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POSTPONED – Lincolnshire Yeomanry

April 15 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This talk has been POSTPONED and a new date will be scheduled shortly.

Working in partnership with Lincoln & North Lincs Western Front Association Branch, join us, and Michael Credland, online or in-person at The Old King’s Head in Kirton, as he delivers an interesting talk on:

Lincolnshire Yeomanry

The Lincolnshire Yeomanry was a volunteer cavalry unit of the British Army originally formed as Independent Troops in 1794 and saw action during the Second Boer War and First World War before being disbanded in 1920. The Headquarters and C Squadron was at the former Militia Barracks on Burton Road in Lincoln and now the Museum of Lincolnshire Life with other Squadrons based at Grantham, Louth and Grimsby. This illustrated talk will give a brief synopsis of the early days and concentrate on the Lincolnshire Yeomanry in Egypt, Palestine and Battle of Gaza during the First World War.

Venue: Online or in-person

Tickets: Members £6 or £7  & Non-members £8 or £10

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Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Organiser

Heritage Lincolnshire
Phone:
01529 461499
View Organiser Website

Other

Facilities
Parking, Toilets, Refreshments

Venue

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