Welcome to Kirton in Lindsey Diamond Jubilee Town Hall
WE'VE JOINED THE GIVING MACHINE. PLEASE HELP US TO RAISE LOTS OF MONEY TOWARDS THE UPKEEP OF THE TOWN HALL.
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall has joined TheGivingMachine which will allow you to generate cash donations without it costing you a penny. There are nearly 6,000 schools & charities taking part in this scheme, with the successful organisations raising £1,000’s every year!
It’s really simple, you enter your favourite shops via TheGivingMachine and a percentage of your shopping bill is converted into a cash donation for the Town Hall, at no extra cost to you. With over 600 stores participating including Amazon, John Lewis and Tesco, you can really help make a difference.
Please join our new giving community by visiting www.TheGivingMachine.co.uk and join to support the Kirton in Lindsey Diamond Jubilee Town Hall, they only require your name, e-mail address and a password for you to become a Giver.
Many thanks for your support.
TheGivingMachine is a not for profit social enterprise whose sole aim is to raise money for UK schools and charities. Shopping online via TheGivingMachine at your favourite shops will generate a free cash donation with every single purchase. With stores like Amazon, Ebay, M&S, NEXT, Tesco, Sainsbury and John Lewis taking part with hundreds more, you are bound to find what you want from your favourite shops at TheGivingMachine.
Come and really push the limits!
However, if you prefer your exercise to be more gentle....
Town Hall Live
Hosting every month brilliant acoustic, folky, new country acts from across the world.
Your Town Hall is available for hire and is the ideal venue for…..
Check out availability and costs here
Always plenty to do:
Monday - Weightwatchers
Tuesday - Internet Cafe, Free Legal Clinic, Evergreens, Tae Kwondo
Wednesday - Yoga
Thursday - Slimming World, Tae Kwondo, Zumba
Friday - Free Legal Clinic
And much more
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We are working closely with the Kirton in Lindsey Society and the Heritage Room houses a mini-museum with displays of local artifacts and information of interest. The current theme is Kirton in World War 1 and has information and artifacts on the role Kirton and its citizens played during this apocalyptic period of our history. The room is available whenever the Town Hall is open. Just go in and look round or contact the Kirton History Society's website to arrange a visit.
Have a read through our story boards - If you click on the links on the page they will tell you all about the Town of Kirton in Lindsey, and the story of the Town Hall through the years from when its stone was part of Kirton Prison to now, standing proud in the marketplace.