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Delve into the past as Heritage Festival continues




Columnist Trish Burgess, who writes for the Lincolnshire Free Press, visited the bunker at the Holbeach ROC post last year, which is open Friday and Saturday as part of the Lincolnshire Heritage Festival.
Columnist Trish Burgess, who writes for the Lincolnshire Free Press, visited the bunker at the Holbeach ROC post last year, which is open Friday and Saturday as part of the Lincolnshire Heritage Festival.

History, nature, art? You can enjoy all of this and more as the Lincolnshire Heritage Festival continues from Thursday, September 13, until Sunday, 16.

From Thursday, you can visit a huge range of attractions, from the Pinchbeck Engine Museum in West Marsh Road where photographs from ‘The Fens Through the Year’ competition will be on display -to Crowland Abbey where guided tours of the medieval site will take place.

Baldocks Mill in Bourne is open, telling visitors all about ‘The Legend of Hereward the Wake’; and at Unique Cottage Studios in Spalding people can find out more about turning flax into cloth and learn about stained glass at Strawberry Glass.

Long Sutton’s Market House has photos of the town from past and present and St Nicholas Church in Lutton has pictures and artefacts from ‘Lutton in the Past’.

“This is such a wonderful opportunity for members of the public to engage with their local heritage,” said Charlotte Davey, member of the charity Heritage Lincolnshire.

“With no admission charges for any of the events, I would encourage visitors to plan their weekends early.”

For full details of all venues taking part visit www.heritagelincolnshire.org



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