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Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Festival 2020 looks set to go ahead




Plans are in place to enable the Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Festival to go ahead in September.

Each year, a wide range of cultural and architectural sites around the county open their doors to visitors with special events put on.

The team behind the festival says: “We are delighted that the Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Festival will still be going ahead and are so proud of our organisers who are getting COVID-secure or creating new digital events for you to enjoy.

The Chain Bridge Forge in Spalding is among the many important heritage sites in our area.
The Chain Bridge Forge in Spalding is among the many important heritage sites in our area.

“In turn, we will be working hard to promote the festival through a free digital brochure, as well as increasing accessibility through the website, social media and other digital resources, which will be free to access, read, download and print at home.”

This year, the theme of the festival aims to explore the heritage of Lincolnshire’s free time and show how heritage can be enjoyed today through hobbies and activities.

The festival is planned to run from Friday, September 11 until Sunday 20.

Heritage Lincolnshire is a local charity which works to conserve the rich history of the county for the benefit of people who live and work in the area.

The details of the venues and sites taking part in the festival have not yet been announced but visit the website at: www.heritagelincolnshire.org/ for the latest updates and to pre-order the brochure.


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