A warm welcome awaits on Sunday 3rd Dec, when the Museum will be open for the town’s Christmas Market. Do drop in.
Our new Christmas window display is being prepared and it will be in place by Saturday 18th November. Do come and take a look.
The Museum window display for Remembrance by the British Legion will be set up on Tuesday 17th October. Last year’s window display:
We enjoyed meeting so many of you in the Heritage tent at the Heckington Show and look forward to welcoming you to the museum very soon.
Tuesday 26th September in St Denys’ Church Rooms, 7.30pm – ‘SOWING THE SEEDS’ , an illustrated talk on the history of Charles Sharpe, and the development of Sharpe’s Seeds in Sleaford. This is presented by Nigel Ogden, Museum volunteer and researcher.
Visit the Museum and see the very popular new exhibition on Sharpe’s Seeds, which is receiving such excellent feedback. Our next Local History Group talk is also on this topic and entitled “Sowing the Seeds’ – an illustrated history of Charles Sharpe and the development of Sharpe’s Seeds in Sleaford. This is presented by Nigel […]
July 25th – Women in Medieval Lincolnshire by Nigel Burns. Nigel will present a fascinating insight to the lives of women in our county in medieval times. Their lives were much more restricted than they are today in terms of their legal rights, yet they managed to exercise considerable power and influence. Examples of lives of individual women […]
Visit the Museum to view our new exhibition on Rauceby Hospital and see the fantastic array of vintage dresses in our window display.
We are taking part in the new arts and heritage trail being launched today -Saturday 8th April. Follow the 18 bronze plaques/rounds on buildings and walks. Call in and collect a map and a sticker from us and for every place you find.
Visit the Museum on Saturday and Sunday 18th/ 19th March, as part of ‘Discover Lincolnshire’ weekend. Be among the first to see the new exhibitions on the history of Rauceby Hospital and the Sleaford rail crash of 1937. Great new window display of vintage clothing – see how ladies used to dress!