Months with Events
About Events

Events are open to all and prior booking is not necessary except where indicated.

Unless advertised otherwise, SLHA members are charged £1.00 and non-members £5.00 for attandance at events.

Details of all events are obtainable from SLHA.


Speakers Offered

Names and contact details of speakers are available from the SLHA Office.

Speakers Wanted
Additions to our database of speakers are welcomed - please let us have details of topics, contact information and fees.

 

Events Calendar

January

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The Buildings of Walsingham - A Pilgrim Town

Presented by Ian Hinton

Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 16 January, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Heritage Lincolnshire, our work with Heritage, People and Communities

Presented by Kathryn Moore

Thursday 17 January, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Sunday Special: 3 Short Talks

• Aerial Photography - Kathryn Murphy

• Boston - the Daughter City - Neil Wright

• 12th century timbers in Farmhouse at Sixhills - Mark Gardiner 

SLHA Members £1.00; Non-members £5.00

Everyone Welcome

Sunday 20 January, 2019
2.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

February

February 2019
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Coffee Morning

Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.

Everyone very welcome

Friday 01 February, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
The International Bomber Command Centre

A Story of Discovery, Education and Remembrance.

Presented by AVM PA Robinson OBE FRAeS, IBCC Management Board

An illustrated lecture on Lincolnshire Bomber Command 1939-1945 and the International Bomber Command Centre.

Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 13 February, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
A Tale of the Collapsing Cathedral
Presented by Nigel Burn
Thursday 21 February, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH

March

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Coffee Morning

Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.

Everyone very welcome

Friday 01 March, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Sunday Special: 3 Short Talks

• Bishop Christopher Wordsworth - Elys Varney

• A Lincolnshire Brick Collector - Ken Redmore

• Archaeological Highlights of Lincoln's Eastern By-Pass - Reuben Lopez Catalan

 

SLHA Members £1.00; Non-members £5.00

Everyone Welcome

Sunday 17 March, 2019
2.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Medieval Feasting at Lincoln Castle
Presented by Cecily Spall  
 
SLHA Members £1.00; Non-members £5.00

Everyone Welcome
Wednesday 20 March, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Bully Beef and Biscuits – Sanitary Inspectors at War
 Presented by Will Hatchett
Thursday 21 March, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Industrial Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend 
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA
 
Meet at Jews’ Court
Saturday 30 March, 2019
10.30am
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Medieval Streets and Markets of Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA
 
Meet outside the Castle Hill Club
Saturday 30 March, 2019
12.00 noon
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square, LN1 3AA
Roman Uphill Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA

Meet outside St Paul’s in the Bail, Bailgate, (opp. Lion and Snake )
Saturday 30 March, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: St Paul’s in the Bail, Bailgate, Lincoln LN1 3AX
Guided Visits Of Medieval Jews' Court

Talks at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm

Please book by calling 01522 521337

Book-shop selling new and second-hand books 

Saturday 30 March, 2019
10.00am - 3.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Medieval Streets and Markets of Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA

Meet outside the Castle Hill Club
Sunday 31 March, 2019
11.00am
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square, LN1 3AA
Roman Uphill Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA

Meet outside St Paul’s in the Bail, Bailgate, (opp. Lion and Snake )
Sunday 31 March, 2019
12.00 noon
LINCOLN: St Paul’s in the Bail, Bailgate, Lincoln LN1 3AX
Industrial Lincoln - Guided Walk
Discover Lincoln Weekend
A series of Guided Walks organised by the SLHA

Meet at Jews’ Court
Sunday 31 March, 2019
10.30am
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Guided Visits Of Medieval Jews' Court

Talks at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm

Please book by calling 01522 521337

Book-shop selling new and second-hand books 

Sunday 31 March, 2019
10.00am - 3.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

April

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Coffee Morning

Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.

 

Everyone very welcome

Friday 05 April, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Tudor Tales!
Craft a Jester’s head in clay 
Create a Story Scroll with pictures 
Make a sparkly Tudor Rose pendant
Try your hand at playing Tudor Five Stones 
Find out some Fascinating Facts about the Tudors in Lincolnshire  
Everyone welcome 
Children MUST be accompanied. 
Admission FREE - £1.00 charge for craft activities

Tuesday 09 April, 2019
10.00am – 12.00 noon
MARKET RASEN: Library, 73 Mill Lane, Market Rasen, LN8 3AT
Jean Bemrose - A Great War Nurse

Presented by Chris Hewis

Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 17 April, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Lincolnshire Landscape
Presented by Jon Fox
 
Thursday 18 April, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
New Members' Day

New and current members all welcome

Please contact Nigel Burn

nmeburn@virginmedia.com

Sunday 28 April, 2019
2.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

May

May 2019
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Coffee Morning
Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.
 
