Cancellations, Amendments and Late Additions

Although we strive to publish the most up to date event listings in the brochure, sometimes there are last-minute changes to the programme.

Please make sure to check back here regularly, before attending any events, just to ensure that your event is going ahead as described. If we receive notice of any changes or cancellations we will publish them on this page.

We usually also have a few events which didn't make it into the brochure but are still taking place for the festival.

Barton upon Humber

Event 1c: The Ted Lewis Get Carter Experience

There are a couple of mistakes with the timings of the special events. Please see below for details of the special events and which day they are on:

 

Ted Lewis Visitor Experience

Saturday 10th to Sunday 18th September 2022 10am to 4 pm

A Visitor Experience at The Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5LE.

No booking or fee required. No fee but a charitable donation would be appreciated.

Come and browse round the very informative galleries which include detailed information boards, three television, film screens, audio, electronic visual displays, music, art, artefacts ad bookstore. Enjoy a casual introduction or an in-depth session guided by our approachable guides. No under 14s please.

 

Who Was Ted Lewis?

Saturday 10 September, 11am to 12.30pm

The Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5HG

No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org  or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm. No under 14s.

Ted’s biographer, Monty Martin, will make a fully illustrated presentation of the eventful artistic and gregarious life of novelist, Ted Lewis, including how and why came to write Get Carter. Focus will also be on  his other eight novels as well as is graphic art and jazz music.

 

The Ted Lewis Town Trail

Sunday 11 September, 11am – 1pm.

Starting from the Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, DN18 5LE.

No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm.

Ted’s biographer, Monty Martin will conduct a small group around the Barton Town Centre buildings that featured in the novelist’s life and writings. There is also a printed trail for reference.

 

The Ted Lewis Humber Bank Trail

Monday 12 September, 11am – 1pm.

Start from The Old Tile Works on Far Ings Road, DN18 5RF.

Why not enjoy refreshments in their popular restaurant for breakfast or coffee before or after? No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org  or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm. Stout shoes recommended.

Ted’s biographer, Monty Martin, will conduct a small group to the Old Cements on the Humber Bank which featured in the original novel of Get Carter featured in the novelist’s life and writings. We will also take participants to the place where Ted Lewis painted his iconic views of the Humber and provide a copy of the painting.

 

Get Carter – film and presentations

Wednesday 14 September, 11am

The Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5HG

No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org  or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm.

A presentation and special screening of this classic gangster film based on the novel by Barton’s Ted Lewis and hence containing a local flavour.  Starring Michael Caine.  Optional bring your own buffet followed at 2pm with a video explanation of his work by Director of the film, Mike Hodges. No under 14s.

 

The Serpent – film and presentation

Saturday 17th September, 3pm

The Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, Barton upon Humber DN18 5HG

No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org  or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm.

A special screening with a local flavour of the Barbier directed The Serpent which was based on the Barton and Hull novel, Plender, Ted Lewis’s third novel. Ted’s boyhood friend, Nick Turner, will present the background and there will be a commentary about how the film reflects the novel. No under 14s.

 

The Ted Lewis Town Trail

Sunday 18 September, 11am – 1pm

Starting from the Ted Lewis Centre, Ferriby Road, DN18 5LE

No fee but a contribution to the Charity would be welcome. Booking essential to business@thetedlewiscentre.org  or from the website contact or at the Centre any Sunday open 10am to 4 pm.

Ted’s biographer, Monty Martin, will conduct a small group around the Barton Town Centre buildings that featured in the novelist’s life and writings. There is also a printed trail for reference.

 

 

 

Norton Disney

Norton Disney's Iron Age and Roman Archaeology Revealed

Sat 10th, 10.00 - 14.00

Folly Lane, Norton Disney, LN6 9JL

A "live" community archaeological excavation revealing the rich Iron Age and Roman heritage of Norton Disney.

A chance to see archaeology "up close and personal" and to learn about the rich heritage of the site on the Lincs/Notts border that dates back to the Bronze Age.

Not only will you be able to view the current excavation site but also see an exhibition that details the many discoveries of both national and local importance.

Pre-booking: Book on day
Visitors will be guided around the site by volunteers at regular intervals throughout the day.

Additional Information:

Max 10 people per tour/session. Wear sensible footwear as the event will be on a stubble field after a harvest. A hat, suntan lotion and water would be wise if hot. Children must be accompanied at all times by an adult.

 

Epworth

The Wesleys – The First Social Justice Warriors?

Epworth Old Rectory, 1 Rectory Street, Epworth, DN9 1HX

Sat 10th, 11:00 – 15.00

Learn all about the Wesley family who lived at Epworth Old Rectory and how under their direction the Methodist faith reformed and shaped the religious and social landscape in Georgian society both locally and nationally.

Come along and visit Epworth Old Rectory, an impressive Queen Anne Grade I listed house. Built in 1709 the Old Rectory is among the earliest of classically influenced architecture in the area. Learn all about the Wesley family who lived at Epworth Old Rectory and how under their direction the Methodist faith reformed and shaped the religious and social landscape in Georgian society both locally and nationally.

Pre-booking: Book on day
Tours are available throughout the day. Visitors may be asked to wait if we are busy. We are limited to numbers of 50 in the house and 250 in the gardens at one time.

Access:
Uneven floors and steps into many of the rooms. No disabled access on the 1st and 2nd floors.