On This Day ...
August 22
Rev J Humble, of Spalding, baptised 52 children, 1869
Forthcoming Events
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Interested in Lincolnshire's history and heritage? Join SLHA and share its many benefits.

Enthusiasts are needed to help run our society and our Lincoln bookshop

Lincolnshire's WW1 Memorials - a comprehensive illustrated gazetteer published by SLHA

This new group aims to record Lincolnshire's vernacular buildings, with emphasis on the medieval and early modern periods

Discover the industrial history of Lincolnshire: mills and maltings; drains and docks; farms and factories.

Learn about Lincolnshire's rich and varied archaeology, especially in the Roman, Viking and Anglo-Saxon periods.

Find out about the places, people and events in Lincolnshire's colourful past, and how to uncover the story of your own village.

Lincolnshire books, plus good quality second-hand books.
Open Monday to Saturday, 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Over 1500 photographs - new and old - of buildings and scenes from across the county.

August 2014: Skegness Pier
August 2014: Skegness Pier

When it was built in 1881, Skegness Pier was the fourth longest in England (562m).  Storms destroyed much of the seaward end on the night of 11/12 January 1978.