Everyone very welcome
Friday 03 May, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Brayford Pool – Then and Now
Presented by Neil Wright
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 15 May, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
The events of 1483 - Richard III at The Angel, Grantham
Presented by Dr John Manterfield
Thursday 16 May, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Beside the Seaside

Talks will include the following:

 

The 1953 Flood at Sutton on Sea - Sue Leese


Skegness Portrayed - Chris Hewis


Lincolnshire Coastal Development - Dr Susan Barton


Lost Lincolnshire Villages - Dr Caitlin Green


Lincolnshire’s Changing Coastline - Tammy Smalley


Freiston Shore - Jim Snee 


Cost: 

Admission £25.00 for members and £35.00 for non-members

Closing date for bookings 11th May 2019


Saturday 18 May, 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm
SKEGNESS: The Storehouse, North Parade, PE25 1BY
Download booking form: BesideSeaside.pdf
Eve of Battle Walk

Guided walk by the SLHA along the route which the Royalist army took when it relieved the siege of Lincoln Castle in 1217.

Meet outside the Museum of Lincolnshire Life 

Free - donations welcome 

Sunday 19 May, 2019
11.00am & 2.30pm
LINCOLN: Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, LN1 3LY
Industrial Era Lincoln - Free Guided Walk

Meet outside outside Jews Court.

Sunday 26 May, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Claxby Mine - a Guided Walk
Led by Stewart Squires
 
A joint event part of a Claxby Day during the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival, a joint event with the Festival and the Viking Centre.
 
No need to book. 
 
Admission by donation to be divided between the SLHA and the Viking Centre
Friday 31 May, 2019
10.00am
CLAXBY: Viking Centre, Pelham Rd, LN8 3YR

June

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Summer Outing to Lincoln Lane Farm
Organised by the Building Recording Group
 
Admission £13.50 to include coffee & bicuits on arrival and a buffet lunch
 
Pre-booking essential as places are strictly limited

 

The event was fully booked

Saturday 01 June, 2019
9.30am – 4.00pm
HAINTON: The Heneage Arms, Louth Rd, LN8 6LX
Download booking form: LincolnLaneFarm.pdf
RUBL, the Building Recording Group, are organising a day out for members to learn about their project at Lincoln Lane Farm in Sixhills. This is open to all members but there is a limit of 40 tickets. This is an all day visit starting at 9.3Oam. There will be presentations all morning at The Heneage Arms in Hainton. Members of the project team will talk about various aspects of building recording used at Sixhills and the results of their researches. Coffee & biscuits on arrival and a buffet lunch is included in the price. After lunch there will be guided visits around Lincoln Lane Farm. The day will end with tea and summing up back at The Heneage Arms. We expect to finish around 4.00pm.
 
The meeting will be at the Heneage Arms in Hainton village which is on the A157, the Louth-Wragby road at the junction with the road to Sixhills. There is ample parking behind the pub. 
Coffee Morning
Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.
 
Everyone very welcome
Friday 07 June, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
The Civil War in Lincolnshire 1642-1660

This conference is a joint event organised by the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology (SLHA) and the Cromwell Association. 
 

FULLY BOOKED 


Programme: 

Welcome and Introduction - Nigel Burn 

Lincolnshire and the Outbreak of Civil War - Dr Clive Holmes 

Cromwell’s First Campaign: Peterborough, Crowland and Gainsborough 1643 - Stuart Orme

Crisis in Command: Conflicting Military Authorities in the East Midlands - Professor Martyn Bennet

Life in a Garrisoned Town: Newark 1642-1644; Bolthole and Bastion for East Midlands Royalists - Dr Stuart Jennings

The City of Lincoln during and after the English Civil Wars - Dr Jonathan Fitzgibbons

The Human Cost of the Civil Wars: Lincolnshire and its Hinterlands - Dr David Appleby

Cost:

The total cost for the event including a buffet lunch and tea and coffee is £25.00 for SLHA members and members of the Cromwell Association and £35.00 for non-members.

