Lincolnshire County Council will show how towns including Stamford, Bourne and Market Deeping have changed since Middle Ages
A project bringing together new and old archaeological information, will for the first time ever, show how 30 Lincolnshire towns have changed since the Middle Ages.
Run by Lincolnshire County Council and funded by Historic England, the Lincolnshire Extensive Urban Survey is part of a national programme which aims to understand how and why towns have developed in the way they have.
Bringing together information, mapping and evidence - both old and new - the project looks at how Lincolnshire towns have grown to be what you see today.
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