In this section of the website you will find occasional audio recordings of events or aspect of life in Welton, which we hope to expand over time. Listen and enjoy!
Graham Nicholls talks to Beth Train-Brown ahead of the publication of Salmacis: becoming not quite a woman, a collection of poems.
Beth grew up in Welton, so will be known to many of our readers
Graham Nicholls interviews WLDC Leader Owen Bierley
Graham Nicholls talks to Gail Talton from the Lincolnshire Rivers Trust
Graham Nicholls talks to Jeanette Holden about the good neighbour scheme
A Unique Achievement
Cllr Steve England talks to Graham Nicholls
Busy Hands Re-Opens
Following the easing of lockdown restrictions in 2021, pre-schools were among the first organisations that were allowed to re-open.
At the time, Graham Nicholls spoke to Jo Carrick, the owner and manager of Busy Hands Pre-School about re-opening.
Graham Nicholls talks to Tim Jacklin of the Wild Trout Trust about environmental work on the beck in the centre of Welton.
Recorded February 2018
Bikers on Call
Graham Nicholls talks to Harry Baldock of the Bike Shed
A Day of Birdsong
A day of birdsong in Welton recorded by Graham Nicholls on 9th May 2020, starting with the dawn chorus, followed by birds on my daily walk on Mill Lane (see photo), accompanying my lunch in the garden and ending at dusk.
To help anyone wanting to identify individual birds, there’s an audio guide to the birds making up the dawn chorus on the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s website.
St Mary’s Church Clock, Welton
Graham Nicholls talks to Mike Cosford about the history of Welton Church Clock.
Recorded February 2019