The Lawn Lincoln Heritage Project

The Lawn Lincoln Heritage project is a partnership between Stokes Tea and Coffee, The Uni­versity of Lincoln and the University of the 3rd Age to look at historical archives from the Lawn Hospital, formerly known as the Lincoln Lunatic Asylum.
In order to examine these archives, we need your help.
We will be running a series of free workshops to examine the archives and we’re looking for volunteers from local U3A groups to help us re-tell some of the stories of the people who lived and worked at the Lawn from 1822 to 1899.
You don’t need any historical experience to join these workshops, only an interest in learning about the Lawn and in bringing these forgotten stories to a wider audience
If you would be interested taking part in these workshops there is an information session at Stokes Lawn Cafe, The Blue Room, Union Road, Lincoln at LN1 3BU 10 am to midday
Tuesday 8th October 2019, where you can find out more about the project and how to volunteer.
To register for a place, please email: scorbett@lincoln.ac.uk or telephone 01522 886188 for more information.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Yours faithfully
Sylvie Gay
Stokes Tea and Coffee
01522 523548
Sylvie.Gay@stokes-coffee.co.uk

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