Exhibition takes you back to Lincolnshire’s past
THE Natural World Centre at Whisby is hosting a new exhibition giving an insight into the history of Lincolnshire.
Working alongside Lincolnshire Archives, the centre is currently presenting ‘Lincolnshire: Links to the Past’.
The exhibition, which runs until April 22, will enable visitors to trace their family history using the recently launched on-line search directory, ‘Lincs to the Past’. Film footage created by Lincolnshire Archives will be on display, as well as original pieces of artwork made by local artists and inspired by their family memories.
Free, themed drop-in sessions will be offered and visitors can receive advice on how to research their family tree.
You can also hear the story of Victorian life by the Lincolnshire Victorians and enjoy free talks detailing the history of the county. The exhibition will also include video footage filmed by Blow by Blow, which documents Lincoln throughout time.
During half term (February 13-17), themed workshops for children will be held at the centre led by Hill Holt Wood rangers, exploring traditional crafts using natural materials. Each workshop will cost £2.50 per child.
For further details call Ann Worrell on 01522 688868, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to www.naturalworldcentre.co.uk
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