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Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre

28 Plough Hill, Caistor LN7 6LZ, England
+44 1472 851605
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Jolly nice it is too

Popped in for a look and treated myslef to a very nice pastry and an adequate cup of coffee. After... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2017
Andrew R
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Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Coffee and Cake

I saw the programme about the transformation of the building and it's been done well, There's local... read more

Reviewed 27 December 2016
Rik M
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Delightful café area with outside terrace seating for when the sun shins and indoor options for those chillier days. Dogs are welcome within the upstairs seating area. We can cater for groups of walkers, cyclists and coach parties, serving breakfasts lunches and afternoon teas. An ideal place to meet your friends and colleagues. Watch the world go by through the magnificent gothic windows and enjoy the wonderful ambience of this fabulous building or enjoy the lovely view of the Hosemarket from outside on the terrace when the sun shines. Offering weekly specials as well as an appetising menu, the café offers local Lincolnshire produce within its tasty homemade dishes. We will cater for special requirements and always try to have gluten free cake available. Heritage Caistor's heritage was undiscovered for many years but the Centre has provided the opportunity to tell the story. In the Centre you will see interpretive panels about Caistor's past including a massive print of the 1907 Ordnance Survey Map and a 6 metre long time line describing Caistor's history from 8000 BC to the present day. If you are interested in Castor's history and would like to see images and films about the town and local area please go to our website where we have a large collection available. Meeting Room and Event Hire Our light and open space is ideal for • Exhibitions • Workshops • Meetings • Training • Celebration events • Children Parties Whether you need the whole building or just a room why not consider us for your event, we can provide catering, staff, bar and entertainment if required please call us for more information about hiring this fabulous venue. Events and Workshops Please see our website to view our full calendar of events, regular updates on our facebook page and register on our mailing list to be the first to know about our Pudding Clubs, Music Concerts, Workshops and Exhibitions. Volunteering Do you have some spare time or are you looking to gain new skills? We rely on volunteers to keep the Centre open and to be able to provide exhibitions, training and services for the local community. Please contact our Volunteer Manager for an informal chat about how you can get involved. Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 09.00-16.00, Sunday & Bank Holidays 10.00-16.00
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28 Plough Hill, Caistor LN7 6LZ, England
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+44 1472 851605
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

Popped in for a look and treated myslef to a very nice pastry and an adequate cup of coffee. After years of neglect, it's great to see this centre for the community blossoming.

Thank Andrew R
Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

I saw the programme about the transformation of the building and it's been done well, There's local art upon the walls for sale, along with ceramics and needle craft. The coffee and cake were very good but the service was very slow. I appreciate the...More

Thank Rik M
Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

As always they do produce a really good 'Petite' breakfast, enjoyed one today with a pot of tea.. well worth trying ING if you have not yet.

2  Thank Jacques-Pierre77
Reviewed 23 November 2016

Fascinating place. Community project at its best. Opened in 2011. Incorporating library, local history exhibition and good value tea room. All assisted by volunteers. Well worth a visit. Tea and scones recommended.

1  Thank fijiboy2014
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

Visited today with a group of 6. Quick friendly service and delicious home cooked food. Believe it is run by volunteers. Only one small negative the soup was far to hot, almost at boiling point but once cooled enough to eat it was very tasty.

Thank Mimi A
28PloughHill, General Manager at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 November 2016

Many thanks for coming and your comments, we will try not to make the soup quite so hot next time. See you again.

Reviewed 30 October 2016

Very well thought out area of displays on local villages and life there years ago Video playing showing the different villages was a great idea as there is so much to see in that area. Very informative, even had a little cafe on the lower...More

Thank alisonmaynard
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

I have visited a few times & have always found the service on offer really good. Good espresso & cake, what more could a hungry cyclist ask for when exploring the local area? Will return.

1  Thank Martinflynn41
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Very good place to see art if your interested in that sort of thing staff are brilliant very helpful and go out their way to help you I've been here several times and its very good

1  Thank purplessss
Reviewed 23 August 2016

I have been using the Heritage Centre since it was first opened, and more and more I invite clients to join me there for a coffee and meet. Always well looked after by Stephanie's and Penny's team.

1  Thank Jacques-Pierre77
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

Lovely setting with the sun shining down on the patio area. Art exhibition on. Food nice but service a tad slow. Suggest the venue reconsider the advertising hoardings on the railings - does seem to spoil the view to and from the patio area. Lovely...More

Thank TSP49
28PloughHill, General Manager at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 6 September 2016

Thank you for your comments, good news ... we are due to install clear screens on our patio with no banners in the near future which will ensure you are able to enjoy the lovely views of Horsemarket. See again soon

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