As part of the “learning” theme of this year’s Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days a number of opportunities for trying new things and learning new skills have been incorporate into the festival programme.
This is a chance to try out the therapeutic effects of sound and vibration which can help health and well being.
An exhibition by Barton Civic Society, celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, in partnership with Barton Camera Club, tracing changes in the town over five decades and examining projects that involved the Civic Society.
The exhibiton ca be seen in the Joseph Wright Hall on Thursdays – Sundays between 13 – 15 and 19 – 22 September, 10am – 4pm. Admission is free.
Join our volunteers and members of the Barton Civic Society, celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, on a trip to the Lincolnshire town of Grantham to follow Grantham Civic Society’s Blue Plaque Trail including the Grade 1 listed Old Kings School which Isaac Newton attended.
Everything is within easy walking distance of our coach drop off, and there will be time to explore the shops and sites independently.
Tickets are £20 and can be booked at the Wilderspin National School Museum (01652 635172).
Departure 08.30 from the Wilderspin National School, Queen Street – free car parking available.