Learn about county’s military legacy from the 20th century

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A new course offers a fascinating introuctory insight into the legacy left by the military in Lincolnshire in the 20th century.

The two week course starts on Wednesday September 24 running from 1-4pm, with the second session held on Wednesday October 1.

It will be held at Heritage Lincolnshire’s officers as The Old School, Cameron Street, Heckington. NG34 9RW.

In 1914-1918 and 1939-1945, the world went to war. Lincolnshire is famous as the birthplace of the tank during the First World War and as ‘Bomber County’ for its role in the Second World War.

This course will look how the two world wars came to Lincolnshire and how the county responded to them.

Join Heritage Lincolnshire’s Gary Taylor to discover what survives today from one of the most important periods in the county’s history.

To book your place contact Heritage Lincolnshire on 01529 461499 or email: htladmin@lincsheritage.org for an enrolment form.

The course is funded by the GROW lifelong learning programme managed by Lincolnshire County Council and is free to new learners.

They aim is to attract new learners and courses are open to all aged 19 or above on August 31, 2014.

For more information go to www.lincsheritage.org