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Welcoming families and children, young and old, there is something for everyone at the Petwood.

Welcoming families and children, young and old, there is something for everyone at the Petwood.

Glorious gardens and plenty of outdoor seating make the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon tea or summer’s evening supper on the terrace. After a swim at Jubilee Park or a film at the Kinema, the Petwood is a great way to finish a family day out in Woodhall Spa, with the Petwood’s woodland walks perfect for capturing the imagination of mini explorers. 

Commemorating RAF100, the Petwood has sponsored one of the 100 Voices cycle trails. Keep an eye out for the way markers in the shape of aeroplane wings. You could perhaps try part of the Petwood’s cycle trail from Lincoln to Woodhall Spa along the old railway line – now a safe cycle route, or the stretch from Woodhall Spa to Coningsby and RAF Metheringham. Look out for activities across the county to commemorate, celebrate and inspire in this RAF centenary year. 

As usual, there will be a host of outdoor events at the Petwood this summer, including 1940s
themed live music on the terrace on Sunday 5th August and Sunday 19th August. The
hotel will be hosting a classic car show with jazz on 12th August and an outdoor theatre production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Sunday 26th August. There will be a special children’s theatre production of Pirate Pearl and the Big Blue Monster on Wednesday 22nd August presented by Little Blue Monster Productions. 

For menus and more information on specific service times of the Terrace Bar and Afternoon Tea
menus, see www.petwood.co.uk. For tickets or more information on any of the hotel’s events please
call 01526 352411. 

This summer search for the fierce flying jewels of our skies

This summer search for the fierce flying jewels of our skies

Family Monsters Wow Day & Summer Story Times at Lincoln Cathedral

Family Monsters Wow Day & Summer Story Times at Lincoln Cathedral