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Just Published:
"Lincoln's City Centre: north of the River Witham"

Paul Hickman enlightening the Launch audience about Lincoln's soft drinks manufacturers

A second chance to hear booklet contributors speaking about their subjects -

on Sat December 12th 2015
at the Lincolnshire Archives Meeting Room, St Rumbold Street
courtesy of Lincolnshire Archives who will have a temporary display of archived material before the talks begin. No refreshments in the room while the documents are out, but tea/coffee machine downstairs.
10.30am doors open, talks from about 11am - 12.30pm

Expected speakers/subjects:

Rob Wheeler - - Coaching inns (particularly the Saracen’s Head and the Spread Eagle);

Claire Hubbard-Hall - The Drill Hall

Chris Page  - High Bridge

Geoff Tann – 25 West Parade

Chris Johnson – Jews’ Court

Lesley Clarke – Greyfriars

Andrew Walker – The Butchery

Tea/coffee/biscuits at mid interval; event ends about 12.30pm 
Admission free although donations invited
some parking spaces at venue,
NCP & City Council car parks on St Rumbold's Street,
limited restricted on-street parking nearby.

The Survey of Lincoln gratefully acknowledges generous contributions towards publication costs from The University of Lincoln and also from Bishop Grosseteste University.

Recent Additions

                   Old Lincoln allotment photos webpage

The Survey of Lincoln is grateful to Bishop Grosseteste University for its generous financial contribution towards the production costs of the reprinted version of 
Monks Road: Lincoln's East End through Time

Chairman's Introduction
The aim of The Survey of Lincoln is to compile and publish information about the history of the city. Historical documents, archaeology, architectural features and local topography - they all have a part to play in building a vivid picture of what Lincoln was like. Who the earlier inhabitants were, what they did, and where they lived is all part of the giant historical jigsaw we are slowly piecing together.
Take a look through our site and find out what our members are doing for this project. Read through some of our earlier publications, send us your views and please join us if you enjoy what you find.
For £4 a year you receive half-yearly issues of our newsletter The Lincoln Enquirer, and a launch discount on our booklets and our other publications.
Chris Johnson
Members of The Survey of Lincoln during an interval at the 2011 AGM
held upstairs in the historic St Mary's Guildhall, High Street, Lincoln.