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All indoor meetings start at 7.30pm and are held at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall unless stated otherwise.

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February 2022

The Jack Binns Story pt 2 – follow-up video

February 22, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey
Gainsborough, DN21 4LZ
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In 2019 John Allen told us the amazing story of Jack Binns - a local boy who became a radio operator on the SS Republic in 1909 and saved over 1,500 lives (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. This is the film…

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March 2022

The Lost Monasteries of the Witham Valley

March 22, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey
Gainsborough, DN21 4LZ
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The Dejardin Lecture Jean Townsend returns to take us on a journey looking for old religious houses in this area of Lincolnshire.

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April 2022

Farming Through Time & Seasons

April 26, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey
Gainsborough, DN21 4LZ
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Tom Lane and friends visit again to take us through the farming year with local folklore, songs and stories.

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May 2022

Medieval Gardening

May 24, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey
Gainsborough, DN21 4LZ
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Loretta Rivett takes a trip back in time looking at how gardening was done; with added Lincolnshire dialect!    

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June 2022

The Plough Jag Plays

June 28, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey
Gainsborough, DN21 4LZ
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Plough Plays (or Jags) were a tradition throughout the East Midlands where on the nearest Monday to January 6th, the local agricultural workers (particularly lads) would drag a plough around the neighbourhood, dress up and sing songs in return for money, food or drink. The practice rapidly died out during the 2nd half of the 19th/early part of 20th century but some villages hung on to their traditions and these have been revived and perpetuate into the present day. Ruairidh…

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