Gleed School surveying in Tattershall

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Alford, Hoyles Mill

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Belton House courtyard

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Hands on Heritage at Tupholme Abbey

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Billinghay, Mud & Stud cottage

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Doddington Hall Summer Social

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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St Mary and St Nicholas Church, Wrangle

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Gainsborough Old Hall

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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All Saints, Hough-on-the-Hill

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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STORM BREWING IN SKEGNESS by Rosemary Wenzerul

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Residential - 2012 - Building survey

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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South Kyme Church - Barbara Eddowes

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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Yew Tunnel at Easton Walled Garden by Walter Quirk

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

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The Old Smithy, Aswarby by Barbara Eddowes

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Lincoln Cathedral by Ty Reynolds

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Residential - 2012 - Group shot

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Aveland Way, Aslackby by Barbara Eddowes

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Pill Box, Theddlethorpe All Saints

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Wall, Leadenham

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Louth

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Sleaford Castle

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Missing roof tiles

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project

In 2010 Heritage Lincolnshire embarked on a three year project to survey over 9,000 heritage assets within the Lincolnshire County Council boarder with the help of volunteer Heritage Stewards. The completion of this national pilot project has provided a significant step forward in the management of heritage at risk within the county and the prevention of further loss of historic assets. FIND OUT MORE...

From 2014 the project is being extended to include the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, this will allow for the collection of a complete set of data on the condition of heritage assets across the whole of Lincolnshire.

Click here to visit the image gallery

Latest News

14 June 2016 11:37:00

Thank you to those who came to our ‘End of project celebration’ at Normanby Hall on 7th June.  It was a lovely sunny afternoon with a cream tea and tour of the hall; the perfect way to celebrate the end of the project and Volunteers’ Week!

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