History & Heritage in Lincolnshire

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University Of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

University Of Lincoln, Lincoln

The University of Lincoln has origins tracing back to the late 19th century and developed through the years by merging with surrounding educational institutions. It attained university status in 1992 and was known as the University of Humberside until 1996 and the University of Lincolnshire and H...

Deeping Rangers FC, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire

Deeping Rangers FC, Market Deeping

Deeping Rangers is a non-league football club based in Market Deeping. Established in 1964 they originally played at Maxey Road until 1982. Principal local rival is Bourne Town FC, only seven miles away. In 2006, Rangers reached the final of the Lincolnshire Senior Cup 'A' for the first t...

Tupholme Abbey Ruins, Bardney, Lincolnshire

Tupholme Abbey Ruins, Bardney

Now ruins, Tupholme Abbey is one of only a few with standing remains of the original monastic buildings in addition to the archaeological remains below ground. The Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire purchased this site in 1988 and is preserving this ancient monument for future generations. The sur...

St Clements Church, Skegness, Lincolnshire

St Clements Church, Skegness

A warm welcome awaits you at St Clements Church. There is a regular congregation of between 20 and 30 people and worship is led by one of the ordained clergy, when there is a full service of Holy Communion, or by two Lay Ministry Team, when there is a service of Holy Communion by Extension. Th...

All Saints Parish Church, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

All Saints Parish Church, Gainsborough

All Saints Church is a friendly and thriving Grade I listed place of worship in the town centre of busy Gainsborough. Open daily with regular acts of worship there is also a very popular cafe from Monday through to Saturday. Visitors are always very welcome to find a quiet place for prayer a...

Temperance Hall, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Temperance Hall, Heckington

Temperance Hall was built by Moses Franks MRCS and given to the parish in 1863. Constructed of yellow gault brick with a slate roof it has a broad front with bay windows and a central gabled porch flanked by glazing bar sash windows. On the upper floor is set a stone tablet declaring "Tem...

Stone Bridge, Deeping St James, Lincolnshire

Stone Bridge, Deeping St James

If you see a postcard of the Deepings, it will usually feature the stunning stone bridge which links Deeping St James to Deeping Gate. The bridge was constructed in 1651 and was designed to allow horse drawn carts to cross the river in the days when the Welland was a busy trading route. A...

Church Of St John The Baptist, Sutterby, Lincolnshire

Church Of St John The Baptist, Sutterby

The church of St John the Baptist, in the charming hamlet of Sutterby, is a redundant 12th century Anglican holy building. Designated by English Heritage as Grade II listed it is under the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches charity. A simple one storey structure it is constructed in gr...

Spirit Of Sutterby, Sutterby, Lincolnshire

Spirit Of Sutterby, Sutterby

Spirit of Sutterby is a community project organised under the umbrella of the Down Your Wold project. The primary goals are to explore the hamlet of Sutterby, researching its past and recording its present and to help with its future. Lost in a fold of the stunning Lincolnshire Wolds, close by...

Lincoln United FC, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln United FC, Lincoln

Lincoln United FC, known as "The Whites", are a non-league football team who play at the NTR Stadium, with a capacity crowd of 2,200. The club was founded in 1938, as the Lincoln Amateurs, and were admitted to the Lincoln League. In 1951, following an away match in Sleaford, they came u...

Victorian Flour Mill, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

Victorian Flour Mill, Grimsby

The Victorian Flour Mill at Grimsby docks is one of the area’s most prominent landmarks. The building is located at the junction of Victoria Street and Corporation Bridge, in an area which once helped establish the town as a top port. Spread across five hectares the site was granted the...

Kates Bridge, Bourne, Lincolnshire

Kates Bridge, Bourne

Kates Bridge is a small settlement on the A15 road, in the parish of Thurlby, approximately 3 miles (5 km) south from Bourne. During the early 20th century, residents from nearby villages found employment in the brickyard. Before then, it was the head of navigation on the River Glen and was th...

Roman Remains, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

Roman Remains, Horncastle

During the 4th century, the occupying Roman army built a fort at Horncastle but the town was not on any important roads, suggesting that the River Bain was the principal route of access. Roman Horncastle has become known as Banovallum (i.e. "Wall on the River Bain") – this name has been adopted...

Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle, Lincoln

Lincoln Castle is honoured to hold one of the four surviving original Magna Carta. It was the first document imposed upon a King of England by a group of his subjects, the feudal barons, in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their rights. The Great Charter of the Liberties of En...

Navigation House Visitor Centre, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Navigation House Visitor Centre, Sleaford

This impressive, refurbished original canal company office, built in 1838, is a Grade-II listed building standing in the old public wharf area, now known as Navigation Yard, off Carre Street. The building, thought to be the only one of its kind still in existence, has a heritage theme covering th...