Have you been exploring heritage this Easter weekend?

If you’ve been out and about in the county this weekend, you might have had the chance to explore some heritage. Maybe you’ve visited a historic site or a museum, or perhaps you’ve been on a long walk and seen something that’s made you think about the past – some old airfields perhaps, some beach huts, a canal, or an old railway line…

Is this #heritage? Sign reads: Ancient Wall No Ball GamesWhat is #heritage? Heritage art along the Riverside Walk in GainsboroughWhat is #heritage? The entrance to Gainsborough Public Library.

We’d love to hear what you think about heritage – what you think ‘heritage’ is, and how important it is to you. Your views can help inform ways in which heritage is recognised, cared for and shared, both now and in the future across the county.

The ‘Our Lincolnshire’ heritage survey is still open, but not for too much longer – so if you have some spare time left this weekend, please do contribute your views. We want to hear from people across the county, and from all walks of life.

If you know any children who might be willing to take part, we’re really interested in hearing from them too – the questionnaire has three versions, and is available in different formats for the under 10s, for 11 to 17 year olds, and for the over 18s.

The survey is available here: www.research.net/r/ourlincolnshire

Have a go, then pass it on!

Is this #heritage? Monumental plaques outside Gainsborough Public Library.Is this #heritage? A civic flower display in Gainsborough.What is #heritage? Lea woods, near Gainsborough

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