We are pleased to announce our new programme of lifelong learning courses for 2015/16.
This year Heritage Lincolnshire will be working in partnership with the Heritage Skills Centre in Lincoln to deliver a range of new courses where people will be able to try their hand at traditional skills such as spinning wool, using lime mortar, and stone masonry.
The purpose built centre in the historic setting of Lincoln Castle has fantastic facilities for learners, with courses taught by a network of experienced craftspeople.
As usual we will also be running our popular programme of courses at other venues around the county including at Fydell House in Boston, in Horncastle, and at our offices in Heckington.
There is a packed programme of courses on offer, covering everything from the county's architectural history, to the archaeology of the Lincolnshire Wolds, and even a course on how you can find the history that's on your doorstep.
Owners of historic homes may also be interested in our new course on fault finding and how to conduct a basic property condition and maintenance survey.
For those with a taste for the middle ages, our resident expert on historic food will be offering learners the chance to explore medieval cookery, in theory and in practice in the kitchen!
Whatever aspect of the county's heritage your interested in there's something for everyone!
More information on all of our courses can be found here.View all courses
Our lifelong learning courses are part of the Grow programme organised by Lincolnshire County Council’s Community Learning Service. Courses are open to anyone aged 19 or over on 31st August 2015 and places are strictly limited. Prior booking is essential and to book a place email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01529 461499.