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SLHA - Events 2000-2004
 
01. Made in Lincoln Project (1)
01. Made in Lincoln Project (1)
01. Made in Lincoln Project (1)

A series of events and an information leaflet were organised by the Industrial Archaeology Committee celebrating Lincolnís industries in 2000. The event was launched at the Waterside Shopping Centre on 12 February.

In the photograph (L to R): Cllr Loraine Woolley (Mayor of Lincoln), Malcom Withers (Mayorís consort), Stewart Squires (IA Chairman) and Pearl Wheatley (SLHA Chairman)

2000-2004,
02. Made in Lincoln Project (2)
02. Made in Lincoln Project (2)
02. Made in Lincoln Project (2)
The Lincolnshire County Library Service compiled a bibliography of published items on various aspects of Lincolnís industrial history.

Eleanor Nannestad, Local Studies Librarian at Lincoln Central Library, undertook the work.

In the photograph: John Herridge (Lincoln City Council), Jean McIntyre (Bishop Grosseteste College), Eleanor Nannestad and Gemma Caines (Project Officer).

2000-2004,
03. History Fair at Washingborough
03. History Fair at Washingborough
03. History Fair at Washingborough

In May 2003 a History Fair was held in Washingborough Village Hall, with many local societies and organisations having stalls and advertising their activities.

The SLHA stand, seen here, was manned by Pam D'Arcy and Bernard Sullivan.

2000-2004,
04. Brackenbury Lecture 2004
04. Brackenbury Lecture 2004
04. Brackenbury Lecture 2004

The annual lecture at Raithby Methodist Chapel was shared between two speakers: Linda Crust (her theme John Wesley and Lincolnshire Methodism) and Dr John Crompton (The Lincolnshire Landscape in Tennysonís Poems).

In the photograph: Pearl Wheatley (SLHA Chairman), Linda Crust, Dr and Mrs Crompton, the Spilsby Methodist Circuit Minister, David Robinson (SLHA President)

2000-2004,
05. Presentation to Pearl Wheatley
05. Presentation to Pearl Wheatley
05. Presentation to Pearl Wheatley

2000-2004,
06. Outing to Brocklesby (1)
06. Outing to Brocklesby (1)
06. Outing to Brocklesby (1)
An afternoon's visit to Brocklesby led by Jon Sass began in the stable yard at Brocklesby Park and included a visit to the famous wooden clock attributed to John Harrison, 18th century clock and chronometer maker of Barrow on Humber.
2000-2004,
07. Outing to Brocklesby (2)
07. Outing to Brocklesby (2)
07. Outing to Brocklesby (2)
The visit to Brocklesby also included entrance to the mausoleum to Lady Sophia, wife of the first Baron Yarborough. It was designed by Wyatt and built in 1786.
2000-2004,
08. Presentation to Sheila MacPhail
08. Presentation to Sheila MacPhail
08. Presentation to Sheila MacPhail

The voluntary work of Sheila MacPhail in several community organisations was recognised in a ceremony at the University of Lincoln on 6 December 2004.

Sheila has been a regular volunteer in the bookshop at Jews' Court and for several years managed the purchase of gifts for sale in the shop.

2000-2004,