We have a lot of artists and craftspeople in our little town and its rural hinterland, and this year, Wigton intends to celebrate and showcase them in its own Spring Fling. This is an expansion of what was formerly called Wigton Windows Week.
May 17th - Writers at Wheyrigg, Shirley Thornhill and Irvine Hunt
May 21st - Dalston male Voice Choir
May 27th - Writers at Wheyrigg The Lost Book of Ulverston
May 20th - 30th Window Displays of Crafts
May 28th - June 5th Wigton Open Art Exhibition in the Market Hall
June 3rd - Gala Plant Sale, 9am - 3pm in the Market Hall
June 11th - Wigton Choral Society at St Mary's
More events and details of the above when I get them.
St George's Day this year falls on Easter Saturday, so the church is not available for a concert. However, Tony Harrison has agreed to supply a Traditional Roast Beef Lunch for £10, and Nigel would like to hear from you if you are willing to do a reading. Please get in touch with him at Gill House, Bromfield, Aspatria, CA5 3ND if you would like to come. Last year's dinner was great, and the readings were fun!