''Heritage Lincolnshire (HTL) were initially engaged  by Worksop Priory and Gatehouse Community Trust to provide a programme of activities to increase community engagement in our long term aims of restoring and regenerating our Gatehouse, a 14th century listed building. Various actual activities were planned, which because of restrictions could not take place, and then the ideas started to materialise!

Two virtual events, a Medieval fayre, in September, attracted nearly 14,000 people, and again during an online Christmas Fair in December 13,000 people were reached, plus many more social interactions. Concurrently a Gatehouse ‘virtual sales brochure’ was published online as a business opportunity which attracted 3,800 people.

These examples and more have been a testament to all HTL’s brilliant work, and thanks to their very innovative, and imaginative efforts and approach, many more contacts were made which would never have been achieved had these occasions had been ‘Live’.

Total professionalism has been shown throughout and it has been a pleasure to work with all the Heritage Lincolnshire Team.''

Fran Walker

Chair of the Worksop Priory & Gatehouse Community Trust

"Heritage Lincolnshire made an outstanding contribution to our team, and their involvement was crucial to our success."

Jim Bailey

Mill Manager at Heckington Windmill Trust

"In my view the track record of Heritage Lincolnshire as a successful, experiences and local charity is second to none.  It has always shown great commitment and ability in executing large heritage projects and providing outcomes that usually exceed expectations.  The Trust is particularly good at project management and it has a good record of engaging with local people and with community groups."

Steve Lumb

Head of Built Environment & Development at Boston Borough Council