On This Day ...
September 25
St Hugh’s Home for Boys established in Newport, Lincoln, 1896
Forthcoming Events
HIGHLIGHTS
COMING SOON
News and Reports

Interested in Lincolnshire's history and heritage? Join SLHA now and share its many benefits

Recent Discoveries in Lincolnshire Archaeology is the theme for a stimulating day conference in LIncoln on Saturday 7 October

How Boston grew from a small village to become a leading English port in a few score years


This recently formed group is engaged in recording and understanding Lincolnshire's vernacular buildings

Discover the industrial history of Lincolnshire: mills and maltings; drains and docks; farms and factories.

Learn about Lincolnshire's rich and varied archaeology, especially in the Roman, Viking and Anglo-Saxon periods.

Find out about the places, people and events in Lincolnshire's colourful past, and how to uncover the story of your own village.

Volunteers Wanted
Enthusiasts are needed to help run our society and our Lincoln bookshop

Lincolnshire books, plus good quality second-hand books.
Open Monday to Saturday, 10.00am to 4.00pm.

PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MONTH
September 2017 - Thorpe on the Hill Methodist Chapel
September 2017 - Thorpe on the Hill Methodist Chapel

The Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Thorpe was opened in 1909 and dedicated to John Hunt (1812-1848), a locally born missionary to Fiji. It is now a private house.

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