Saturday 15 June, 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm
Lincoln: Christ’s Hospital School, Wragby Rd, LN2 4PN
Download booking form: CivilWarInLincolnshire.pdf
The Medieval town of Dunwich, Suffolk
Presented by Professor Carenza Lewis
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 
Wednesday 19 June, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
The History of Sleaford Roman Catholic Church
Presented by Robert Turner
Thursday 20 June, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Medieval Streets & Markets - Free Guided Walk
Meet outside the Castle Hill Club.
Sunday 30 June, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square, LN1 3AA

July

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Coffee Morning

With regret, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

The next Coffee Morning is on Friday 6 September 

Friday 05 July, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
EVENT CANCELLED
Study Tour to Exeter
Staying at Exeter University. Tour arranged by Ken Hollamby jointly with Travel Wright Ltd of Newark, programme to possibly include :-
 
* Stonehenge new visitor centre
* Bishops’ Palace at Wells
* Archaeology of Dartmoor
* Walking tour of Exeter
* Seaton Tramway
* River cruise
 

FULLY BOOKED

Thursday 11 July, 2019 to Monday 15 July, 2019
Environmental Interpretation of the English Landscape

With particular Reference to Tennyson, John Clare and Peter de Wint. 


Annual Brackenbury Lecture


Presented by Mark Seaward

 

Followed by Afternoon Tea

 

Admission by Donation

Saturday 13 July, 2019
3.00pm
RAITHBY: Raithby Chapel (by Spilsby) PE23 4DW
Lincoln's Medieval Streets & Markets
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Monday 15 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square (starting point)
Roman Uphill Lincoln
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Tuesday 16 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Open site opposite Lion & Snake, Bailgate (starting point)
Lincoln's Medieval Streets & Markets
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Wednesday 17 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square (starting point)
The First World War Memorials of Lincolnshire

31st W H Hosford Memorial Lecture


Presented by Mike Credland

Thursday 18 July, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Roman Uphill Lincoln
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Thursday 18 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Open site opposite Lion & Snake, Bailgate (starting point)
Lincoln's Medieval Streets & Markets
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Friday 19 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square (starting point)
Roman Uphill Lincoln
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Saturday 20 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Open site opposite Lion & Snake, Bailgate (starting point)
Lincoln's Medieval Streets & Markets
A guided walk arranged by SLHA as part of the Uphill Lincoln Week
Sunday 21 July, 2019
2.00 p.m.
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square (starting point)
150 Years of Water Supply at Gunby Hall (National Festival of Archaeology)
Joint event in association with the National Trust
 
Join members of the Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology (SLHA) for a guided walk around the sites of the water supply to Gunby Hall. The tour is expected to last for 90 minutes. Stout footwear is recommended.
 
Normal National Trust charges apply plus a recommended donation of £3.00
Wednesday 24 July, 2019
2.00pm
GUNBY: Gunby Hall, Spilsby PE23 5SS
Crafty Archaeology (Supporting the National Festival of Archaeology 2019)
Joint event for families in conjunction with Kirton-in-Lindsey Society.
 
Investigate images and real and replica artefacts and explore how we can use them to find out about people in the past and how they lived.
 
Enjoy a selection of crafty activities inspired by archaeological artefacts from Lincolnshire.
 
Use a variety of craft materials including clay to make a jester’s head and card and embossing foils to create a piece of Roman style jewellery and your very own version of the famous Witham shield decorated with Celtic designs!!
 
Admission is FREE with a £1.00 charge for each craft activity
Children MUST be accompanied
Drinks and light refreshments will be available
Thursday 25 July, 2019
10.00am – 12.30pm
KIRTON-IN-LINDSEY: Jubilee Town Hall, Market Place
Industrial Era Lincoln - Free Guided Walk

Meet outside outside Jews Court. 

Sunday 28 July, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

August

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Medieval Streets & Markets - Free Guided Walk
Meet outside the Castle Hill Club.
Sunday 25 August, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square, LN1 3AA

September

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Market Rasen’s Industrial Heritage
A study walk around the town
Monday 02 September, 2019
10.45 am to 4.00 pm
MARKET RASEN Railway Station
Coffee Morning

Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.

