Kirton in Lindsey Society
The Kirton in Lindsey Society’s season of indoor meetings continue on Tuesday 26th February at 7.30pm, in the Town Hall, Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey. The presentation will be about ‘Royal Visits to Lincoln — from Edward II to Queen Elizabeth II’. An illustrated talk will be given by Chris Hewis, a local historian and author. Richard II lent Lincoln his sword (they still have it), and James I came horse racing.
Future talks include; Roman Roads in Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire Explorers, History of the Coronation and the story of the IBCC (International Bomber Command Centre).
A date for your calendars — on Sunday 5th May, the society is organising a ‘Spring Festival’. There will be a concert by Pazzamezzo; performances by De Mowbray Music and Folk Round ‘ere, Morris dancing, Blessing of the Pump and much more. Keep an eye out for more details nearer the time.
For all the latest news and information check out www.kirtoninlindseysociety.org.uk or contact Martin Hollingsworth (secretary) on 01652 648435.