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Registration Form – HODs Digital Engagement Webinar and Training

Heritage Lincolnshire is offering a free training session for organisers of Heritage Open Days events who would like to learn a little more about digital engagement or would like to put on a digital event for the festival. The training will take place on Monday 27th July, between 9.30am - 12.30pm, and will be hosted…
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Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Brochure – Pre Order now!

We are delighted that the Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Festival will still be going ahead and are so proud of our organisers who are getting COVID-secure or creating new digital events for you to enjoy. In turn, we will be working hard to promote the festival through a free digital brochure, as well as increasing…
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Laabiyah completes traineeship at Heritage Lincolnshire

We are so proud of our Buildings Preservation Trust trainee Laabiyah as she comes to the end of her traineeship and becomes a fully fledged employee of Heritage Lincolnshire. On Tuesday 24th March 2020, Laabiyah officially  finished her traineeship, completed through the Historic Environment Skills programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.  Through the…
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Lincolnshire’s First Song

Recently the Layers of History team has been working on the digital reconstruction of the prehistoric Cursus monument at Harlaxton and, as part of the process, the question of ancient music came up. Now, there are no recordings of prehistoric music available, and the discussion centred on modern bands such as Heilung. But discussions like…
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Celebrating Success – Heritage Lincolnshire receives volunteering accreditation

Heritage Lincolnshire is delighted to have recently retained their Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard, recognising the excellent work they do with volunteers. Gail Graham, Senior Manager for the Trust said, “Our volunteers are an essential element of our organisation and, as a small charity, we are able to achieve so much more with their involvement. …
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2019’s Annual Report

Our Annual Report for 2019 is now available for you to download Hear from our new CEO, Greg Pickup as he was welcomed to the Trust at the end of 2019 and we look over our key areas of work that we completed throughout the year.   [pdf-embedder url="https://www.heritagelincolnshire.org/wp-content/uploads/HTL-APS-Annual-Report-2019.pdf" title="HTL & APS Annual Report 2019"]
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Goodbye to our Archaeology Trainees

Over the last year Asa and Maeya have begun their careers in the built heritage sector and training to become archaeologists.  Maeya has since left APS to go to University and study Archaeology and Asa has now been employed with the team. We also have Laabiyah who is currently training to become a Buildings Preservation…
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The Old King’s Head Free Courses

Join us for some free courses as part of our Old King's Head project funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Booking is essential for all courses. To book please call us on 01529 461499 or email hannah.thompson@heritagelincolnshire.org History of Kirton, the Old King's Head and Lincolnshire's Vernacular Buildings  Learn about History of Kirton Village,…
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Construction, Property, Heritage & Trade Exhibition 2020

Join us for the first Construction, Property, Heritage & Trade Exhibition brought to you by Archaeological Project Services & Heritage Lincolnshire for 2020! Why are we holding this Exhibition? With the current economic climate affecting the Construction industry and the uncertainty of Brexit, Heritage Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services wanted to bring businesses together in…
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Autumn Newsletter 2019

The Heritage Lincolnshire 2019 Autumn Newsletter is here! Download now to find out what has been going on within Heritage Lincolnshire and Archaeological Project Services in the last few months [pdf-embedder url="https://www.heritagelincolnshire.org/wp-content/uploads/Autumn-2019-Newsletter.pdf" title="Autumn 2019 Newsletter"]
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