A free workshop in Anderby Village Hall this weekend is set to give people a chance to see the area’s grazing marsh ‘from the air’.
The event is part of the Lincolnshire Grazing Marshes project, and reflects thousands of years of natural change and human management of the marshes.
“From the ground evidence of these processes can be largely obscured, but from the air its history becomes strikingly apparent as a pattern of ancient waterways, lost islands, settlements and evidence of land use, continuously overlaid by new patterns through time, is revealed,” said a spokesperson.
This half-day workshop is free and will take place on Saturday, June 22 at 2pm. Booking is essential on 01507 613134.