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Upcoming Events

  • Next Open Meeting

    ~~Three dates for the new 2015 diary and calendar:
    20 January - local farmer, Bentley Nelstrop, will talk about extracts from his very recently published book appropriately titled “NOW THEN”, recalling his memories of a farm, friends and events and much about life in Branston.
    17 February - Chris Adams, a Branston man, has for several years been researching the CURTOIS FAMILY who had a major influence and impact on life in Branston for over 200 years. There were 6 successive generations of Curtois who were rectors at the church. This is a fascinating story of one of the more powerful and eventually wealthy families in the area.
    17 March – Peter Stevenson will return by popular demand to complete his story of WW1 aircraft and their manufacture in the Lincoln area. His collection of beautiful models, destined soon for permanent display in a new museum at Scampton, should by then be completed and we will have a preview and another entertaining presentation.
    The meetings will be held as usual in the Church Hall starting at 7-30pm. Admission is free and open to all.
     

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