Tuesday September 1, 2015

What's On in and around Sleaford

Events

Today to 29 Sep 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: It all happened in Sleaford mid C16! Carre replaced Hussey as top dog; the castle closed, demolition starts; At St Denys’ the roof was destroyed; first extant market charter. Later magnificent Carre tombs. Our speakers Simon... View more details - Sleaford History Group Presents: I - the ‘Sleaford Revolution' of the Mid C16
St Deny’s Church, Market Place, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7SH
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Have you visited the Chapel of 1844? A rare opportunity to admire hospital founded by Sir Robert Carre 1636. Revamped in the Tudor Style mid C19. A talk outlining the history by Barbara Marriage at 15.00 lasts approximately 30... View more details - Sleaford History Group Presents: III - Sleaford Hospital (Almshouses) Chapel
Sleaford Hospital Chapel, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7SH
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This original Canal Company Office built in 1838, is thought to be the only one of its kind left in existence. Discover the early development of the River Slea and its importance to Sleaford including children’s trail. View more details - Sleaford’s Unique Navigation House
Navigation House, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7TW
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Victorians loved reviving earlier styles of architecture. Join Mike Turland to view examples of their Tudor interpretations. Including building types the Tudors never envisaged. Featuring the Kirks of Sleaford and others. (And... View more details - Sleaford History Group Presents: II - The Victorian Idea of Tudor Building Design - A Sleaford Walk
Lafford Terrace, North Kesteven District Council Offices, Eastgate, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7EF
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Explore this historic working watermill thought to be the only Sherriff’s working watermill still in operation in England. See the waterwheel rumble into action as it creates its own wholemeal flour. View more details - 1000 Years of Milling History
Cogglesford Mill, East Road, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7EQ
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Exhibition relating to Tudor times in this 14th Century church. Other points of interest include: a Norman Font, medieval poppyheads, Jacobean pulpit, restored roof bosses. Christopher Whall and Glen Carter stained glass windows. View more details - Our Tudor Heritage
St Denis’ Church, Church Lane, Silk Willoughby, Lincolnshire NG34 8PD
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Discover the fascinating history of the first Military Air Academy in the world. Free refreshments for visitors and children can pit their wits against our cunning trail! View more details - From Balloons to Jets: Discover the History of RAF Cranwell
Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre, Heath Farm, Cranwell, Lincolnshire NG34 8QR
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Features within the church of St Peter and St Paul, Osbournby, inspired the design of two altar panels. A short talk covering the processes and needlework techniques involved in the production of these unique panels. The talk... View more details - Unique Altar Panels in Osbournby Church
St Peter & St Paul Church, High Street, Osbournby, Lincolnshire NG34 0DN
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Heckington Windmill will be open to visitors and if there is enough wind we will be milling. The brewery, shop and tearoom will also be open. Tours of the mill and children’s activities are available to join on the day. View more details - Real Gentlemen Millers
Heckington Windmill, Hale Road, Heckington, Lincolnshire NG34 9JW
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Explore this rare example of a standing Knights Templar building that’s packed with secrets and symbols. Heritage Lincolnshire staff will share its history and kids can have a go at the ’Knight’s Trail’. View more details - Temple Bruer – Secrets and Symbols
Temple Bruer Tower, Temple Road, Temple Bruer, Lincolnshire LN5 0DG
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Local families: their lives, homes, births, marriages and deaths. Open field farming. St Andrew’s Church, wall paintings lost and found. Sample our Tudor tasties and medieval morsels - but watch your manners! View more details - Tudor Pickworth: Parish and People
St Andrew’s Church, Church Lane, Pickworth, Lincolnshire NG34 0TF
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A living example of Saxon, Norman and early English styles. Connections to Tudor Statesman Lord Privy Seal & Bishop of Winchester Richard Fox, born in Ropsley. Display about Richard Fox. Saturday only at 14.00 an illustrated talk... View more details - Richard Fox, Lord Privy Seal & Bishop of Winchester
St Peter’s Church, Ropsley, Lincolnshire NG33 4BQ
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Discover what it was like living and working below stairs in the mansion by taking a look into the world of Belton’s servants. Booking Not Needed. Assistance Dogs only are welcome. View more details - Belton House - Below Stairs Tours
Belton House, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 2LS
Today to Mon 28 Sep

A behind the scenes look at life as a servant in the mansion. A walking tour of the house from the perspective of a servant - from the working areas below stairs to service in the family rooms and attic accommodation. Ticket price includes a hot... View more details - Belton House - Upstairs Downstairs Servants Tour
Belton House, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 2LS
Sat 5 Sep

Join National Trust archaeologist Rachael Hall to uncover the history of the Machine Gun Corps encampment at Belton House, which had tens of thousands of soldiers on site at any one time and was the size of a small town. This event is repeated in... View more details - Belton House - Uncovering the Machine Gun Corps
Belton House, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 2LS
Sun 6 Sep



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