|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.
Heritage Lincolnshire has a new range of short informal courses available from September 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.
||This year's Heritage Open days were a huge success!
Thank you to everyone who organised or visited an event between 11 and 14 September. We're currently receiving reports of record visitor numbers
and will share more information once we've collated the feedback we've received.
We're now developing the programme of Heritage Open Days events for 2015 'Tudor Lincolnshire' which will be launched at the Lincolnshire Show on 24 June 2015. Keep an eye on
Twitter and the website for more details.
|Become a member of the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire and make a contribution to the conservation and enhancement of the County's heritage. By contributing to the work of our Trust you will be helping us to make sure our historic environment can be enjoyed for generations to come.