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Heritage open days and talks bring history to life in Stamford and Bourne during September 2019




Curious tales from the Mercury, plus Danish settlers, cholera, plague and murder are just some of the subjects of history events happening in the next couple of weeks.

The heritage open days, taking place throughout Lincolnshire, start next Friday with with tours of Stamford Town Hall (10am to 4pm), the Mercury's archives (Cherryholt Road, 10.30am, 12pm and 2pm) and a walk to take in Stamford's medieval walls (10.30am from Cattle Market car park).

There will also be the chance to climb All Saints' Church tower, visit the Browne's Hospital almshouses, and do a family tree workshop.


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