Events

Summer holiday workshops

There's more to bugs than meets the eye! © National Trust

There's more to bugs than meets the eye!

Summer Holiday Workshops start at the end of July with Gravity and how to defy it! - family activities for exploring why things fall down and how we can keep them in the air using plates, bricks, water and paper. Come and play with science on 29-30 July and 12-13 August.

Be a Natural Explorer on 5-6 August or 19-20 August - hunt for bugs and build a bug hotel, try pond dipping, snail racing and crafty things - be a natural scientist for a day.

For details see below.

 

 

Year of Wonders

Isaac and the apple... and friend © Debbie Nicholls

Isaac and the apple... and friend

It's 350 years since Isaac Newton came back to Woolsthorpe and made some of his most important discoveries about light, gravity and mathematics here. Be inspired by this special place.

Crafty Sundays

A selection of bags and felted jewellery made by a Woolsthorpe volunteer © National Trust

A selection of bags and felted jewellery made by a Woolsthorpe volunteer

Find lovely local things at our crafty Sundays on the second Sunday of each month until Apple Day in October. We invite local craftspeople to bring along their wares, from greetings cards to fabulous fabric makes! Come along and take pot luck.

If you'd like to bring your craft and take a stall, please contact us on 01476 862823.

 

Apple Day

Isaacâ¿¿s apple tree still bears fruit © National Trust

Isaacâ¿¿s apple tree still bears fruit

 Join us for our annual Apple Day on Sunday October 11 - lots of apple-y crafts and activities for all the family.

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