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.
We are back! Meetings will resume with our AGM on 22nd September. We have a full programme for the year but there may have to be changes (sometimes at the last minute) if guidance around Covid -19 changes. Meetings start at 7.30pm and will be in the large hall of the Town Hall upstairs where social distancing requirements can be met. The current government rules make it mandatory for face masks to be worn. Full details on our Events page.
22nd September – AGM followed by ‘Inside Jenny’s Box’. Martin Hollingsworth
27th October – ‘Flight of Disaster – the story of the R38 airship’. Michelle Beadle
24th November – ‘Airfields of North Lincolnshire’. David Gibson
15th December – Clarty Sough play ‘Lincolnshire Folk Songs – traditional and festive’
26th January 2021 – ‘The Sawcliffe Mill Cemeteries’. Dr Kevin Leahy
23rd February – ‘The Jack Binns Story’ – video. John Allen
23rd March – The Dejardin Lecture – subject to be announced. Martin Hollingsworth
27th April – ‘Farming Through Time and Seasons’. Tom Lane
25th May – ‘The Plough Jag Plays’. Ruairidh Grieg
22nd June – ‘Fokker Fodder’. Paul Hare
Want to become a member?
You can find out all about us and view some of our activities and pictures from our archives.