All indoor meetings start at 7.30pm and are held at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall unless stated otherwise.
Supporting the National Festival of Archaeology 2019 A joint event for families with the SLHA & the Kirton in Lindsey Society Investigate images and real and replica artefacts and explore how we can use them to find out about people in the past and how they lived. Enjoy a selection of crafty activities inspired by archaeological artefacts from Lincolnshire. Use a variety of craft materials including clay to make a jester’s head and card and embossing foils to create a…Find out more »
Ingham, or Cammeringham, airfield was opened in May 1942. It was closed around 1945. Ingham aerodrome was an all grass airfield and was ready for use in March 1940. In April 1942 a concrete perimeter track was built. 300 (Polish) Squadron operated from Ingham until January 1943. On 24 November 1944 the station was renamed RAF Cammeringham to avoid confusion with another station in Suffolk also called Ingham. The Night Bomber Training School occupied the station from March 1944 until…Find out more »
Dr. Kevin Leahy returns to take us back in time to when our shores were under threat.Find out more »
John Allen will be telling Jack's story from being born in Brigg Workhouse to saving over 1,500 lives on the RMS Republic in 1909 (still the largest high sea rescue to date). He was later offered a position on the Titanic which, fortunately for him, he refused. Interest in the sunken vessel still goes on, as it was reputably a `treasure` vessel delivering gold to the Tsar of Russia. Here's a short film of the attempts to recover the wreck and…Find out more »
Actors and Theatres in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands. Neil Wright, author and local historian, will be putting the spotlight on the important part that theatre contributed to Georgian provincial life. A Scene from 'The Beggar's Opera' VI 1731 William Hogarth 1697-1764Find out more »