 

Everyone very welcome

Friday 06 September, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
The Archaeology of the First World War
Presented by Paul Stamper
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 
Wednesday 18 September, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Aspects of Sleaford’s Industrial Past
Presented by Christopher Page
Thursday 19 September, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Industrial Era Lincoln - Free Guided Walk
Meet outside outside Jews Court.
Sunday 29 September, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

October

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Coffee Morning
Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.
 
Everyone very welcome
Friday 04 October, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Melting & Smelting - Industrial Heritage Day - EMIAC 97
Programme: 
9.00 Coffee and Registration 
9.30 Welcome and Introduction 
 
Talks will include:
‘The Changes the Iron and Steel Industry has made’
Presented by Steven Stubbins
The impact of the steel industry on the development of Scunthorpe including aspects of Local Social History
 
Coffee Break
 
‘The Lincolnshire Ironmasters Association and Railway’
Presented by Bryan Longthorne
The structure, development and ownership of the Companies and the origins of different raw materials and their transport to Scunthorpe
 
‘Changes in Steel making Furnaces over the 20c’
Presented by John Hill
How the industry has responded to meet increased demand for high grade steel for a variety of applications.
 
1.00pm Lunch, Displays and Bookstall
 
2.00pm A 15 mile rail tour arranged by the Appleby Frodingham Preservation Society with expert leadership, will give a comprehensive view of today’s steelmaking site. The tour will last around two and a half hours and include a tea and coffee break.
 
4.30pm Close
Saturday 05 October, 2019
09.30am – 4.30pm
Scunthorpe: British Steel Conference Centre, Brigg Road, DN15 0BA
Download booking form: MeltingAndSmelting.pdf
Introduction
 
Local iron ore was first smelted in Scunthorpe in the 1860s. The industry grew rapidly and by the 1920s three major companies, on sites to the east of the town, produced more than 10% of the steel made in Britain. In later years, now under single ownership, steel was produced in ever larger and more sophisticated furnaces and mills. Rail links to and within the site have been crucial to the development of the industry, especially since it has become wholly reliant on imported ore.
 
Scunthorpe owes its existence to the iron and steel industry. What was once a sparsely populated rural area has been transformed into a large town housing hundreds of workers and providing a wide range of supporting trades and services.
 
Key aspects of the industry and the development of the town are highlighted in the morning’s presentations. A guided tour by train in the afternoon gives a unique view of Scunthorpe’s huge iron and steelmaking site.
 
Car Parking 
There is ample car parking adjacent to the Conference Centre
 
Please book in advance
The total cost for the event including the train tour, buffet lunch plus tea and coffee is £25.00
2019 Annual General Meeting
Programme:
Tea and coffee will be provided from 10.30am
The Annual General Meeting will begin at 11.00am 
Following an optional buffet lunch, you are very welcome to participate in the following: 
1.00pm Guided Walk to St Wufram's Church Led by Dr John Manterfield (Itinerary and notes will be provided) 
1.20pm Guided Tour of St Wufram's Church including the Chained Library and Crypt Led by Dr John Manterfield
2.20pm Tea and Coffee at The Guildhall Arts Centre
2.45pm Illustrated talk - Presented by Ruth Crook "Emigration to the New World in the 17th century: Arthur and Ann Storer of Grantham"
3.30pm Close 
Saturday 12 October, 2019
10.30am for 11.00am
GRANTHAM: The Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter's Hill, NG31 6PZ
Download booking form: AGM2019.pdf
‘Off the Beeton Track’

Presented by Sadie Hirst


Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00

Wednesday 16 October, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Witham Valley Monasteries
Presented by Jean Townsend
Thursday 17 October, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Tom Baker OBE, Annual Memorial Lecture

Tom Baker OBE Lincolnshire Archaeologist, Naturalist and Historian.

A series of talks to celebrate his life and work :-

Welcome and Introduction - Catherine Wilson OBE

Tom Baker, a Personal Reflection - Phyllis Baker

Tom Baker and Lincoln’s Archaeology - Dr Michael M J Jones

Tom Baker and the City & County Museum - Nicholas Moore

Tom Baker, Guardian of Lincolnshire’s Natural History - Professor Mark Seaward

Members £1.00 - Non-Members £5.00 - Everyone Welcome 

Sunday 20 October, 2019
2.00pm to 4.00pm
LINCOLN: The Blue Room, The Lawn, LN1 3BU
Medieval Streets & Markets - Free Guided Walk
Meet outside the Castle Hill Club.
Sunday 27 October, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Castle Hill Club, Castle Square, LN1 3AA

November

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Coffee Morning
Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.
 
