Learn how to read a church with Dr Matthew Godfrey, Historic Churches Officer at the Diocese of Lincoln. Lincolnshire has an impressive number of churches which a rich architectural history and this course will help you to identify periods of ecclesiastical architecture and piece together their rich history. This course is free to new learners…Read more
* Dress for practical work. Join us at the Heritage Skills Centre and learn why we use lime mortars, the variety that can be used and get to experience creating your own mixes, pointing and a little lime plastering. This course is free to new learners or £18, concessions available. Tea, coffee & biscuits provided.…Read more
Join us, at the Heritage Skills Centre in Lincoln Castle, and learn a new skill. Over the course of the day you'll get a whirlwind introduction to traditional hand bookbinding, creating a number of small books in a variety of styles. This course is free to new learners or £18, concessions available. Tea, coffee &…Read more
Learn how to 'read' a church with Dr. Matthew Godfrey...
Join an experienced tutor at the Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln Castle learning how to weave with wool. Full details will be added shortly. This 1 session course, on 8th November is free to new learners or costs £18, concessions available. Tea, coffee & biscuits provided. Booking is essential. For an enrolment form…Read more
Do Something New Grantham Museum October 19th 9.30am -12.30pm Come and explore what Heritage Lincolnshire is doing in your community and how you can get involved! Find out about its projects and sample the wide range of activities that volunteers for the Trust are currently involved in. There will be no high pressure selling,…Read more
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…Read more