Heritage Lincolnshire is a local charity working to conserve the rich history of the County for the benefit of people who live and work in the area.
We work to advance our understanding and appreciation of archaeology, historic buildings, traditions and culture and work with a wide range of partners. As an active Buildings Preservation Trust we have experience of securing funding for the conservation of historic buildings at risk.
We also offer a range of opportunities for education, volunteering, and leisure activities, all of which encourage people to explore the heritage of the area and to become actively involved in its conservation.
In 2016 we celebrated the 25th anniversary of being registered as a charity. We've achieved an incredible amount over the years:
- £25 million has been raised
- 8 historic buildings have been saved from dereliction
- participation in the annual Heritage Open Days has risen to over 25,000 visitors
- numerous high quality projects, services and activities that make a real difference to Lincolnshire, its residents and visitors to the area.
These are only a few of the highlights! None of this could be achieved without our dedicated team of staff and volunteers and the commitment of our board of trustees, funding partners and members.
Take a look around the website for details of current projects and initiatives and see how you can get involved.
Charity No. 1001463
Company No. 2554738
Meet the team
Liz Bates, Chief Executive Officer
See also apsarchaeology.co.uk for our archaeological services.
Alison Berwick - Senior Manager (Heritage and Communities)
Kelly Appleton - Buildings Conservation Officer
Denise Drury - Senior Historic Environment Officer
Beverley Gormley - Senior Project Officer (Layers of History)
Nicki Jarvis – Wolds Walking Festival Officer
Natalie Lunt – Project Officer
Ian Marshman – Education and Engagement Officer
Kate Pitman - Administration Assistant
Stephen Roe - Finance and Business Manager
Jim Snee - Project Officer (Layers of History)
Helen Tidwell - Finance Officer
Tony Worth, CVO
Chair of the board :
Working for Heritage Lincolnshire
We employ a diverse team of heritage professionals with a range of specialisms and experience. Check our vacancies page for details of current opportunities.
Heritage Lincolnshire also recruits volunteers to join our team in a range of roles, all of whom make a vital contribution to achieving our charitable objectives.
Short term work experience placements, bursaries and skills training are also available. Email email@example.com for more details.