|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 May as part of the GROW lifelong learning programme.
|Thursday 13th June 2013
Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln
This day-long conference will include a series of lectures and discussions that will evaluate the success of this national pilot project and provide delegates with some inspirational ideas for delivering their own heritage projects.
|Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days 2012 was a great success, with over 100 events and 16,000 visitors to the county. We are now underway in planning for Heritage Open Days 2013, our theme this year is “Material Matters,” celebrating Lincolnshire’s unique and diverse buildings
||Join us now and play a part in the future of Lincolnshire's heritage.
We have introduced an exciting membership package that offers more opportunity for you to support Lincolnshire's heritage and be more involved with Trust projects.
No rise in subscriptions for 2012. Just £20 for single membership and £25 for family membership.