The market town of Sleaford in Lincolnshire dates back to the Iron Age. It was later occupied by the Romans and Anglo-Saxons. In the Middle Ages it belonged to the Bishops of Lincoln. It is now an administrative centre for the surrounding parts of Lincolnshire.
With this app you will join Sleaford’s ECHOES trail which will introduce you to characters from the town’s past. ECHOES of the town’s history will be heard as you approach buildings and sites on the trail. At each location you will find a green Heritage Trail plaque with NFC and a QR code linking to the audio- visual presentation from which the trail ECHOES are taken.
In several locations you will also find a bronze Art and Heritage plaque.
Sleaford’s Castle grounds are a popular area of public open space and now the subject of a major res…
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