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. 

Western Front Association 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 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

The VAD Hospital at Scopwick House - Mike Credland
28 Jun

The VAD Hospital at Scopwick House - Mike Credland

Welton Manor Golf Centre, Hackthorn Rd, Welton, Lincoln LN2 3PA
28 Jun 2021 19:00

The VAD Hospital at Scopwick House. A presentation talk combined with artifacts from Mike’s wonderful collection. PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF VENUE FOR THIS EVENT We hope to be back at Sobraon Barracks as soon as the situation allows.

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Giants in the Sky : The Zeppelin in World War One -  David Skillen
19 Jul

Giants in the Sky : The Zeppelin in World War One - David Skillen

Sobraon Barracks, Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3PY
19 Jul 2021 19:00

David Skillen describes himself as a “consumer of history” and is an engaging, animated and entertaining professional speaker.  His talk, “Giants in the Sky – The Zeppelin in World War One”, tells the story of how the people of Britain saw huge, silver, cigar shaped objects flying across the country, seemingly at will, delivering death and destruct…

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The 2nd Leicester’s in Mesopotamia - Nigel Atter
06 Sep

The 2nd Leicester’s in Mesopotamia - Nigel Atter

Sobraon Barracks, Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3PY
06 Sep 2021 19:00

Nigel Atter, a self-styled “independent scholar” is an active member of the Leicestershire & Rutland Branch of the WFA, and explains that his interest in World War One came about after discovering his Grandfathers service papers.  His interest in the 2nd Leicester’s developed as a result of having the record office and members of Leicestershire…

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