Revival Lincolnshire



We believe that people can benefit from improved health and wellbeing through sociable contact and therapeutic activities such as art and craft, horticulture, cookery and holistic therapies, and gain an increased sense of community through interaction and learning around aspects such as environmental concerns and social issues.

Mission statement

To encourage and inspire people of all ages to try new crafts, skills and relaxation techniques shared by passionate craftsmen and practitioners and to use these skills to recycle and re use everyday items in creative ways, whilst appreciating the environmental impact of their actions and the therapeutic benefits of the activities

Based in Lincoln, we are a new social enterprise working co-operatively to provide creative and holistic workshops and taster sessions, providing  a hub whereby local practitioners can promote their own workshops/businesses/practices/organisations etc  to the general public.  Workshops sessions are either free or affordable and the enterprise aims to become self sustaining through an art  and craft gallery/craft supply and gift shop and Tea Parlour featuring traditional Lincolnshire Fayre.

Initially offering Workshops from Renew Involvement Centre in Mint Lane Lincoln, we are preparing to open our own premises in Sincil Street, Lincoln in Spring 2012 and are inviting volunteers, skill sharers and creatives to become a part of this exciting new community venture


Past Events

Mon 13th February, 2012

Needle Felting workshop

Needle Felting workshop


You are very welcome to join us at a Needle Felting workshop - where we will try out this craft and make some gorgeous jewellery with Eve Marshall.  There are limited places for this FREE works.. Read More »

Fri 10th February, 2012

Bobble Day - Pom Pom Workshop supporting AgeUK

Bobble Day - Pom Pom Workshop supporting AgeUK


Come along to our workshop using left over wool and making pom poms!! Why?? well we are supporting the national BOBBLE DAY arranged by AGEUK to raise awareness of the risks of cold in the elderly. &.. Read More »


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