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Home > News and views > Hats off to Lincolnshire branch

Hats off to Lincolnshire branch

We’re delighted to report that Lincolnshire branch has resumed their in-person events

The Lincolnshire ESU flock gathered to enjoy a serendipitously sunny June evening at Doddington Hall thanks, once again, to the kind hospitality of Claire and James Birch. We were privileged to share a peek of James’s new collection of uniforms representing a host of very personal histories as well as exquisite craftsmanship; Anthony Jarvis introduced his new and growing collection of wagons charting a fascinating history of rural life; and Claire introduced a new exhibition of Lincolnshire artists working in a variety of media. And then, of course, there was the joyous chat between friends sustained by drinks organised by Fi and Giles Walter and Mike and Liz Graydon.

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