Welcome to Dyke Village Hall!

Two miles north of the market town of Bourne lies the quiet village of Dyke. The name originates from the villages position on the banks of the Car Dyke, a once considerable ditch built by the Romans in the first century AD during the reign of the Emporor Hadrian. .
The village hall is an important centre for the community. Originally a First World War army hut in Belton Park near Grantham. The hut was used to house soldiers training as machine guners prior to being sent to the front in France and neighboroughing countries taken over by the bloody activities of 1914-1918. Today the hall is used for more peaceful activities but still able to fullfil a valuable role with people of all ages within the community.

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2017 saw Dyke Scarecrow Festival become firmly established in the events calendar. Now into its fifth year, the festival has grown into a full weekend of entertainment supporting the amazining scarecrow display presented by villagers. Starting on the Friday evening and running until later Sunday, the festival included a large marquee housing a beer festival, live music events, craft stalls, an open air arena, a variety of bouncy castles, a display of specialist cars, a flypast by a WW2 Lancaster bomber and, of course, over 40 amazing scarecrows.
The organisers are busy working Dyke Scarecrow Festival '18 which we hope will provide another full weekend of activities for all to enjoy.

Remember next years dates 7th, 8th and 9th September 2018

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