Focus on farming heritage for WEA

The WEA. EMN-150115-123309001
The WEA. EMN-150115-123309001

There have been farmers on the Lincolnshire Wolds since Neolithic times.

Now the chance to find out a little bit more about how they, and subsequent farmers, lived is on offer with the latest day school at Nettleton.

“The First Farmers and Settlers on the Lincolnshire Wolds: from Neolithic to Roman Britain’ will be presented by Dr Stephen Willis, who has led the archaeological investigations on the Northern Wolds for the past 15 years.

Organised by Nettleton Workers Education Association (WEA), the talk will takes place in the village hall on Saturday January 31 from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

The charge is £6 per person, which includes English afternoon tea.

To reserve a place, Jean Childs on 01472 859347, alternatively just turn up on the day.

And there will be another talk on March 14, when the topic will be the St Petersburg museums, with Irena Lingard.