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

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.

2020 Courses with Presenting the Past

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…

2020 Courses with Presenting the Past

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…

Bat Fortnight

The #IoAHC Bat Fortnight is nearly here and we have some exciting walks during the 2 weeks out on the Isle – details to follow shortly. 🦇         We also have our useful Bat Pack available on our website – www.ioahc.net and a survey sheet if you would like to have a go at recording the bats…

Photographs wanted

It was World Photography Day yesterday and we are celebrating by capturing places, people or wildlife in the Isle of Axholme that make you feel good. Send us your pictures for a collective Isle of Axholme picture collage. We’d love to see what’s special to you on the Isle of Axholme 😁   Get your images…