Stamford is an outstanding stone town in Lincolnshire. Built on Jurassic rock, Stamford is England's first urban conservation area. It has over 600 listed buildings ranging from remnants of medieval monasteries to fine 18th century town houses. In 1967, Stamford became the first conservation area.
Stamford Civic Society was formed in 1962 to lobby for the conservation and preservation of the town, while also looking to its future prosperity. The Society is a member of Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement.
You can support our work and participate in our social events and other activities by joining the Society. If you would like more information, please contact us.