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Sites of conflict in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands

Saturday 25th March 2017

A free Bishop Grosseteste University/Battlefields Trust Conference looking at sites of conflict, particularly in Lincolnshire and the surrounding area, and discussing ways in which they may be preserved, studied and interpreted.

The event will appeal to teachers and students of history and all those with an interest in local heritage and history.




Bishop Grosseteste University

Longdales Road






Magna Carta and beyond: sites of conflict in and around Lincolnshire

Julian Humphrys

Development Officer, Battlefields Trust


Beyond the battlefield: castles and conflict in The Anarchy

Dr Duncan Wright

Senior Lecturer in Archaeology and Heritage, Bishop Grosseteste University


Newark in the Civil War

Kevin Winter and Glyn Hughes

Collections and Exhibitions Team, National Civil War Centre


Thorn Kings: Interpreting battlefields through poetry

Clare Mulley,

Poet-in-residence, Battlefields Trust


Panel discussion; Preserving and interpreting sites of conflict

Dr Claire Hubbard-Hall

Senior Lecturer in History, Bishop Grosseteste University.



Free parking on site.

Free tea and coffee

Delegates will be able to purchase lunch at the University refectory and cafe.











For further information.


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