HISTORY ENTHUSIASTS are set for a second weekend discovering more about the heritage of the borough as the Heritage Open Days festival continues this Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 September.
Hundreds of people enjoyed visiting buildings not typically seen by the general public last weekend (Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September), as they took part in a host of guided walking tours and exhibitions throughout the borough.
The Atkins Building on Lower Bond Street opened its Then and Now exhibition on Friday (10 September), which is free to view every weekday until the 17 September. Hinckley District Past and Present were on hand at Hinckley Market with their heritage showcase. Anyone who missed the displays last weekend get a second chance to see them this Saturday (18 September) from 10am to 4pm. This Saturday there will be also be medieval food displays and falconry in Argents Mead.
All events are free to attend, booking required only where stated.