We very much hope that the festival will resume once again in 2021.
Thank you to all church stewards, committee and all our lovely visitors for your support in this decision.”
Paul Howitt-Cowan, Chair, West Lindsey Churches Festival Committee
In conjunction with Lincolnshire Organists Association (LOA) many of our churches will have organ music playing during the course of the weekends. Listed below are details of participating churches.
We are grateful for the contribution from the Lincolnshire Organists' Association (LOA) in organising some of the events.
SATURDAY 9TH MAY
Market Rasen, St Thomas 11am-11.30am
Brocklesby, All Saints 12noon-12.30pm (on the antique chamber organ)
Caistor Methodist Church 1pm-1.30pm
Searby cum Owmby, St. Nicholas 2pm-2.30pm
Grasby, All Saints 3pm-3.30pm
Keelby, St Bartholomew 4pm-4.30pm
SUNDAY 10TH MAY
Tealby, All Saints 2pm-2.30pm
Middle Rasen, St Peter & St Paul 3pm-3.30pm
Wragby Methodist Church 4pm-4.30pm
SATURDAY 16TH MAY
Owmby by Spital, St Peter & St Paul 11am-11.30am
Spridlington, St. Hilary 12noon-12.30pm
Gainsborough United Reformed Church 1pm-1.30pm
Hackthorn, St Michael & All Angels 2pm-2.30pm
Morton, St Paul 3pm-3.30pm (on the Auguste Gern organ)
SUNDAY 17TH MAY
Nettleham All Saints 3pm-3.30pm
ORGANS FOR THE PUBLIC TO PLAY
Please look out for the organ symbol in the Guide Book, and the link on the sidebar in this website, indicating that visiting organists are welcome to play.
There are many interesting small 1-manual organs to be found in village churches, Brocklesby, Greetwell and Cherry Willingham as examples, and there are some good 2-manual instruments also, such as in Nettleham, Faldingworth, Stow Minster, Spridlington, Scothern.