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Download your Heritage Open Day 2019 Brochure

Download your Heritage Open Day brochure ready for the festival in September. HERITAGE LINCOLNSHIRE HOD Brochure 2019 With over 150 events throughout the two weeks, there is something for everyone. Brochures are also available in paper form, and can be collected from The Old School. Heckington, or let us know where you are located and…
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Summer Newsletter 2019

The Heritage Lincolnshire 2019 Summer Newsletter is here! Download now to find out what has been going on within Heritage Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services since Spring, and what we have coming up throughout the Summer! Summer Newsletter 2019    
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Heritage Skills Centre seek Trainees

Take the first step towards a historic new career Applications are now being accepted for five new traineeships offered by the Historic Environment Skills (HES) project. Run by the county council, Lincoln Cathedral and Heritage Lincolnshire, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the HES project aims to encourage more young people to pursue careers…
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Heritage Lincolnshire bids a fond farewell to CEO Liz Bates

After 6 years in post as the charity’s Chief Executive Officer and 17 years with the organisation, Liz Bates will leave her post on the 7th June 2019. Liz said “It has been a privilege to work with such a fantastic team of staff and volunteers over the past 17 years and I have learned…
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Introducing ‘The Lincs Pass’

Heritage Lincolnshire have partnered up with the creator of the East Anglia Pass on an exciting new concept for the Lincolnshire County. The East Anglia Pass has a huge following down South in places such as Essex and Suffolk, and we hope to continue this throughout Lincolnshire with the aim to increase tourism within the…
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The Hidden History of Greyfriars

    A medieval hidden gem, Greyfriars sits on the edge of Lincoln City's Cultural Quarter. A Grade 1 Listed building and Scheduled Ancient Monument of international importance. Believed to be one of the earliest Franciscan Churches in Europe. It is also possible that it is the oldest standing Franciscan building in England. 700 years…
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Heritage Skills Weekend Workshop

Are you aged between 18 and 24? Are you interested in a future career in heritage or tourism? Would you like to meet others that have the same interests as you? Would you like to hear from experts in the industry and learn some invaluable skills from the leading Heritage organisation in Lincolnshire? If you…
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Layers of History Volunteer Taster Day in Harlaxton

Over the last two years, our Layers of History volunteers have been attending workshops and training days on subjects such as medieval settlements, the geology of Lincolnshire, palaeography, illuminated manuscripts, Lincolnshire's place names, historic cookery and archival research. They've also been undertaking research in Revesby, Freiston Shore, Hackthorn and South Ormsby, to name a few,…
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Join us for a coach trip to Wharram Percy

Join the Layers of History Volunteer coach trip to Wharram Percy along with expert speaker Stuart Wrathmell who was editor and principal contributor to the Wharram Series printed in 2012, on Tuesday 30th April. Wharram Percy is one of the largest and best preserved of Britain's 3,000 or so known deserted medieval villages. It is…
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Spring Newsletter 2019

Our first newsletter for 2019 is here and we have lots to tell you with updates, information and events coming up! You can download the newsletter below, or contact us at htladmin@heritagelincolnshire.org to subscribe to our mailing lists so that you can keep up to date with all that Heritage Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services…
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