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    • Events

    Consultancy and services

    We offer a full range of heritage consultancy services across the East Midlands.

    our services

    Want to be a Layers of History volunteer?

    We're looking for people like you to help with our exciting landscape archaeology project.

    join in

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    Events

    Come along and discover Lincolnshire's Heritage

    Feb 03

    Maps through the Ages

    3 February at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Feb 06
    Feb 17

    Riverside and Hedgerow

    17 February at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Mar 04

    Social Media for Businesses

    4 March at 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
    Mar 05

    An Introduction to Archaeology

    5 March at 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
    Mar 24

    Food History and Historical Cookery

    24 March at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
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    Projects

    logo-layers-of-historyLayers of History
    Our new Layers of History project will get people out and about discovering and studying the evidence that successive generations of people have left in the Lincolnshire landscape.

    our projects

    Learning

    Our free, downloadable resources are packed full of fascinating facts and fun activities to help bring to life Lincolnshire’s place in history.

    Ideal for teachers, parents and group leaders.

    Printable activity sheets and historical reconstruction images:

    tudor-lincolnshire-portrait-henry-VIII   repair-of-hussey-tower-building-with-bricks   Temple-Bruer-Precinct

    learning resources