RAF INGHAM MEMORIAL GARDEN DEDICATION
HHHS Members' work on sculptures for the memorial garden on show at this ceremony. (See 'About us, Events' for full story and Pictures)
National Recognition for Sheila Jonkers and Horncastle Library
Meetings are held approx. every six weeks at the Admiral Rodney Hotel on North Street.
A speaker is generally invited to every other meeting, whilst the ordinary meetings give Members an opportunity to contribute to the business of the Society.
Non-members are very welcome to attend to see if this is the kind of group they wish to get involved with.
See 'About Us' for details of next meeting
|Working for the town|
Guided Tours of the Town
One of our Members is willing to take visitors on a tour of the town showing them points of interest, which will make their visit to the town far more interesting. Tours will leave at 11.00am from the Market Place on most days. Or if you wish to book please phone Mr Sellars on 01507 522682 or contact the Town Council.
Working with the Town and District Councils on planning and conservation issues, to protect Horncastle's historic environment but also trying to make it an even more pleasant and interesting place to live and work.
We love to discover more about our town. Its history going back to Roman times and before and the influences of the railways and canals on its prosperity and the effect of the huge horsefairs on its social evolvement. We invite you to share it all with us.
The DVD 'Horncastle Yesterday and Today' first produced in 2006 as a follow up to the 'Now & Then' book is again on sale at Perkins Newsagents and the Sir Joseph Banks' Centre for £9.99.