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Middens and Muck!

Online Lincolnshire

Join us, online, as Peter Hammond, a qualified archaeologist and an experienced local and family historian, delivers this entertaining talk. How did our forebears cope before the days of flush…

Women in Medieval Lincoln

Online Lincolnshire

When people think of women in medieval Lincoln, they tend to think of Nichola de la Haye and Katherine Swynford, two of the most famous ladies associated with the castle…

Folklore and Custom in the East Midlands

Online Lincolnshire

Join us for this entertaining, online, talk which describes a year in the life of the East Midlands folklore calendar - from mob-football games, to Maypole dances and Mummers plays.…

Anthotype Process & Printing

Online Lincolnshire

Working in partnership with The National Centre for Craft & Design, join us for this online course - an history, science and art lesson all rolled into one. Anthotype printing…

Potions, Lotions and Cure-alls…

Online Lincolnshire

Join us, online, as Peter Hammond, a qualified archaeologist and an experienced local and family historian, delivers this entertaining talk. We’ve all heard of Boots the Chemists. But what about…

Silverpoint Drawing

Online Lincolnshire

Working in partnership with The National Centre for Craft & Design, join us for this online course. You can step into the shoes of the “Renaissance Masters” and try out…

Anthotype Process & Printing

Online Lincolnshire

Working in partnership with The National Centre for Craft & Design, join us for this online course - an history, science and art lesson all rolled into one. Anthotype printing…

Lincoln in the 13th Century

Online Lincolnshire

Lincoln was by far the largest urban settlement in the county by the beginning of the thirteenth century, with a population of around 7,000 people. Famous for its wool trade…