Plenty to do this summer in Louth

What's on.
What's on.

A Summer Reading Challenge at Louth Library is being launched this Saturday with this year’s theme being Mythical Maze.

Children aged between 4-11 are encouraged to sign up early as places are limited.

There will even be a Nessie Monster Monitor which will help the children keep up to date with their progress over the summer.

Plus there is two mythical story times set up for August 4 and 11 from 11.30am-12noon, with monsters and fairies in mind.

The library on Saturday is open from 9am-4pm. For more information visit: www.lincolnshire.gov.uk.

n A coffee morning will take place at St Mary’s in Fotherby on Saturday July 19 from 10am to 11.30am.

All proceeds will go towards Friends of Fraser - Adults with Autism, which offers support for adults living in the community with autism and learning difficulties.

n There will be tea, coffee, biscuits, a raffle, a tombola, and games. Everybody is welcome.

Louth Duplicate Bridge Club is holding a chairman’s charity bridge day in aid of Louth Hospice on Friday July 18 between 1pm and 1.30pm.

Afternoon tea will be served and there will be raffle prizes.

Tickets cost £6.50 and can be obtained from Peggy Hales on 01507 609778.

n The Secret Garden of Louth at 68 Watts Lane will be open this Sunday, July 13, between 11am and 4pm.

Admission is £2.50, children free, and all proceeds will go to the Salvation Army in Louth.