Upcoming Events

We’re cautiously planning a few events in the coming months whilst keeping an eye on government advice. There will be plenty to do and we are looking forward to chatting to everyone at events as soon as we can. Please keep an eye on this events page and our social media for updates and we’ll hopefully see you soon!



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Feb 2022

Guided Walk – Market Rasen

A guided walk from Market Rasen, this is the first event in Market Rasen thanks to funding by the government’s Green Recovery Challegne Fund. The walk will start…


Jan 2022

Volunteer Day – Blow Well – Kingston Gardens

Time to work off the mince pies! Working with volunteers from our partners at North East Lincolnshire Council we’ll be…

Past Events


Dec 2021

Volunteer Day – Waithe Beck – Brigsley

In 2011 the LCSP with their partners worked to improve this part of the Waithe Beck…


Nov 2021

Volunteer Day – River Bain – Ludford

The beginning of the River Bain was improved a few years ago but needs a helping hand to keep it from becoming overshaded.


Oct 2021

Volunteer Day – Great Eau – Aby

Pull on your wellies and come and help us look after the Great Eau near Alford, a stunning example of a Lincolnshire chalk stream.


Sept 2021

Volunteer Day – Waithe Beck – Ashby cum Fenby

To celebrate World Rivers Day we’ll be holding a volunteer day on Waithe beck at the wonderful Classroom in the Woods


Jun 2021

Lincolnshire Show 2021 – Cancelled 🙁

Normally we’d be off to enjoy everything Lincolnshire but unfortunately under current circumstances it has had to be cancelled. Why not re-live last year’s online show and click on the link below!


Dec 2020

Extended Riverfly Survey – National Launch

Since 2015 our keen Riverfly volunteers have been piloting a surveying scheme to assess the health of our chalk streams. Working in collaboration with other groups around the UK a new national sruveying technique was launched. Check out our YouTube for more information!