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SLHA - Events 2005-2009
 
01. 2005 AGM : The President Retires
01. 2005 AGM : The President Retires
01. 2005 AGM : The President Retires
At the 2005 Annual General Meeting of the Society held in Louth Methodist Church in June David Robinson stepped down as President and was succeeded by Catherine Wilson.
2005-2009,
02. 2005 AGM in Louth
02. 2005 AGM in Louth
02. 2005 AGM in Louth
General view of some of the members at the 2005 AGM held in Louth Methodist Church.
2005-2009,
03. 2005 AGM Tour of Louth
03. 2005 AGM Tour of Louth
03. 2005 AGM Tour of Louth
After the AGM David Robinson led members of the Society on a tour of the town, including the Priory in Eastgate, built by Thomas Espin in 1818.
2005-2009, Thomas Espin, Priory
04. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (1)
04. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (1)
04. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (1)

2005-2009,
05. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (2)
05. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (2)
05. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (2)

2005-2009,
06. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (3)
06. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (3)
06. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (3)

2005-2009,
07. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (4)
07. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (4)
07. 2005 Study Tour to South Wales (4)

2005-2009,
08. Jews' Court Bookshop (1)
08. Jews' Court Bookshop (1)
08. Jews' Court Bookshop (1)
A view of the second-hand book room at Jews' Court bookshop in 2005
2005-2009,
09. Jews' Court Bookshop (2)
09. Jews' Court Bookshop (2)
09. Jews' Court Bookshop (2)
A view of the second-hand book room at Jews' Court bookshop in 2005
2005-2009,
10. Jews' Court Bookshop (3)
10. Jews' Court Bookshop (3)
10. Jews' Court Bookshop (3)
A view of the new book room at Jews' Court bookshop in 2005. It was named the Wagstaffe Room after Thora Wagstaffe, who began the business of selling local books for the Society long before SLHA moved into Jews' Court.
2005-2009,
11. Jews' Court Bookshop (4)
11. Jews' Court Bookshop (4)
11. Jews' Court Bookshop (4)
A view of the new book room at Jews' Court bookshop in 2005. It was named the Wagstaffe Room after Thora Wagstaffe, who began the business of selling local books for the Society long before SLHA moved into Jews' Court.
2005-2009,
12. Jews' Court Garden
12. Jews' Court Garden
12. Jews' Court Garden
The garden behind Jews' Court looking west towards St Martin's Lane in 2005.
2005-2009,
13. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (1)
13. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (1)
13. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (1)

In February 2006 Dr Jonathan Brown's book Farming In Lincolnshire: 1850-1945 was launched at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life. This was the second of the Studies in the History of Lincolnshire series. published by the History of Lincolnshire Committee.

In the photo: Dr Brown wirth Dr Andrew Walker

2005-2009,
14. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (2)
14. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (2)
14. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (2)

Jonathan Brown's book was launched by Dr Joan Thirsk, eminent agricultural historian.

Dr Shirley Brook, vice-chairman of the History of Lincolnshire Committee, presents Dr Thirsk with a bouquet of flowers.

2005-2009,
15. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (3)
15. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (3)
15. Book Launch: Lincolnshire Farming (3)
Jonathan Brown with Catherine Wilson, SLHA President.
2005-2009,
16. Caistor Canal
16. Caistor Canal
16. Caistor Canal

Members of the Industrial Archaeology team at SLHA joined Caistor Heritage Group members on a walk along the former Caistor Canal in March 2006.

Christopher Padley subsequently wrote a detailed article on the history of the canal which was published in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, the SLHA journal.

2005-2009,
17. 2006 AGM at Belton House
17. 2006 AGM at Belton House
17. 2006 AGM at Belton House

The 2006 Annual General Meeiting was held at Belton House by kind permission of the National Trust.

Tours were arranged to basement areas and also to the roof.

