THE RESIDENTS of Fulstow are determined to stage a successful 1940’s Heritage weekend - despite their sports pavilion being destroyed in a fire earlier this year.
The event takes place on September 10 and 11 on the sports field in the village and runs in conjunction with 1940s events at North Thoresby and the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway at Ludborough Station.
Attractions include a Living History WWII re-enactment group with pyrotechnics, drive your own tank rides, stalls featuring traditional crafts and games, teas, animals, including a shire horse demonstration, vintage tractors, farm implements and tools, vehicles, motorcycles and more.
Vintage buses will be running all day to transport visitors to and from Ludborough Station and North Thoresby village.
In the evening, a Pie, Pea and Mash Supper will be served to the sound of 1940’s music, with dancing to follow.
Entry to the heritage event is free and tickets for the supper cost £10.
l Details: Call Nicola Pike on 01507 363405 or Roger Newborough on 01507 363660.