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Work starts on Grantham's heritage park

Restoration of Grantham’s Wyndham Park into a World War One Memorial Park is under way in advance of a grand September opening.

Work has started on building new facilities, restoration of original buildings and new landscape features ready for September’s ‘Dawn of a New Era’ family day opening celebration.

The Memorial Park will invoke an era when men of the Machine Gun Corps marched through the historic Memorial Arch on their way to training at Belton Park.

Visitors can look forward to seeing this prestigious project taking shape over coming months, ready for the official opening in September. Read more>>

River Witham Habitat Improvements Completed

The Environment Agency working in partnership with South Kesteven District Council, Lincolnshire Rivers Trust and RiverCare have completed the improvement of a 100 metre stretch of the river, between Wyndham Park White Bridge and Belton Lane Bridge, that will benefit the river's habitat and park users' experiences. More>>

Wyndham Park celebrates sixth successive Green Flag Award

Grantham’s Wyndham Park has won a remarkable sixth Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the country.

The park is among a record-breaking 1,797 UK parks and green spaces that have received a prestigious Green Flag Award – the benchmark quality standard for parks or green spaces. More>>

Forthcoming Events

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10:00am Mon 7th May 2018
Mayday in the Park
Join us in Wyndham Park for traditional celebrations at our May Day in the Park event. With and an array of dancing, music, arts and crafts there’s something for the whole family:

• Morris dancing
• Clog dancing
• Traditional maypole dancing
• Traditional springtime crafts

All activities are free of charge. Ends at 2:30pm


Wed 4th to Sun 8th July 2018
Shakespeare in the Park - 'Romeo and Juliet'
  • Wednesday 4th July - 7pm
  • Friday 6th July - 7pm
  • Saturday 7th July - 2:30pm & 7pm
  • Sunday 8th July - 5pm

Back by popular demand, MJH Productions (Shakespeare in the Park 2017) return to Wyndham Park with their stunning production of Shakespeare’s greatest tragic love story. Performed by some of the most talented students in our county and directed by Matthew Hewitt.

Why not bring a picnic and your favourite tipple and join us for an evening of enthralling contemporary open air theatre in the picturesque surroundings of Wyndham Park.

Gates open 45 minutes prior to performance starting - please bring your own chair or blanket.

To book tickets visit or call The Guildhall Arts Centre Box Office on 01476 406158