2005-2009,
18. Celebrating Horncastle
18. Celebrating Horncastle
18. Celebrating Horncastle

2005-2009,
19. Jews' Court Bookshop
19. Jews' Court Bookshop
19. Jews' Court Bookshop
The interior of the bookshop area selling new books, 2006.
2005-2009,
20. Horncastle Conference - the Masons
20. Horncastle Conference - the Masons
20. Horncastle Conference - the Masons
The annual residential weekend conference in Horncastle in February 2007 was n the theme of charitable organisations. A visit to the local Masonic Hall to inspect the regalia and learn about the practices of the masons was a highlight of the weekend.
2005-2009,
21. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (1)
21. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (1)
21. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (1)

The SLHA Industrial Archaeology Team arranged the East Midlands Industrial Archaeology Conference in May 2007. This was centred around Boston and took as its theme Fen Drainage.

Delegates are seen here at Cowbridge alongside the Maud Foster drain two mile north of Boston.

2005-2009,
22. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (2)
22. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (2)
22. EMIAC Conference on Drainage (2)
Conference delegate also visited Lade Bank Pumping Station on Hobhole Drain, formerly steam powered.
2005-2009,
23. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (1)
23. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (1)
23. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (1)

The Annual Meeting of the Society was held in Gainsborough Methodist Church.

The afternoon tour led by Stewart Squires included the historic toll bridge over the Trent.

2005-2009,
24. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (2)
24. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (2)
24. 2007 AGM in Gainsborough (2)
Stewart's tour took members along Gainsborough's waterfront, site of shipbuilding, seed crushing and other industries.
2005-2009,
25. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (1)
25. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (1)
25. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (1)
Pearl Wheatley, Chairman of SLHA, was awarded the MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours in recognition of her work for the heritage of the county.
2005-2009,
26. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (2)
26. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (2)
26. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (2)

Pearl received her award from the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, Tony Worth.  (Later, in succession to the Lieutenant, Mrs Bridget Cracroft-Eley, he became Patron of SLHA.)

 

2005-2009,
27. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (3)
27. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (3)
27. Pearl Wheatley awarded MBE (3)
Perarl Wheatley with the Lord Lieutenant, his wife, City and County dignitaries and their partners.
2005-2009,
28. Study Tour: Bardsey Manor, Essex
28. Study Tour: Bardsey Manor, Essex
28. Study Tour: Bardsey Manor, Essex

2005-2009,
29. Study Tour: Colchester Roman Wall, Essex
29. Study Tour: Colchester Roman Wall, Essex
29. Study Tour: Colchester Roman Wall, Essex

2005-2009,
30. Study Tour: Long Shop, Leiston, Suffolk
30. Study Tour: Long Shop, Leiston, Suffolk
30. Study Tour: Long Shop, Leiston, Suffolk

2005-2009,
31. Study Tour: Orford Lighthouse, Suffolk
31. Study Tour: Orford Lighthouse, Suffolk
31. Study Tour: Orford Lighthouse, Suffolk

2005-2009,
32. Brackenbury Lecture (1)
32. Brackenbury Lecture (1)
32. Brackenbury Lecture (1)

2005-2009,
33. Brackenbury Lecture (2)
33. Brackenbury Lecture (2)
33. Brackenbury Lecture (2)

2005-2009,
34. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (1)
34. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (1)
34. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (1)

2005-2009,
35. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (2)
35. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (2)
35. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (2)

2005-2009,
36. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (3)
36. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (3)
36. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (3)

2005-2009,
37. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (4)
37. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (4)
37. Book Launch: David Robinson Festschrift (4)

2005-2009,
38. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (1)
38. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (1)
38. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (1)

2005-2009,
39. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (2)
39. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (2)
39. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (2)

2005-2009,
40. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (3)
40. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (3)
40. Book Launch: Agricultural Machine Makers (3)

2005-2009,
41. Visit to Barton Tile Works
41. Visit to Barton Tile Works
41. Visit to Barton Tile Works

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A day trip to the south-east of the county in 2009 took members to the Royal Observer Corps bunker near Holbeach (from which Chris Lester emerged apparently unscathed), the Bulb Museum in Pinchbeck and Moulton Mill.
2009,