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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 -
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A Cistercian Priory existed at Haverholme from 1137 – 1539 after which is was developed into a country estate lasting until 1927, owned by the Earls of Winchilsea for its last 100 years.
This next link will take you to information about a current (April 2009) Phd project at the University of Lincoln which focuses on agricultural change in Lincolnshire during the mid-to-late 20th century, effects on rural culture and the representation of these causes and effects in the County's museums - Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire are recording memories of a wide variety of people who have been associated aith RAF bases in the area.
Latest news: commencing on Thursday 17th January 2013, visitors are being invited to arrange to attend the Lincolnshire Archives to listen to the county’s Aviation Oral History Stories.
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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.
These stories from World War II and the Cold War era have been recorded as part of Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire’s (AHL) project.
These oral histories were a significant part of AHL’s remit for their aviation heritage programme, which is funded by an award of £436,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
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