We are an active civic and local history society based in Kirton in Lindsey, North Lincolnshire since 1987. We hold regular meetings, trips and talks. Enquiries about the local area and family history are welcomed, as are all members, existing and new, young and old.

Notice Board

Our latest Local Studies publication: Beyond the Church Walls is now available. Details here.



Upcoming Events

The Town Hall is planning to re-open on 17th May, assuming the government recovery plan goes to timetable. This means our May and June talks should be able to go ahead. Social distancing will still be in place so the May meeting will be upstairs in the large hall and face coverings will be compulsory (unless you are exempt).  The Town Hall is able to provide a Covid-safe environment and we look forward to welcoming everyone back.

25th May – ‘The Plough Jag Plays’. Ruairidh Grieg

22nd June – ‘Agrarian to Industrialist’ – aspects of the life of Sir Joseph Banks. Paul Scott

Saturday 3rd July – venue to be confirmed

Saturday 21st August – Visit to Immingham Museum – to be confirmed



Here are some sites we have found useful.


We welcome enquiries from anyone who is interested.

Want to become a member?


You can find out all about us and view some of our activities and pictures from our archives.


Have a browse in the shop and see if we can help you solve that awkward present!


Do you have links with Kirton in Lindsey? If so, we’d love to hear your story so do contact us