HALF TERM ACTIVITY DAY WED 24th OCTOBER 2018
We welcome children aged 6 to 11 to come to our Activity day at Sleaford Museum from 10am to 3pm to make a Tudor flag, or decorate a crown to welcome King Henry VIII to Sleaford. There will be a £1.00 charge for each craft activity undertaken by the children to cover costs of materials.
Children MUST be accompanied.
LOCAL HISTORY TALKS PROGRAMME 2019
A varied programme of Local History Talks is being prepared for the 2019 season and will be published here. All of these events will start at 7.30pm in St Denys’ Church Rooms, off Market Place, Sleaford.
Admission is £1 for members and £3 for visitors. Refreshments are served and there is a raffle. We look forward to welcoming members and visitors to all these events.
Click here to become a member.
Talks which formed the very successful 2018 season:
Tuesday 25th Sept Hard Times – The History of Sleaford Workhouse Nigel Ogden
Nigel is a researcher at Sleaford Museum and he presented a fascinating insight into the history of this important building in Sleaford’s history to another packed house.
Tuesday 24th July Understanding Sleaford Castle Doug Plowman
Sleaford Castle, built in the 12th century, is a well-known landmark in the town. Doug presented new, evidence supported, ideas of the origins and uses of Sleaford Castle to a packed house in a fascinating talk.
4th June 800 years of St Botolph’s Church, Quarrington Christopher Micklethwaite
In this talk, we all learned a lot more about the history of this beautiful local church in its important 800th anniversary year. It was timed to coincide with the anniversary celebrations organised by the Church.
Tuesday 22nd May Spies Among Us Simon Pawley
It was very interesting to note that Simon had discovered that this famous picture – said to be of William Hussey – actually is not!!
Tuesday 27th March Waste to Wildlife George Grout