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Abstracts from Symposium 24/04/2021

Abstracts from Symposium 24/04/2021 150 150 Sharon Hoult

SGS SYMPOSIUM Morning Session   The Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Lindsey (Erik Grigg) I will discuss the early medieval kingdom of Lindsey, which probably covered the north half of Lincolnshire and flourished in the centuries after the end of Roman rule. I will discuss the written and archaeological evidence, its possible origins and the role of…

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Latest ‘Double Letters’ Quiz Results

Latest ‘Double Letters’ Quiz Results 150 150 Dave Jacobs

The latest Spalding Gentlemen’s Society quiz ‘Double Letters’ has now closed, and the results are in. Many thanks to all those that took part, a total of £175 was raised, which is a great achievement during these trying times. A special thank you to all those that sent in a donation as well. With twelve…

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The Vikings and Anglo-Saxons Symposium

The Vikings and Anglo-Saxons Symposium 150 150 Sharon Hoult

Don’t forget to book for this event.

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Heritage Network 20/02/2021

Heritage Network 20/02/2021 150 150 SGSocAdmin

HERITAGE NETWORK The fourth Heritage Network event was held online on Saturday 20th February 2020 and, building on the success of the earlier events, there were 23 people participating from 15 different organisations. This included two new organisations; Thorney Museum and the Welland Rivers Trust. As the pandemic is coming towards the end organisations are…

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Musings from the Museum 17

Musings from the Museum 17 150 150 SGSocAdmin

SNAPSHOTS IN TIME. by Alastair Goodrum. 4. Colour: Littlebury Holbeach 2011/2.​Side view of the tomb in 2011. ©AJG 2011   It seems such a long time ago when, one evening at the end of October 2011, at an informal gathering in the Lecture Room, a sample of photographs taken from the Society’s glass-negative collection was…

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Musings from the Museum 16

Musings from the Museum 16 150 150 SGSocAdmin

Musings from the medal department. The inter allied victory medal 1914-19 Of all the medals in the world the allied victory medal must surely be the most collected as the variants created, often in small numbers, combine to make a fantastic collection as very often there are many variants of a single medal found. I…

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Musings from the Museum 15

Musings from the Museum 15 150 150 SGSocAdmin

              Bible chain or is it? A Universal Goddess?        by Patty Harris Long, long ago, in a place called normal life, I was asked to try and investigate a museum piece. I bet, like me, you have walked past this dozens of times without sparing it…

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Heritage Network 21/11/2020

Heritage Network 21/11/2020 150 150 SGSocAdmin

HERITAGE NETWORK The third Heritage Network event was held online on Saturday 21st November 2020 and, building on the success of the earlier events, there were 23 people participating from 15 different organisations.  I think we have all been hit hard by the ongoing pandemic and by the latest national lockdown that has meant that…

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‘Numbers’ Quiz Results

‘Numbers’ Quiz Results 150 150 Dave Jacobs

The latest Spalding Gentlemen’s Society quiz ‘Numbers’ has now closed, and the results are in. Many thanks to all those that took part, a total of £197 was raised, which is a great achievement during these trying times. A special thank you to all those that sent in a donation as well. The prizes were…

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New SGS Charity Quiz

New SGS Charity Quiz 150 150 Dave Jacobs

New SGS Charity Quiz Announcement A new quiz has been released, to help pass the time, and exercise those little grey cells etc. The theme is ‘Double Letters’, every answer is two words, and each word begins with the same letter. There are 100 questions in total. Please email quiz.sgs@gmail.com and you will be emailed the…

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