All indoor meetings start at 7.30pm and are held at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall unless stated otherwise.
Rob Wheeler takes a look at the struggles to keep this important waterway navigable and watertight!Find out more »
Paul Scott on Sir Joseph Banks and his influence on manufacturing and industry in Britain and beyond in the late 18th/early 19th century. 2020 is the 200th anniversary of his death.Find out more »
Wrawby Postmill sits high on a hill in the North Lincolnshire village of Wrawby, on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds and overlooking the Ancholme valley and nearby market town of Brigg. The Postmill is an example of an early type of windmill that was once common across the UK. There are now less than 45 surviving examples with even fewer being fully operational. There is no charge for this visit but donations are very welcome. There is a small…Find out more »
Established in 1970 and now based in the Immingham Civic Hub. The Main theme in the museum is the story of the building of Immingham Dock and the involvement of the Great Central Railway. Many of the displays feature railway memorabilia, photos and documents. As well as docks and railways exhibits there are the following room settings : – Victorian/Edwardian – Grocers And Chemist Shops – Pilgrim Fathers’ Story – Archive of Photographs and Documents No entry fee but donations…Find out more »