Please see below the project report from Nigel Wood , which due to  Covid-19 restrictions they  have been unable to meet all of the obligations for the funding such as talks and exhibitions or working with the pupils of Langar School. We have agreed with the NLHF that we will not extend the project due to the continuing uncertainty

Refinding the Lost Church of St Ethelburga’s Langar Nottinghamshire

 

Visit this new website, created by Bill Dargue, entitled:
‘A history of LANGAR for young people’

You will discover lots of interesting facts about our villages!

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Nigel Wood has been heading up Project SEAL, discovering the hidden history of St Ethelburga. Read on for details of the project and monthly updates.

Project SEAL Workshops Term 1 2019
Project SEAL Update July 2019
Project SEAL September 2019 Update
Project SEAL Outline of Project
LIDAR & Aerial Photos Langar & District
Project SEAL August 2019 Update
Project SEAL October 2019 Update

 

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