FIND out about Lincolnshire history with the Louth Workers Educational Association programme of courses for Winter and early Spring.
Graham Beaumont will be presenting seven sessions starting on Tuesday January 24, 10am to 12noon at the Salvation Army, Church Street, Louth on Traditional Buildings of Lincolnshrie and Beyond looking at the structure of simple buildings, useing local materials, blending into our scenery and how they differ from buildings of other areas.
Popular local historian Stuart Sizer will be presenting seven meetings also at the Salvation Army on Thursdays from 2pm to 4pm starting on February 23 looking at six villages of the Marsh and Wolds to see how they have developed over the years.
They will be Sutton, Somercotes, Fulstow, Thorganby, Ludford and Kirmond le Mire.
There will be a Saturday school on February 18 at the Conoco Phillips rooms above Louth Library from 2pm to 4.30pm with David Start of Heritage Lincolnshire looking at Medieval Life in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Pete Skipworth will be providing a modern twist on the Wolds with a Virtual Walk around Normanby and Tennyson country on March 31 from 2pm to 4.30pm.
To book a place call Sylvia Trickett on 01507 601072 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Thursday March 29 the WEA is organising a matinee trip to see Northern Ballet perform Beauty and the Beast in Hull. To book a place call Angela Farmer on 01507 604900 or email email@example.com