“Lincoln City has some of the greatest and most picturesque places and buildings in the world, enjoys a rich agricultural heritage, and a diverse landscape. Peter’s design peels back the many layers of what Lincoln actually represents and discovers how precious it is.” – Peter Segasby

Eustace de Vesci
Eustace de Vesci
Eustace de Vesci was Lord of Alnwick Castle. He took sides with the French king against King John. He was shot through the head with an arrow besieging a castle in 1216.

By Peter Segasby

Peter graduated in 1973 from Lincoln College of Art; followed by a prosperous international career in graphic design. Painting is his passion and more recently he’s jointly opened an art gallery at The Old Methodist Chapel in Branston, exhibiting great local and international artists, as well as his own work. 

Sponsored by Chestnut Homes

Chestnut Homes have been building new homes across Lincolnshire since 1988. We are proud that a copy of Magna Carta is housed within the beautiful Lincoln Castle, and are even more proud to be part of the 800th anniversary celebrations.

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