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History

Archaeological finds show local activity through the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, and Bronze Age occupation.

  • Ancient History

    The modern landscape of arable farming, woodlands and sparse settlement belies a rich and eventful past.

  • Bardney Heritage Trails

    The trails include important heritage features and local ecology as well as highlighting interesting stories and traditions of the area.

  • Community Heritage Scheme

    Three local heritage initiatives supported by the Limewoods Project have been successfully completed in Wragby, Bardney and Fiskerton.

  • Minting and Gautby Heritage Project

    A working party from Minting & Gautby Parish Council embarked on an ambitious project in 2008 to reveal more of the history of the parish.

  • The Witham Abbeys

    The Witham Valley is remarkable for the number of monasteries that were founded there - six on the eastern side, with another three on the west.

  • Wragby Moats

    The project focuses on the earthworks of the medieval moats in the centre of the village of Wragby.

  • Yellowbelly Youth - A Fiskerton Boyhood

    Yellowbelly Youth - A Fiskerton Boyhood is an account from resident Fred Thompson about the village in the 1920s and 30s.

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Last updated: 17 January 2018

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