Welcome to the Lincoln & North Lincolnshire branch of The Western Front Association.

The Lincoln & North Lincolnshire Branch was formed by Mick McDonald in 2009 and usually attracts more than 50 members and other attendees to each meeting. We meet at Sobraon Barracks in Lincoln every six weeks. 

WFA Members and non-members are equally welcome. We ask for a modest £4 donation on the door. Any new visitors will be assured of an welcoming and friendly atmosphere among a group of like-minded enthusiasts.

We have our own comprehensive website: The Lincolnshire & North Lincolnshire Branch WFA 

We are also active on social media. Our Facebook Page is Western Front Association : Lincoln and North Lincs Branch and you will also find us on Twitter @WFALincoln.

 

Upcoming Branch Events

Lincoln Branch 2018 Seminar
29 Sep

Lincoln Branch 2018 Seminar

The Collection Auditorium, Lincoln LN2 1LP
29 Sep 2018 12:30

The Lincoln& North Lincolnshire Branch of the Western Front Association host Peter Barton, Rob Thompson and Richard Pullen at The Collection Auditorium in Lincoln for an afternoon of 1918-themed presentations. Saturday 29 September 2018 The Lincoln & North Lincolnshire Branch of the Western Front Association will host their 2018 Gr…

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British Intelligence and the German Spring Offensives with Dr Jim Beach
22 Oct

British Intelligence and the German Spring Offensives with Dr Jim Beach

Sobraon Barracks, Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3PY
22 Oct 2018 19:00

Jim's presentation will explain what British intelligence knew in advance of the German offensives of March and April 1918. As he will show, contrary to popular belief, the British were not taken by surprise.

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Sanitation, Sand & Shells with Dr Claire Hubbard-Hall
12 Nov

Sanitation, Sand & Shells with Dr Claire Hubbard-Hall

Sobraon Barracks, Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3PY
12 Nov 2018 19:00

Sanitation, Sand & Shells: The war diary of Corporal Alfred Cockburn (2nd London Sanitary Company, RAMC) This talk will explore the important role of military hygiene and sanitation within the Royal Army Medical Corps during the First World War, through the unpublished war diary of Alfred Cockburn. Alfred Cockburn served with the 2nd London S…

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