Events & talksThursday October 12th the Auditorium at 2pmTalk by Dr Andrew Walker Park life, the varied history of three green spaces in Lincoln; Temple Gardens, the Arboretum and Boultham ParkDr Andrew Walker was employed as a Lecturer in History at the University of Humberside in Hull from 1992. He was amongst the first group of the university's staff to teach at the new campus in Lincoln when it opened in 1996 and he quickly developed an interest in the history of the city and the county. Since 2006 he has edited The Survey of Lincoln's publications which have examined the history of the city, examining particularly its buildings and structures. Latterly at the University of Lincoln, Andrew was head of the Lincoln School of Humanities and Performing Arts before leaving in 2010 to become Vice Principal of Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance in Kent for ten years. In 2020, Andrew moved to Worcester where he continues to be involved in various Lincolnshire-based history-related organisations, including the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology and the Lincoln Record Society, as well as The Survey of Lincoln. The cost will be £8 per member, please bring a guest. You will be able to pay on the door. Any queries to email@example.comThursday 23rd November 2024Talk by Kenneth Moore on Lincoln Castle, ‘1000 years in one hour’Auditorium 2pmFebruary 2024Talk to be arranged AuditoriumMarch 2024 Date tbaTalk by Dawn Wright AuditoriumThursday 11th April 2024AGM 1:30 followed byTalk on the Lincolnshire King Exhibition by Prof. Wilkinson if the exhibition is confirmed.AuditoriumA talk originally planned for November 2023 as now been moved to the Spring 2024Exhibition based talk at Lincoln Museum Henry Bolingbroke – Prof. Louise Wilkinson. Date to be confirmed.Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further detailsWe are a Registered Charity directing all proceeds from subscriptions and events towards the acquisition, conservation, display and promotion of exhibits at Lincoln’s Museums and Gallery.