East Lindsey Live is an events programme and accreditation process to celebrate and help promote cultural, heritage and sport events and projects that provide important opportunities for the community and economy. East Lindsey Live has been developed based on important values and as a direct legacy to London 2012.
The Arts Development Team organise a range of events and activities across East Lindsey at very low prices (if not for free) to allow every person in East Lindsey the chance to participate.
Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre is a local community owned venue. It is maintained and run by a dedicated team made up almost entirely of volunteers.
The Society is led by a Board of Directors who bring many attributes to the Society some having experience of running businesses, working in the arts, working with people etc., but each and every one also giving of their time as a volunteer working in the day to day operations of the theatre.
Trinity Centre offers stimulating meeting spaces for individuals, voluntary groups and businesses in our community.
Spout Yard Park Gallery is a small purpose built space for exhibitions and meetings. It is a popular venue for artists to display in Louth and the trustees of Spout Yard Park were instrumental in the start of Art on the Map in Lincolnshire. Many artists have exhibited here.
Reputedly the largest thatched manor house in the country, Alford Manor House was built to a traditional H plan in 1611. It is a very rare example of a composite structure, featuring a wooden frame with reed and plaster (visible from within the house), encased in brick.
East Lindsey Arts Forum deliver the Wolds and Coasts leading Arts and Culture magazine, which is a dynamic mix of art and cultural events, artists, art forms and art experiences for all.
The Churches Conservation Trust is the national charity protecting historic churches at risk. We’ve saved over 340 beautiful buildings which attract more than 1.5 million visitors a year. With our help and with your support they are kept open and inuse – living once again at the heart of their communities.
The Society’s aim is to conserve and display objects and information relating to Louth and district for the benefit of the public. The collections are also an important resource for schools, colleges and individual researchers.