Category Archives: News

Funding for new heritage venue at Greyfriars in Lincoln

City of Lincoln Council in partnership with Heritage Lincolnshire secures National Lottery support City of Lincoln Council, in partnership with Heritage Lincolnshire, has received initial support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund for the “Re-Imagining Greyfriars: 800 years of stories in the making”. Made possible by National Lottery players, the project aims to repair the…
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Purchase Your Tickets Now For The Templar Talks

November 26 & December 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm  £6 – £8 Join us, digitally, for one, or both, of these fascinating talks. Tickets can be bought through our website shop and there is a discount for members and combined tickets. It promises to be a couple of interesting evenings! 26th November 2020 and 18th…
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12 Days of Giving

£1,000 could make a big difference to the work we do, working to save heritage buildings and engage the community. That’s why we’d be really grateful if you could nominate us in Ecclesiastical’s 12 days of giving. Your nomination could be the one that wins us £1,000. Open to eligible charities in the UK, Republic…
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New Digital Course: A Sting in the Tale

A Sting in the Tale: How to Make Thread from Stinging Nettles October 31 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm  £8 – £10 Join us for this unique and fascinating course, and learn a brilliant new hobby for autumn. Discover the secrets of the humble nettle plant and how it can be used as food, dye and…
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 Heritage Lincolnshire receives lifeline grant

 Heritage Lincolnshire receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund Heritage Lincolnshire is one of 445 heritage organisations across the country set to receive a lifesaving financial boost from the government thanks to the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help them through the coronavirus pandemic. 445 organisations will share £103 million, including Heritage Lincolnshire,…
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Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days 2020: The Past and Pastimes

  11th - 20th September 2020 Heritage Open Days is your once-a-year chance to discover some of Lincolnshire's rarely seen historic treasures, with exciting experiences that bring local history and culture to life, for free! [row][span7]Heritage Open Days celebrate England’s architecture and culture by allowing visitors free access to interesting properties that are not usually…
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Autumn 2020 Newsletter

Well, what a few months it has been! While all around us the world seems to have been turned on its head, at Heritage Lincolnshire we’ve continued to take the long-view. Lincolnshire’s heritage, like Lincolnshire folk, is made of strong stuff and that resilience has certainly been on show over the past few months. Find…
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Layers of History Evaluation

Durnin Research was appointed in October 2019 by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire to evaluate the Layers of History project. This evaluation was tasked to capture and assess the extent to which the project has performed in terms of meeting the conditions of its support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and capture wider learning…
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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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