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Farming in Lincolnshire through the Ages

March 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us for an interactive talk with music as we celebrate our Lincolnshire customs and traditions in a fun way!

Farming in Lincolnshire Through the Ages – This interactive and musical talk will start with a brief history of the onset of various ancient farming practices. The presentation also looks at the farming year using a medieval farming calendar of supposed local origin as a framework.

We will also focus on the people who worked the land and the political and social pressures that were exerted on them. The development of different farming practices in different parts of Lincolnshire with its different soils and geology, are also discussed.

There are three talks in this Lincolnshire Customs and Traditions series. Seeking to be lively but respectful, informative but entertaining, Lincolnshire Archaeologist and Folk Musician Tom Lane does the presenting with acclaimed local musicians Nigel Creasey and Teri Clarke giving an authentic local voice to the songs.

Tickets: Members £10 / Non-members £12

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Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Organiser

Heritage Lincolnshire
Phone:
01529 461499
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Venue

The Old King’s Head, Kirton
High Street
Kirton , Lincolnshire PE20 1EG UK
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