Welcome to our community website
Mintingandgautby.co.uk was established in 2010. Our mission has been to provide a focal point for anyone with an interest in our area. If you’re living in Minting, Gautby, Waddingworth or Wispington or visiting the area this website is for you!
We provide information on what’s on locally, links to relevant sites, clubs, businesses and charities. Constructive comments are welcome.
A Working Party of the Parish Council has been formed and is being co-ordinated by Sarah Smith. The group will be investigating the
possibility of a community pub project. If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please contact Sarah Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update 13/7/2016 As promised at the meeting on June 27th, we are now holding a second meeting on Monday July 25th, at 7:30pm in Minting Village Hall. This meeting is open to all whether or not you attended the first meeting and we would also welcome people with...read more
Minting and Gautby Summer Fete – the results! Firstly, a huge thank you to all of you wonderful people who supported our fete by buying and selling raffle tickets, donating prizes, baking cakes, staffing stalls, playing games, buying plants and all the other...read more
Whatever the weather Minting Village Hall’s Summer Fete will be the place to be today, Sat July 9th from 3pm Come rain or shine there’ll be lots to do at Minting and Gautby Summer fete today: Plants for late summer colour on sale (including Agastache Black Adder...read more
Find of the Month May 2016 The period of History commonly known as the English civil war would have been a strange time to have been living in Lincolnshire; it started in 1642 when Charles raised his Royal Standard in Nottingham and ended in 1649 when Charles was...read more
Find of the Month April 2016 King Alexander III might not be somebody you associate with British history. However, he was a Scottish King who reigned from 1249-1286. This was a time when Scotland was completely independent to England although there were clearly strong...read more
FIND OF THE MONTH – March 2016 by David Allsop This month’s find is actually a collection of Roman coins. The site is just outside Minting and has turned up several tens of coins over the past year or so. A collection is currently with Adam Daubney, the local...read more
This month’s find is a mediaeval lead ampulla. The one identified here is probably a later example from the mid 15th to the early 16th century. Interestingly, according to an article I read by William Anderson, Lincolnshire tops the national table for finds of...read more
When is a coin not a coin? By David Allsop The answer to this question is when it’s a love token or indeed simply a decorated object. This month’s find is actually two finds, both found in the same field in Minting but which share a common pattern; they have...read more