Art Project

Fundraising Events and Art Project – Revised Dates

Having made a decision to postpone some of our art events until the heating was installed, we are delighted to announce the new dates. The Art Project has been arranged, with support from The Heritage Lottery Fund,  to celebrate the heritage of our historic grade 1 listed church. The church has some interesting and significant features which those taking part in the project, will be invited to use to inspire their work, culminating in an exhibition in the Summer.

Saturday 18th May – 2pm – 4.30pm               

£5 per table hire. Pre-booking essential

Table Top and Craft Sale

A mixture of Bric-a-Brac and Hand made Crafts for sale.         Refreshments available.

Sunday – 19th May – 1pm – 3pm  at St Nicholas Church, Ulceby

£5.00 per person, pre-booking essential

Felt Flower Making

Using merino wool tops, make flowers to exhibit collectively in the final exhibition drawing inspiration from spring flowers are growing around the church or illustrated in the stained glass. (All materials provided)

Saturday 1st June 10.30 – 3.30 – at St Nicholas Church, Ulceby 

Open Day

Come and enjoy a lovely day, games for children, bric-a-brac, refreshments, raffle, tombola, stalls.

An opportunity to see the work that has been completed so far.

Sunday – 23rd June 1pm – 3pm – at St Nicholas Church, Ulceby

£5.00, pre-booking essential

Concertina Book Making                        

Learn how to make a beautiful concertina book to hold your photographs, memories or use as a sketch book

ART SHOW –  29th June 2019       1pm – 5pm

ART SHOW –   30th June 2019        1pm – 5pm

Open entry but exhibits must be inspired by the Church in some form.

Entries can include painting, photography, mixed media, sewing, knitting, flower arrangements. Art entries £3 each. We are happy to sell entries on your behalf for a small commission. Please contact us for more information.

Booking essential via or via phone 0798 4123545


Images courtesy of Martin Birtle

Images courtesy of John Paulin

Images courtesy of David Smith