Spalding’s Biggest Chalk Trail – Event 1 (Spalding Reconnected: Riverwalk)

Jul 11

Start Tuesday
11-07-2023, 09:00am

End Tuesday
11-07-2023, 03:00pm

Venue Spalding Market

Cost Free

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Help us create the biggest chalk trail ever seen in Spalding!

Join Liz Kelleher, Head of Art at Spalding High School and a fine artist, in this creative event where you can contribute your ideas in chalk to help us create a trail through the market place. While drawing, you can also draw on Liz’s years of experience and get advice and inspiration for your own doodling.

This session and artwork are part of our Spalding Reconnected: Riverwalk activities.

Spalding Reconnected: Historic Town & Riverside is an exciting new community Arts and Heritage project celebrating and promoting the unique history of Spalding’s town and riverside. It is made possible thanks to National Lottery Heritage Fund, South Holland District Council, Heritage Lincolnshire, Transported Arts, East Mercia Rivers Trust and Lincolnshire County Council, and will seek to create and promote several townscape and riverside improvements, together with future funding opportunities all based on Spalding’s heritage.
Transported is working with these partners to make sure creativity and heritage play a central part in the regeneration of the town, making it a nicer more interesting and fun place to be.

This activity is free to participate in, and there is no need to book. Drop by any time during the activity. Please allow between 45 minutes to an hour to take part. The activity can be adapted for all ages, but we do require under 18s to be supervised by a parent or guardian.

Date: 11th July

Time: 9 am – 3 pm

Location: Spalding Market Place


Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme which aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities.  The programme is overseen by the Centre of Culture and Creativity at the University of Lincoln, and is funded by the Creative People and Places fund from Arts Council England.

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