Everyone very welcome
Friday 01 November, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Archaeology Live! Day Conference
Programme:  
Talks start at 9.30am Registration from 9.00am

Wings to the Past: Riseholme and the Royal Air Force
Presented by Adam Daubney

Mineral from the Marshes: Coastal Salt Making in Lincolnshire
Presented by Tom Lane

Ramparts, Coinage and Kingdoms: the Corieltavi and Brigantes at the end of the Iron Age
Presented by Professor Colin Haselgrove

Trade, Wealth and Worship at Little Carlton, East Lindsey
Presented by Duncan Wright

How to build an Anglo-Saxon Church: the Lincolnshire Evidence 
Presented by Mark Gardiner

Uncovering the Secrets of Roman Winterton
Presented by Natasha Powers
 
Tales from the Riverbank: Prehistoric and Roman Settlement in the lower Bain Valley
Presented by Paul Cope-Faulkner

Saturday 02 November, 2019
9.00am – 4.30pm
SLEAFORD: Riverside Church Centre, NG34 7RY
Download booking form: 2019ArchaeologyLive.pdf
The 2019 Day Conference organised by the SLHA Archaeology Team will take place in Sleaford. It will include a series of talks exploring the long and illustrious past of Lincolnshire given by leading archaeologists from within the county and beyond. 
 
Come and discover how recent discoveries are helping to re-write the past. Developer-funded and research projects are shedding new light on how our ancestors settled in this part of the country and how people in the past lived and worked.

In addition to a selection of talks, the conference will host a Society book-stall selling new and second-hand books and maps. There will also be displays by various organisations 
including Sleaford Museum Trust.
 
The Riverside Church is centrally located in Sleaford and there are plenty of Public Car Parks in the local area.

A digital map showing the venue location, one way system and location of car parks will be forwarded by email together with an acknowledgement of your booking form and payment. 
 
We cannot accept bookings after 18th October 2019
Sunday Special: 3 Short Talks
• The Rich and FamousJohn Manterfield
• The Archaeology of Claxby Ironstone Mine - Stewart Squires
• Lincoln's Local List - Richard Croft                                                                                                                                                                                

SLHA Members £1.00; Non-members £5.00

Everyone Welcome


Sunday 10 November, 2019
2.30pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Historic England and the Grimsby Project
Presented by Katie Carmichael
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 
Wednesday 20 November, 2019
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ
Sleaford Group AGM
Details to be announced
Thursday 21 November, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH
Volunteers Christmas Party
Sunday 24 November, 2019
2.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS

December

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Coffee Morning
Find out about the Society, meet friends and enjoy a coffee.
 
Everyone very welcome
Friday 06 December, 2019
10.30am - 12.00pm
LINCOLN: Jews' Court, Steep Hill, LN2 1LS
Variety Evening
Contributions by members and others including facilities for table top displays.
Thursday 19 December, 2019
7.30pm
SLEAFORD: St Denys Parish Centre, NG34 7SH

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The Anchoress and the Queen
An archaeological investigation into St Peter’s Hill, Grantham.
 
Presented by Ruth Crook
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 15 January, 2020
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ

March  2020

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Segregation and Reputation - The Gilbertine Order in Lincolnshire
Presented by Peter Townend, Network Archaeology
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 18 March, 2020
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ

April  2020

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New Member’s Day
New and current members all welcome.
 
Please contact nmeburn@virginmedia.com

Sunday 19 April, 2020
2.30pm

May  2020

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Paper Mills of Lincolnshire
Presented by Hugh Nott
 
Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 20 May, 2020
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ

July  2020

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Annual Society Tour - Winchester
For details please contact ken@abbeyside.co.uk

Thursday 16 July, 2020 to Sunday 19 July, 2020

October  2020

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Victorian Churches in Lincolnshire
Presented by Matt Godfrey

Members £1.00 - Non-members £5.00 

Wednesday 21 October, 2020
7.30pm
LINCOLN: St Hugh's Hall, Monks Road, LN2 5AQ