A world which isn't good for wildlife isn't good for people..

      REVIVE OUR WORLD  with RSPB

    


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.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, community events have been curtailed, but if you are interested in heritage or history, please email at address below and we will try to help.

If you’re living in Minting, Gautby, Waddingworth or Wispington or visiting or interested in the area this website is for you!

We provide information on what’s on locally, links to relevant sites, clubs, businesses and charities and we are interested in preserving and enhancing our heritage which includes buildings, landscape, flora, fauna and people.  

 

Give nature a home

Get your personalised plan today to give nature a home today. It will include 6 tailored activities that you can do to make your outdoor space the perfect wildlife patch. It doesn’t matter whether you have a huge garden or a few window boxes, you’ll get brilliant...

Show at Minting

CANCELLED Minting Village Hall announce their next Live and Local/Rural Touring Event Daisy Chapman show at Minting Village Hall - Thursday March 26th, 2020 What sums up the Show? A well-travelled and extremely talented singer-songwriter, Daisy Chapman's powerful...

Free Trees Collected

Free Trees - thank you to everyone who collected their trees today. With your support, Minting, Gautby & District Heritage Society granted-aided by Lincolnshire County Council's Community Wildlife Grant have added 108 trees to Minting and Gautby this week and they...

FREE TREE DAY postponed

We were handing out Free Trees to applicants on November 30th 2019 at Minting Village Hall Car Park 2-3pm, however, ground conditions mean or supplier hasn't been able to get on to the fields.  As soon as we can have our trees, we will re-arrange the date and let...

Plant a Tree or Two

Just to let you know that the Heritage Society has received a promise of grant funding from Lincolnshire County Council towards the costs of trees and we have identified several native tree species which we shall be offering applicants the choice of.  We are just...

Gautby’s Heritage Kiosk

Gautby’s Heritage Kiosk

History of Gautby's ”Heritage” Kiosk   Did you know?   Gautby's telephone Kiosk is a K6 designed by the world-renowned British architect, George Gilbert Scott, in 1935 and introduced in the UK in 1936. It was 20 years later, in July 1956, that Gautby’s K6...