There will be a chance to discover the history of Sleaford on a guided walk through the town next weekend.
Local historian Dr Simon Pawley will lead the event, which will include a visit to the Old Sleaford and The Old Place, once the home of powerful nobleman Lord John Hussey. Find out what the most recent archaeology has discovered on site. Learn, too, why one of the best known vanished landmarks of Sleaford never really existed.
The walk will start at 10.30am on Sunday, June 19, at Navigation House, and take about one and a half hours.
For more information, contact Navigation House on 01529 305904 or email@example.com
You can also discover many points of interest about Sleaford’s historic riverside with North Kesteven District Council’s new self-guided Sleaford Riverside History Trail.
Pick up your trail at Navigation House or Cogglesford Watermill, open seven days a week, 12-4pm. Alternatively, contact the council’s Tourism Team on 01529 308207 or firstname.lastname@example.org