A trip down memory lane of RHS outings. RHS members over the years have enjoyed many trips and outings.

Some were local evening and afternoon trips, while others were all day outings further afield. Afternoon/ Evening trips 2008, a visit to see Brian Ayer’s farm to view his collection.

Autumn afternoon visit to the Mausoleum and Brocklesby Park on the Earl of Yarborough’s estate.

2009, an evening trip to the Brackenborough deserted Medieval village. They were having problems with Badgers.

Trips to Lincoln

Tour of the castle, with Mal as our guide.

Back room Tour of the Lincolnshire archives

Lincoln cathedral library with David Oliver

Tour of Lincolnshire life museum

2019, Laying Poppies for the Canadian airmen who were killed in 1944 in Middle Rasen at the Bomber Command Centre.

2011, an evening walk around Middle Rasen.

Several evening trips to Caistor. Interesting walk and talks with the late Don Morgan.

Over the years there has been the opportunity to visit local sites- St. Thomas Church tour and another visit to view the Parish documents before they went to the Lincolnshire Archives. De Aston school tour of the old school and later visit to their new museum.

The refurbished Railway Station, a behind the scenes tour at the Race course and the Old Police Station tour and talk (before it was open to everyone)

Plus, RHS members have given walking tours around the town.

Further afield day trips

Day trip to Southwell workhouse and on to the Minister. We lost the wing mirror of the mini bus on the way home.

Barton upon Humber, Wilderspin National school, and then on to the Rope walk.

Alford House Museum tour and afternoon tea.

Horncastle walking tour of the town back streets, and Roman wall in library.

Grimsby, the Time Trap and Town Hall.

Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum and Kinema in the woods.

Louth walking tour of town, interesting but very cold.

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