Detail of events for each group can be found on the relevant group pages.


Dates for your Diary
Thu Mar 19th Peter Robinson Industrial Trail through Early Lincoln.
Peter will take us on a tour of Lincoln's industrial pastcovering Lincoln's former great engineering factories
Thu Apr 16th Keith Hanson Tales of the Tower.
Following a 30 year career in the Army and a couple of years with Citroen, Keith went to the Tower, though not as a prisoner as many had done before him, but as a Yeoman Warder ( Beefeater ). For the next 20 years Keith lived and worked at the Tower, amassing a vast knowledge of its history and what makes the place tick. "
Thu May 21st Clive and Kath Richardson I don't believe a word of it!
Is a humourous look at the English Language. Everyone will learn something new and be entertained at the same time. The presentation is interspersed with "I don't believe it" facts which truly highlight the many quirks of the written word.
Thu Jun 18th Elaine Atkin A Day in the life of a Parish Clerk.
Elaine will explain all about her very varied role as Saxilby's Parish Clerk and some of the challenges.
Thu Jul 16th Bill Rayner "How to Spot a Serial Killer.
Bill is a retired detective superintendant and his talk on “How to spot a serial killer"" will give you a light hearted look at the history of offender profiling, look at a few serial killers and make you wonder about the person sitting next to you!
Thu Aug 20th Paul Stafford A journey to the crossroads of Europe and Asia.
Paul will take you on a fascinating tour of the Caucasus, to Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia. You'll see ancient cultural heritage, scenic beauty and very modernistic buildings.
Thu Sep 17th Brian Schofield Autumn Flowers.
Brian will delight us all with his presentation showing a huge variety of flowers for the Autumn season.
Thu Oct 15th Neil Curtis The Art of Pork Pie Making.
Neil will be giving a participative demonstration.
Thu Nov 19th Simeon Wood The Flute Emporium.
Exceptionial multi-instrumentalist Simeon's 45 minute show will involve instrumewnts from the flute and whistle, didgeridoo, a walking stick, bottles and even a bicycle pump.