All Bricks and Bones 2019 events are bookable via Banks Newton Heritage’s page.


Heritage Food Festival

Saturday 11th May 2019 : 10am – 4pm.

St Mary’s Guildhall and St Peter at Gowt’s Church Hall, Sibthorp Street, Lincoln.

  • Teas and Coffees are being served throughout the day
  • Charity Cake Stall
  • Tours of the Guildhall during the day
  • See the results of the Wigford Big Dig
  • The material culture of cooking down the ages – a display of vintage and antique pots, pans and equipment!
  • A range of historical cookery recipe sheets will be available for people to take away to enable them to recreate dishes from the past at home and bring food history to life
  • A selection of antiquarian cookbooks to explore
  • Make your own “Marchpane” Tudor Roses to take home
  • Portuguese Family Favourites and Portuguese Food Heritage
  • The Great Family Recipe Share will take place between 11am and 1pm – bring along a written copy of your favourite family recipe and your mobile phone
  • Family Favourites Cookery Competition – enter your family dish – entries to be in by 1pm (submitted with a list of the ingredients and a copy of the recipe). Children’s class and Adults class! Judging to take place between 1pm and 2pm, winners announced at 3pm.


Experimental Archaeology – Smokehouse Construction 

Friday 10th May 2019 : 10am – 2pm

St Peter at Gowt’s Church Hall, Sibthorp Street, Lincoln : Booking Essential.

 

As part of the Bricks and Bones Heritage Food Festival we will be inviting members of the community to come and help us build a traditional smokehouse in the grounds of St Peter at Gowt’s churchyard. More details to follow.

Experimental Archaeology – Smoke your own food in our traditional smokehouse 

Friday 10th May 2019 : 10am – 2pm

St Peter at Gowt’s Church Hall, Sibthorp Street, Lincoln : Booking Essential.

As part of the Bricks and Bones Heritage Food Festival we will be inviting members of the community to come and smoke their own food in our traditional smokehouse in the grounds of St Peter at Gowt’s churchyard. More details to follow.


THE WIGFORD BIG DIG 2018
The Wigford Big Dig was a great success, thank you to all who attended!
You can see what we got up to by visiting the Gallery Page.