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Help plan new community events

There are a growing number of events planned for Boston now that the better weather has arrived, but councillors have ambitions for even more... and want you to help. Boston Town Area Committee (BTAC - the town's parish council) wants to hear from volunteers prepared to sit on a new committee to help generate community event ideas. The committee will be public-led - with at least six members from the public, sitting with three councillors. The aim will be to generate and develop events for all the community which BTAC may be able to help facilitate. It has been encouraged by community engagement by other volunteer groups - such as the Christmas in Boston group which is working to enhance the town's Christmas lights.

All suggestions, large and small will be welcome, especially those which could develop into popular annual events.
Anyone interested in helping form the new committee should contact Janette Collier on 01205 314 227 or email janette.collier@boston.gov.uk

Information about holding an event and events already planned can be found at http://bit.ly/2qF3k59
These include free family entertainment in the Market Place and Central Park. 

Don't miss these free events: 

1940s event in Central Park, 10am to 4pm on Sunday, June 11, with vintage vehicles, Boston Jive, 1940s singer, Kirton Brass Band, '40s Home Front, retro stalls, afternoon tea tent, re-enactment displays, 1940s parlour, vintage fair, Dakota flypast;

Beach event in Central Park on Thursday and Friday, August 3 and 4, fun in the sand, free activities, bouncy castles, create art and craft, enjoy a theatre production, ride a donkey and much more. The beach will remain for all to enjoy for the rest of August;

Picnic in the Park and craft activities on Wednesday, August 9;

Family fun in the Market Place on Thursday, August 10;

Family fun sports day in Central Park on Friday, August 18;

Picnic in the park with storytelling on Wednesday, August 22;

Outdoor cinema in Central Park - Mary Poppins on Friday, August 25, and Despicable Me on Saturday, August 26 (there is a charghe for these) see http://bit.ly/2oygxiE for full details; 

Boston Food Festival, Market Place, 10am to 3pm, Sunday, September 24;

Hallowe'en family fun in the Market Place on Thursday, October 26;

Boston Christmas Market and Illuminate parade, market from noon, Thursday, November 23;

Boston Festive Market, Sunday, December 17;

In addition to the Wednesday and Saturday stall markets there are also craft markets every other Thursday, the next one being held on June 15.

See a Dakota flypast at the 1940s event.