A quick reminder that a guided walk of the churches of Kirton –in-Lindsey will take place this coming Sunday the 22nd March.
Kirton means ‘place of the church’, and religion has always played an important role in Kirton-in-Lindsey’ This walk will explore the buildings and sites in the village that were used for religious worship through the ages, including the beautiful 12th century parish church of St Andrew’s. The walk will be led by Martin Hollingsworth of the Kirton-in –Lindsey Society and has been organised as part of the Past and Present Project developed by the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology to celebrate 170 years since their foundation. The project is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The walk will start promptly at 2.00pm from the Jubilee Town Hall in Kirton-in-Lindsey DN21 4LZ, where the walk will end. It is expected that the walk will take around 2 hours. All the walking is on pavements. Admission is £3.00 payable on the day. If you have any queries, please call 01652 648435. Light refreshments will be available at the Town Hall both before and after the walk.
Everyone is very welcome and we look forward to meeting you!