All indoor meetings start at 7.30pm and are held at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall unless stated otherwise.
We're back to our favourite place - Hemswell Court. 12 noon for a 12.30 start. BOOKING ESSENTIALFind out more »
Chris Hewis, local historian and author, gives an illustrated talk of royal visits to Lincoln from Edward II to Elizabeth II.Find out more »
This month we welcome back Dr James Albone, archaeologist and historian. He is currently Planning Archaeologist at Norfolk County Council but was born in Kirton and was an early member of our society. He's definitely 'on his subject' here as his doctoral thesis was 'Roman Roads in the Changing Landscape of Eastern England'. He'll be looking at some of the famous straight roads in our county: Ermine Street; Fosse Way; and many less well-known ones. We look forward to seeing him…Find out more »
Loretta Rivett (Lincolnshire dialect expert and local historian) returns to take us on a journey to find the local adventurers that have left their mark around the World.Find out more »
Kirton in Lindsey Society and the Town Hall, have developed a whole day of activity and family fun. There will be the chance to hear Lincolnshire traditional songs on the theme of Spring from Folk ‘Round ‘Ere; have refreshments to the sound of Medieval & Renaissance music; learn Tudor dancing, hear instruments of the time and find out about life for a Tudor rural court musician. There will be Morris dancing outside, musician’s sessions and singarounds in the pubs and…Find out more »