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The Aim of our Society is to promote for the public benefit the advancement and knowledge of our local archaeology and history.    

  North East Lincolnshire has a rich and diverse historic environment. It ranges from prehistoric sites through the Roman landscape to the Wolds villages, listed buildings and conservation areas.

Our monthly talks are arranged featuring local, regional and nationally recognised speakers at Old Clee church hall Grimsby. In addition, summer activities are organised such as Fieldwork and outings.

Interested in joining? then please drop us a line

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Examples of Posters Which Illustrate Some Content Of Society Monthly Meetings

“Revealing the Roman Landscape of North Lincolnshire”    Medieval graffiti jpeg     Mills and Millers of north Lincolnshire

23 June poster for AGM & Healing moated   21 April Poster on Roman pottery in Lincs   18 January Poster for John Harrison clockmaker

17 Christmas meeting   15 October poster on One Man's View of 19th Century  10  February Hatcliffe poster

9 December Gy Morris Men poster  6 September Poster for chalk stream talk 8 November Normanby Hall Walled Garden