During spring this year, APS have been busy in the classroom as well as in the field! A number of our staff including Alex Beeby and Ian Marshman provide courses as part of Lincolnshire County Council’s GROW programme of lifelong learning. Course are free of charge to new learners but must be booked in advance. The course programme to June is available on Heritage Lincolnshire’s website and includes sessions on Understanding the Significance of Historic Buildings and Roman Britain: history and archaeology.
Keeping with the theme of learning, Heritage Lincolnshire has also just embarked on a three year Heritage Lottery Funded project, ‘Layers of History.’ For anyone interested in finding out more about the landscape and the archaeological techniques used to reveal the history buried beneath our feet, this is an ideal opportunity to get involved and explore sites such as medieval settlement, lost parks and gardens and military heritage. Further information about the project is available on the project page.
If you are part of a community group or society and would like an archaeological or heritage themed talk, why not get in touch to see what we can offer. As a non-for-profit organisation, we ask for a small donation towards the work of our charity in return for a speaker. For inspiration and to see the variety of work we undertake across the county and further afield, our 2016 Annual Report provides summary information about a cross section of the work we undertook last year.