St Katherine's 900 years of history
Heritage and Cultural Centre
'Brilliant and inspiring'
'The display is extremely well laid out, informative and user friendly'
St Katherine's is a vibrant new tourist destination, cultural resource and heritage and education venue for the local community, the city of Lincoln, the region and beyond. The centre is housed in a fully restored Wesleyan church building, an outstanding, grade II listed nineteenth century building that stands on the site of the Gilbertine priory of St Katherine, founded in 1148.
Interactive displays tell the story of the site and the venue will host a lively programme of exhibitions and events
The Heritage Lottery Fund have awarded the project £1.329 million, Lincolnshire Enterprise, WREN, Lincolnshire County Council, Lincoln City Council and Renaissance East Midlands are all supporting the project.
Gallery, Heritage site, Archaeological site
Open for special events and other days by prior arrangement.
Please call the adjacent Priory Centre 01522 579490 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or details
Charge for some events
Shape and Symmetry
Click on Shape and Symmetry for an exhilarating journey into the puzzle filled world of Shape and Symmetry!
This exciting new on-line interactive is inspired by the patterns, shape and symmetry that can be seen in and around the building that will open in November 2009 in Lincoln as St Katherine's - 900 years of history.
Suitable for KS1 and KS2 pupils, users can meet test their skills against eight challenges and then apply their creative skills to designing a tile to add to our on-line gallery. Visit www.stkatherineslincoln to try it out!
How to obtain
Visit www.stkatherineslincoln.co.uk and click on Shape and Symmetry