“My design was inspired by the stained glass windows in Lincoln Cathedral, with the intense colours of glass contrasting with the dark tracery. Sponsored by Humberside airport, my design pays tribute to 166 Squadron based at RAF Kirmington in WW2.” - Lesley Ann Withers
Saer de Quincy
Saer de Quincy was Earl of Winchester. He fought against the king after the king rejected Magna Carta. De Quincey went to France to invite the French king to take the English throne. After Henry III won the war with the barons, de Quincey went on crusade in 1219, where he died.
By Lesley Ann Withers
Lesley Ann Withers has extensive experience working as an arts teacher, arts curriculum adviser, and community arts facilitator. She has worked on a variety of public art works including murals and wall hangings. Lesley’s company, “STITCHIN’ TIME”, offers sewing and textiles courses to schools and community groups across Lincolnshire.
Sponsored by Humberside International Airport
Humberside International Airport connects the region to the world, with three flights daily to Amsterdam, high-frequency services to Aberdeen and charter flights to a range of holiday destinations. Humberside is also one of the UK’s busiest airport-based heliports.