VISIT Louth Museum on Saturday July 28 and make sure your recollections of farming life in Lincolnshire are preserved for future generations.
Farming methods have undergone remarkable changes over the last two or three generations and it is important to record people’s memories for posterity.
Cora Glasser, of the Combine Farming Heritage project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, will be at Louth Museum with archive footage to help trigger reminiscences and to gather your stories.
Be part of the project and help ensure the ‘old ways’, stories and characters of the past are not forgotten.
For further information about the project visit www.combinefarmingheritage.org <http://www.combinefarmingheritage.org/> .
Louth Museum is Lincolnshire Museum of the Year 2012 and is open 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday until the end of October. Visit www.louthmuseum.org.uk <http://www.louthmuseum.org.uk/> .