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history : a walk through the archaeology of Castle Bytham : acknowledgements

added 27/07/04


This walk has been developed by the South Kesteven Community Archaeologist.

Information sources consulted include...

• Castle Bytham parish files and SMR: Heritage Lincolnshire
• The Historic Sites of Castle Bytham: Richard Foers 2000
• Castle Bytham Village Trail: Castle Bytham
• Conservation Area Guidelines: LCC
• List of Buildings: Department of the Environment
• Report into Iron working sites in Castle Bytham: David Smith, 2002
• A Gazetteer of Early Anglo Saxon Burial Sites: Aubrey Meaney, 1964
• The Buildings of England, Lincolnshire: Nikolas Pevsner, 1967
• The History of Castle Bytham: Rev. John Wild

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Heritage Lincolnshire is an independent charitable trust working to promote and enhance Lincolnshire's rich heritage for the benefit of local people and visitors.


The Trust is supported by County and District Councils, national heritage bodies and through commercial activities and sponsorship.


Acknowledgment ...

The text shown on this page has been reproduced from a booklet written by Dan Ratcliffe, from the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire, to accompany a walk around the village of Castle Bytham which he led as part of the Midsummer Fair in June 2004.

We are grateful for their permission to reproduce the document on this website.