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*** Boston Library has taped interviews with the following people: Charles Sharp, JJ Parker, AH Mather, Peter Kitwood, JG Horton, Harry Fountain. The project will culminate in a weekend of free events, tours and films during the May bank holiday (25-27th May 2013).Programme Co-Ordinator is Bethan Johnson and the project website is here - Ewerby was an estate village, with the majority of residents working on the estate and a few families remain who remember relatives working for the Earls of Winchilsea & Nottingham.The aim of the project is to collect as many memories as possible before they are lost, together with old photographs of the village and events.Upload pictures, send messages write diary entries and give someone a wink in your area and you may just find that spark that ignites the perfect relationship. And you simply need some guidance on how to use our features, we have a friendly customer care team available, they’ll send you guides of how to write a message, upload a photo or give you some hints and tips as to what to include in your profile.They’ll tell you to be as creative as possible, tell people about you’re your hobbies and interests, what makes you tick and what you look for in the opposite sex.A new oral history focus for the AHL team will be in the post-World War II era of the Cold War, with the V-Bomber squadrons of the V-Force, plus the Thor and Bloodhound missile crews. Funded by Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund and working in partnership with The Brayford Trust and The Canal & River Trust, Lincoln Art Programme are developing a new programme entitled This project will explore the local folklore and heritage of the Brayford and surrounding area, through combining creative activity alongside historical research.For further information contact Dave Harrigan on [email protected] or tel: 07584216890. Investigating Lincoln’s folly island and its debatable mythology, the project sets out to investigate the nature of the misleading clue and the believability’s of histories and stories.

The Chain Bridge Forge website is here - - and the oral histories recorded by the project are here - *** Ewerby, Ewerby Thorpe & Haverholme lie 20 miles south of Lincoln.

Funding from AHL has purchased new sets of listening equipment, which will enable visitors to the Lincolnshire Archives to hear the fascinating stories that detail the county’s diverse aviation heritage.

Some of the stories can also be accessed via the Oral History tab on the AHL website at Rumbold Street in Lincoln; and it is suggested that anyone wishing to visit the Archives telephones 01522 782040 to book in advance of their visit, which should avoid disappointment with availability of the recordings.

The Canal & River Trust website is here - https://uk/ *** Caistor Community History. *** The property and land of these two villages still remains chiefly in the ownership of one family trust and therefore there is little scope for expansion.

The material in their archive consists of articles, brochures, artefacts, written and oral memories and photographs (over 1000). The initial aim of the group is to collect together as much material as possible on Caistor before it is "lost". Cobweb Cottage, 36, Nettleton Road, Caistor, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN7 6NJ. Lifelong residents have witnessed the change from cottage and tenant farming, with employment mainly within the villages, to commuter villages with syndicate farming.