Boultham Park Summer Fair

The Boultham Park Summer Fair is here! Join us on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July for fun for all the family! Including a fun fair, craft stalls, fight factory wrestlers, as well as plenty of food and drink.

Marginal Planting – Yellow Flag Iris

Part 7 of the programme of marginal planting, in and around the lake edges, is underway to bring about an improved habitat, better bio-diversity, and a splash of colour and interest, whilst helping improve water quality. The final plant featured is the Yellow Flag Iris.

Yellow Flag Iris

 

National Children’s Gardening Week

This starts on Saturday 30th May and we are running various activities and giveaways as part of our aim to provide fun and learning to the children visiting the park.

Free Wildflower seeds with postcards of the recent marginal planting will be availablewith every drink purchased from the Park Cafe all week.

 

national childrens gardening week

Marginal Planting – Wild Angelica

Part 6 of the programme of marginal planting, in and around the lake edges, is underway to bring about an improved habitat, better bio-diversity, and a splash of colour and interest, whilst helping improve water quality. The sixth of the seven plants featured is the Wild Angelica and we will reveal the last one here shortly.

Wild Angelica

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Bug Box Building

Come along and learn how to attract all kinds of creatures into
your garden and make them a home where they feel snug as a
bug !
Places limited to 20 so book early for the 3rd June session with Ranger Lisa

Marginal Planting – Unbranched Burr-Reed

Part 5 of the programme of marginal planting, in and around the lake edges, is underway to bring about an improved habitat, better bio-diversity, and a splash of colour and interest, whilst helping improve water quality. The fifth of the seven plants featured is the Unbranched Burr-Reed and we will reveal the others here over the coming weeks.

Unbranched Burr-Reed

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Summer Sports in the Park

Fun, Fit and Free – coming soon to the park – you will need your own equipment though ! Tennis courts and the putting green will be opening soon.