Layers of History is offering everyone a chance to get involved, and improve their health and wellbeing along the way! [gallery type="slider" ids="13417,13410,13411,13418,13412,13413,13419,13414,13415,13420,13416,13421"] Layers of History is a ground-breaking, volunteer-led 3 year-long project that the Heritage Lottery Fund has been supporting since the beginning in 2017, and will continue to do so until the project…Read more
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We are so excited to announce our two new courses. We are running two practical courses here in Heckington in December. The first, Food Through the Ages, will be a 12 hour course, over 2 days, where a whole range of Food History will be discussed and you will be able to create a few…Read more
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Heritage Lincolnshire are working with Derby City Council to deliver training as part of their Heritage Lottery Funded Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI). The series of free, one day workshops will help owners, local tradespeople, architects and interested individuals learn more about the maintenance and management of historic buildings. The aim of the THI is to…Read more
My time at heritage Lincolnshire has been filled with such diverse tasks that have given me a greater understanding of many sections that comprise Heritage Lincolnshire. Each day introduced with a new, interesting task, for example, doing a geophysics survey with APS and pot reconstruction with Denise. My week here has definitely given me skills…Read more
Mark has been working on wayfarer posts that are inspired by the mill’s rich history. “The towpath by the mill would have been full of dray or draft horses, pulling huge barges full of sacks of flour. The horses, and the world that comes with them... of stablehands, steadmans, farriers and saddlers, all contributed to…Read more
“While researching Moulton Mill, I was reminded of a visit to an area of Derbyshire called Stanage Edge, where, when out walking, I came across what can only be described as a millstone graveyard; an area where discarded mill stones cut from the hard rock had been left, never to be used. I began to…Read more
Now in its fourth year, it’s time to get your boots on for the return of the popular South Lincolnshire Walking Festival from Saturday 29th September until Sunday 28th October. The festival offers 61 walks celebrating the varied countryside in North & South Kesteven, Boston and South Holland. All the walks take place on Fridays,…Read more
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