This building dates from the fifteenth century and has recently been restored. Around the internal walls, built in limestone, are nesting boxes for some 500 birds.
DAY CONFERENCE on Discoveries and Research in Lincolnshire Archaeology in LIncoln on Saturday 6 October 2018
DAY CONFERENCE about the port of Boston from Medieval to Victorian times in Boston on Saturday 17 November 2018
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