Get a glimpse into life in war-time Lincolnshire at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life this Sunday, June 8.
War-time Farm and Foreign Fields is a living history day presented in partnership with the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.
The free event will feature 1940s’ entertainment, inspired by war-time life on a Lincolnshire farm, and will remember the forces serving abroad during the Second World War.
Theresa Workman, collections access officer, said: “Our living history days are a fun way to get a taste of Lincolnshire life from another era.
“We’ll have nostalgic music, a working military camp and demonstrations of agricultural and home life, when steam drove the farm machinery and girls got into their overalls and joined the land army.
“These types of events always prove popular, so make sure you and your family don’t miss out.”
The museum is open from 10am until 4pm (last admission 3.30pm).
For more visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/museumoflincolnshirelife.