Awesome August Award

We have missed you all this summer so have been thinking about alternative ways to offer our free activities and came up with a month long activity plan. To provide more access we have selected 7 sites across the project area, we have set up self-led activities for families, but to make it even more…

Axholme: Place-Names in the Marsh

Join PhD student Kathryn Bullen as she explores ‘Axholme: Place -Names in the Marsh.’ A digital taster of Kathryn’s fully booked talk that we hope to reschedule this year. To learn more about Kathryn’s research visit her page – https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/english/people/kathryn.bullen To access a copy of the presentation click this link – https://sway.office.com/xE9x9ZxjTGzMbCxC?ref=email

Clay making with Crowle Primary children

Crowle Primary

The #IoAHC team had a great after school session with the children from Crowle Primary – learning about pottery found out in the Isle of Axholme and then making their own to take home and treasure.   Want to learn more about our work with schools and what we have to offer please contact us at landscapepartnership@northlincs.gov.uk

Maws Mill in Epworth at Sunset

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