October Events

We have endeavoured to provide events that we believe are relatively Covid secure and will allow an element of social distancing, however Government Guidelines may change at any time so we can take no responsibility if events are cancelled at short notice

Saturday October 2nd

11.00 am - 12.00 noon 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Stained Glass Demonstrations by a local stained glass artist Cathi Prince in Aslackby Village Hall

If you are interested in stained glass, but are unsure about what it involves, why not come to a demonstration by Cathi Prince of Shedglas Design. The demonstration will showcase the stained-glass techniques of copper foiled Tiffany work as well as traditional leaded panels and the magic of fusing layers of glass to create a truly individual effect. If enough interest is shown on the day, we anticipate being able to hold a monthly workshop where Cathi will help us all to create our own unique pieces.

Event is free, but donations to the Aveland History Group will be welcome!

Thursday October 14th

7.00 pm meet for a start at 7.15 pm - 8.00 pm

A curated viewing of the Luttrell Psalter at St Andrews Church Irnham


of the most influential documents of the medieval age, we are pleased to be able to have the opportunity to view one of the only facsimile copies at the place it was commissioned, St Andrews Church, Irnham. Curated by Charlie Leggatt, he will tell us about the relationship between the Family, the Psalter and St Andrews Church.

Event is free, but donations to St Andrews Church will be welcome

What the British Library says about the Psalter

What is special about the Luttrell Psalter?

The Luttrell Psalter is one of the most famous medieval manuscripts because of its rich illustrations of everyday life in the 14th century. It was not the first to include scenes of contemporary rustic life, but it is exceptional in their number and fascinating detail. Its lively and often humorous images provide a virtual 'documentary' of work and play during a year on an estate such as Sir Geoffrey's.

Saturday October 30th

10.00 am - 4.00 pm

An Illuminated Manuscript Workshop at St James Church Aslackby

Following on from a viewing of one of the most famous illuminated manuscripts we are pleased to be able to let you create your own under the guidance of Toni Watts, Illuminator, Calligrapher and restorer of Manuscripts at Lincoln Cathedral. A full day's course, Toni will guide you to create and gild a piece to be proud of. All materials will be provided, as will tea and coffee but please bring your own packed lunch. No artistic skill necessary.

Attendance is limited so booking is essential.

To secure a place either email theavelandhg@gmail.com or call 07962 191319

Price £30 per person