|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 September as part of the GROW lifelong learning programme.
|The church is famous for its Decorated style of architecture which dates from c.1330. The chancel with its' flowing window tracery and internal fitments are some of the best examples to be found in England. The tomb recess is for Richard de Potesgrave.
||The Open Days were held between the 12th -15th September and were a great success!
Over 120 events across the County opened their doors to over 16,000 visitors, and Heritage Lincolnshire is now planning for 2014. The theme for 2014 is "World War I in Lincolnshire".
We are interested to hear from anyone who would be able to contribute the programme of events for 2014. Please get in touch!
|Become a member and show that you care about your local heritage.
For a short period of time we are giving away two free books to new members but, be quick, the offer is only open until the end of January 2014...