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There are lots of good reasons to take part in the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival this year, which runs from Saturday 19 May to Sunday 3 June. Walking is proven to be one of the best types of exercise, improving heart health, speeding up metabolism and improving your mood. National Walking Month, promoted by Living…Read more
Hussey Tower, after remaining quietly for centuries on [now] Skirbeck Road in Boston has become the focus of scrutiny in recent weeks. Heritage Lincolnshire's phone has been ringing off the hook as journalists take a rare interest in rural fen land history. Reminiscing the affairs of John Hussey, excitement about the Royal Wedding, historians and…Read more
On a drizzling Friday, a gathering of Lincolnshire's heritage enthusiasts learnt about planning for the future of their treasured heritage assets. This workshop was delivered by Heritage Lincolnshire in partnership with Rose Regeneration and included: a crash course in business planning, capturing audiences and, importantly, proving the impact of heritage groups' work. Protecting heritage assets is…Read more
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The Heritage Lottery Fund has offered a grant of £1,987,300
Conservation Project Manager - Deadline extended to Friday 27th April at 12 noon. Salary : £28,500 - £30,000 Heckington & Boston, Lincolnshire Are you an experienced project manager with specialist knowledge of historic buildings? Heritage Lincolnshire is working in partnership with Boston Borough Council to deliver the Boston Townscape Heritage project, funded by the Heritage…Read more
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Heritage Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services are delighted to announce a new research opportunity at Bolingbroke Castle, having secured funding from the Castle Studies Trust. The archaeological activities will further advance the understanding of one of England’s most important castles, and the birth place of Henry IV. The site is currently open to the public…Read more
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