Historic Environment Skills

The Historic Environment Skills (HES) programme has been engaging people across Lincolnshire and the East Midlands in the skills needed to conserve, protect and help the public engage with their heritage including: archaeology, traditional building skills, project management for building preservation trusts and engagement. This project has been ongoing since 2018 and will be completed in November 2021.

Part of this project was to create an online resource which will be available for people to engage with the historic environment and skills, and to open up traditional buildings to a new audience. This resource has been created for you to find out more about the different types of historic buildings, and the different elements that make these buildings up.

Case studies have been provided to show how the HES trainees throughout their traineeships have developed in their new heritage and traditional skills, thanks to the project.

HES mill hill cottage limewashing
HES mill hill cottage

Residential

Mill Hill Cottage

HES Lincoln Castle stonework 2
HES Lincoln Castle Lucy Tower

Monument

Lincoln Castle

HES lincoln cathedral stone masonry in action
Aerial-view-of-Lincoln-Cathedral

Religious

Lincoln Cathedral

HES Bolingbroke Castle archaeology
HES Bolingbroke Castle aerial view

Ruin

Bolingbroke Castle

HES Old Kings Head brick pointing
HES Old Kings Head frontage

Business

The Old King's Head

hes heckington windmill millwright 2
hes heckington windmill

Industrial

Heckington Windmill