Windmill Recording

Presenting the Past 2020 short course. Places are free but limited so booking is essential. To book or find out further information, email presentingthepast@heritagelincolnshire.org, or call Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 and ask for one of their community archaeologists. Found out more about the Presenting the Past project at https://www.heritagelincolnshire.org/take-part/presenting-the-past

Barn Recording

Presenting the Past 2020 short course. Places are free but limited so booking is essential. To book or find out further information, email presentingthepast@heritagelincolnshire.org, or call Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 and ask for one of their community archaeologists. Found out more about the Presenting the Past project at https://www.heritagelincolnshire.org/take-part/presenting-the-past Meet at the Haxey Memorial Hall car park.

Architecture of the Isle

Presenting the Past 2020 short course – come along and learn all about architecture of the Isle of Axholme. Places are free but limited so booking is essential. To book or find out further information, email presentingthepast@heritagelincolnshire.org, or call Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 and ask for one of their community archaeologists. Found out more about the Presenting…

Farming on the Isle

Presenting the Past 2020 short course – come along and learn all about the history of farming of the Isle of Axholme. Places are free but limited so booking is essential. To book or find out further information, email presentingthepast@heritagelincolnshire.org, or call Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 and ask for one of their community archaeologists. Found out more…

Archaeology on the Isle

Presenting the Past 2020 short course – come along and learn all about the archaeology of the Isle of Axholme. Places are free but limited so booking is essential. To book or find out further information, email presentingthepast@heritagelincolnshire.org, or call Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 and ask for one of their community archaeologists. Found out…