A new sign of the times at Castlefield site in Sleaford

A new welcome sign to Sleaford’s historic castle has been unveiled by Mayor, Coun Linda Edwards-Shea, with local artist, Mike Weston’s impression of how the castle looked in 1585, before more stone was robbed for other buildings.

From left - Harriott Brand - Civic Trust, David Marriage - Civic Trust, Mark Bamford - Sleaford Museum, Doreen Bamford - Civic Trust, Chris Hodgson - Carre Gallery, Garry Titmus - Sleaford Heritage Group, Rob Oliver - services team leader for Sleaford Town Council, Mayor Coun Linda Edwards-Shea, unveiling the new sign at Castlefield.
From left - Harriott Brand - Civic Trust, David Marriage - Civic Trust, Mark Bamford - Sleaford Museum, Doreen Bamford - Civic Trust, Chris Hodgson - Carre Gallery, Garry Titmus - Sleaford Heritage Group, Rob Oliver - services team leader for Sleaford Town Council, Mayor Coun Linda Edwards-Shea, unveiling the new sign at Castlefield.

It replaces an impression of the castle in the 12th century whose accuracy has been questioned following a survey.

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The sign is sponsored by the town council, civic trust and Sleaford Museum displaying a QR code video link​​ to Sleaford Heritage Trail.