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greatbrEWoodhall Spa is a beautiful inland resort with an Edwardian character, set amidst magnificent pine woods. Regarded as one of Lincolnshire's most attractive villages, Woodhall Spa is famous for its peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, and with many fine hotels and guest houses it is the perfect location for a short break or holiday. The village has a variety of attractions including two top class golf courses, the unique 'Kinema in the Woods', Cottage Museum, Jubilee Park outdoor heated swimming pool and several aviation heritage sites associated with 617 Squadron (the Dambusters).

The community website aims to provide residents and potential visitors with detailed information on local business, amenities, tourist attractions, and events in the village and surrounding area. There are more than 100 pages of information and photographs, so please use the menu or the search facility on the right of this page to explore the site and learn more about Woodhall Spa.

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franceE_3Woodhall Spa vous accueille dans sa belle station thermale où l’ambiance respire le style et l’élégance des premières années du vingtième siècle. Entouré de forêts de pins magnifiques et considéré comme un des plus beaux lieux de séjour du Lincolnshire, Woodhall Spa est réputé pour son atmosphère de calme et de détente. Avec ses beaux hôtels historiques, ses chambres d’hôte accueillantes et ses charmantes pensions, c’est un endroit parfait pour profiter d’un weekend relaxant ou d’un séjour peut-être un peu plus étendu. Le village vous invite à participer à de diverses activités de loisirs – ses terrains de golf, par exemple; son “Kinema-in-the-Woods”; son musée; son beau jardin public avec sa piscine plein air – mais chauffée car il le faut, bien sûr! – et tous les endroits historiques associés à son glorieux patrimoine aéronautique, un passé qui est surtout lié, entre autres, à l’escadron 617 – “Les Dambusters”, si célèbre grâce à ses activités héroïques pendant la 2ème Guerre Mondiale.

Ce site vise à fournir aux riverains aussi bien qu’aux visiteurs éventuels des renseignements détaillés sur les commerces locaux, les agréments et les installations touristiques et également sur les événements prévus au cours de l’année dans le village et sa commune environnante. Il y a plus de 100 pages d’information avec photos, donc amusez-vous et renseignez-vous en vous servant du menu et des liens pour explorer le site! 

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Has anyone seen a painted lady butterfly yet this year? 🦋
This one was spotted at our Woodhall Spa Airfield nature reserve earlier this week.
Painted lady butterflies fly to UK from North Africa, the Middle East and southern Europe every summer. In some years, they arrive in enormous numbers.
📷 David Curtis
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We are open from Thursday 13th 7 days a week until the end of August
Lunch and Evening from 12-2 and 6-830

This is our new special sheet but we also have our usual menu available too
We have seating outside if the weather is fine or if you have a dog
You can book a table inside by calling,emailing or messaging - we will get back to you as soon as possible.
All tables are social distanced and Covid rules apply
Traditional Sunday Lunch served every Sunday from 12-2
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Join us for our rescheduled Bush Craft camp on 15th and 16th August. This is a jam-packed 2 day agenda.

Here are just some of the hands on activities that you’ll experience and/or join in with while you’re part of our 'Tattershall Tribe'

Be prepared to get
involved, try new things, and get your hands dirty! This ‘off grid’ weekend a chance to reconnect with nature and your friends/families.

We wanted to give you a flavour of some of the new things our ‘Tattershall Tribe’ will be trying

Make an Atlatl and dart - The atlatl is a spear thrower, and the dart is like a long arrow , fletched with feathers, hooks into the atlatl so you can throw it long distance! - This is a big project with lots of elements to it so we will keep revisiting over the 2 days!

We’ll also get to make a stone pendants

Take part in firelighting workshops and enjoy s’mores cooked on your own fire

Together we’ll make neanderthal spears

Matt and Maria from Wild Woodcraft will lead all the activities and will also give interactive demonstrations on Hot Rock Boiling and a Friction Fire Bow Drill

Depending on how brave you’re all feeling we’ll have the option to prepare and cook food in a pre-historic way. Fish, Rabbit or Pheasant are all options

Families will get to paint signs for their tents! (Nice evening activity that’s safe (no tools when it’s getting dark and people are tired!!). But...this isn’t any ordinary paint.... No we’ll be doing Cave Painting with traditional ocres instead of paint

Over the weekend we’ll get to channel our inner cave man on the Primitive target range and get to practice with projective weapons. We’ll use bows and arrows, throwing sticks, spears and their own creations!

This is a full on weekend, having fun, experiencing new things and interacting as a family, and a group of families. We will be in a separate area of the Farm Park and all activities will ONLY be for the families that are camping.

We have handwashing sinks at our Falconry Centre which is right next to our camping area.

We will have disabled portaloos, and you can of course use the toilets in the cafe.

It’s just one night, and we’re all in it together so whilst perfectly safe, the weekend will be outside, RUSTIC (bring deodorant and baby wipes and wash hands LOTS and we will be ok!.)
- We will have a sheltered area that we can do activities in if its absolutely tipping down, but if its just a bit of light rain / drizzle expect to get a little wet
- You will need your own tent and bedding.

Wild Woodcraft have a limited number of cosy (on the small side) 4 man tents that you can hire for £12.50, but you’ll need your own bedding and you’ll have to put them up and pack them away

- There will be unlimited water and squash throughout the weekend.
- A campfire supper (Chilli con-carne/ campfire stew, jacket potato / baked beans / cheese) is included
- A campfire breakfast (Bacon sandwiches / tea / coffee) is provided. If you are veggie or have food allergies we can make sure you get fed too (it might just come from our cafe rather than being cooked on the campfire....)
- At night we’ll make hot chocolate around the campfire

No lunches will be provided, you are free to bring your own picnic lunches, or order something from our cafe.

‘Tribe Tattershall’ - our little group will have access to the farm, play barn and outdoor play equipment while the farm is closed to the general public.

This is a family weekend, and while some activities (where knives are used) are only suitable for children 6+ most of the day will have parts that all ages can experience and join in with although for this weekend toddlers aren’t our target group so you might find grown ups take it in turns to dip in and out of bush craft activities in favour of the farm park - that’s your choice.

Our introductory price for a space on this Bush Craft Experience Weekend Camp is £35 per person (under 2’s are free)

Places are limited, and can be booked by calling 01526 348 332. Payment is required in full at time of booking, and places are non refundable. This event will go ahead rain or shine, but hopefully we’ll have some pre-historic luck and have have a lovely weekend.

The sun was shining on the original date at the end of May, so our new date in August hopefully will be just as nice.
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