It is hoped that this programme of talks will start on 27th July, but this is subject to confirmation of further lifting of Covid restrictions.
LOCAL HISTORY TALKS PROGRAMME 2021
Our programme of talks for 2021 has now been completed and is shown below.
All talks are presented in St Denys’ Church Rooms, off the Market Place in Sleaford.
Each talk starts at 7.30pm and lasts approximately an hour. Refreshments are available and there is a raffle.
£3 for non-members and £1 for members.
Click here to become a member.
This year’s programme:
Tuesday 27th July 2021 Bass Maltings from Construction to Dereliction, presented by Nigel Ogden.
The Bass Maltings in Sleaford are a large group of eight disused malt houses originally owned by the Bass Brewery of Burton upon Trent. Constructed between 1901 and 1907, the Maltings are the largest group of malt houses in England; they have been designated Grade II* on the National Heritage List of England recognising them as “particularly important … of more than special interest.”
A link to a short display about the life of Herbert Couchman, the Chief Engineer is here.
Tuesday 28th Sept 2021 The Railway Line the GNR didn’t want to build, presented by Jonathan Smith