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Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days 2014 Hilary Healey's Lincolnshire
During the Tudor period Lincolnshire was one of the most isolated counties in England. Our 'Tudors in Lincolnshire' activities have been produced and designed to be used in schools at Key Stages 2 and 3 or by anyone who wants to find out a little more about what life was like in 16th century Lincolnshire. Have a look at the courses we have to offer to adults in Lincolnshire.
Heritage Lincolnshire has a new range of short informal courses available from January as part of the GROW lifelong learning programme.
The 'jewel in the crown' of the country's heritage, Lincoln Cathedral dominates the city and is visible for miles in every direction. Work on the Cathedral began in 1072 under the direction of Bishop Remiguis. The Open Days will be held between the 11th -14th September.
The theme for 2014 is "Lincolnshire in the First World War".
We are interested to hear from anyone who would be able to contribute the programme of events for 2014. Please get in touch!
Welcome to this celebration of the life of Hilary Healey. Hilary was a major authority on not just one but many areas of Lincolnshire’s heritage and everyday life. Join us for a conference on her many interests on the 14th June 2014. This event is organised in partnership with the SLHA.
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A unique opportunity to live in one of Lincolnshire's best preserved mud and stud cottages
Our Lincolnshire vernacular mud and stud thatched cottage at Little Steeping near Spilsby is now available as a long-term residential let. Dating back to at least the 18th century, Mill Hill Cottage was rescued by the Trust in 1999 and carefully repaired and restored to create a charming and comfortable rural home.
(27 March 2014)
The Duke of Kent visits the Medieval Bishop's Palace in Nettleham
The Duke of Kent visited the village of Nettleham this morning to visit the site of the Medieval Bishop's Palace, and Heritage Lincolnshire were amongst those assembled to welcome him.
(11th March 2014)
Recording Ancient Graffiti
Can you spare 3 hours to help record the ancient graffiti inside the Grade 1 listed medieval church at Benington?
(March 4th 2014)
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