From September to March the Society organises a programme of public lectures on cultural, scientific and antiquarian subjects. These have been held almost continuously since 1889 and are considered one of the most important aspects of the Society's work.

Full details of last season's programme are available here as well as the list of the forthcoming lectures. For various reasons the programme does change, so please check the list for the most up to date schedule.

The lectures are held on Friday evenings commencing 8 p.m. They take place with the kind permission of the Headmaster in the lecture theatre of the Spalding Grammar School, Priory Road, PE11 2XH. Attendance is excellent value at only £ 2 per person.

The Bailey Lecture, held under the terms of the bequest of George Bailey, for many years Curator and Secretary to the Society, is a lecture on a subject connected with the fine arts.

Spalding Grammar School

Priory Road,
Tel: 017775 724646