If you would like to get in touch to book an appointment, ask any questions you may have, or if you want to enquire about my workshops, talks and herb walks, you’re welcome to contact me via:

Telephone: 07906 376342

I am able to accept calls between 8.30am and 7.00pm, Monday to Saturday. If I am in a consultation, or teaching, please leave a message on my voicemail, with your name, the best number to reach you on, a brief description of your query and a good time for me to call you back, and I will return your call as soon as I am free. You are also welcome to send a text if this is easier for you.

I aim to answer all emails within 24 hours, although if I am working outside of the Lincoln area, particularly if I am working in the countryside, I may not have good internet access, so do bear with me.

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If it’s easier and quicker for you, you can also message me via my contact form below:

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My clinic and postal address

All clinic-based consultations take place in my clinic room in Lincoln city centre, with visits being by prior appointment only. My room is on the first floor of the building, so if you have any trouble climbing stairs, please let me know, so I can look at the option of a home visit for you. Should you need to send anything in the post to me, this is also the place to address it to:


Hannah Sylvester BSc (Hons) MNIMH
The District Herbalist
26 West Parade


The map below shows where I am situated, if you’re unfamiliar with this part of Lincoln. It also allows you to get directions from where you live. If you need directions on the day, or have any trouble locating the clinic, you’re welcome to call me on the telephone number listed at the top of the page, and I’ll guide you in, or come and meet you, if you’re close by.


There is half hour on-street free parking directly outside the clinic, however if you’re visiting for a consultation, you’ll need to park in one of the nearby car parks. The nearest ones are on Motherby Lane (to the rear of West Parade, by the Police Station). Alternatively, there is the Lincoln City Council car park, off Orchard Street.

Social Media and Skype

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We can also arrange a Skype chat, to answer any initial questions you may have. Just contact me via email first so we can arrange a good time to talk.

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If you want to keep up-to-date with the latest herbal news, future herbal workshops and herb walks, and health and herb gardening advice, you can also sign up to my newsletter. I usually send these out every month by email. It’s very simple to sign up, and secure (created with Mail Chimp). Simply enter your email address in the box below, click “sign up” and then check your email inbox for the confirmation email. Once you’ve clicked on the “Yes, subscribe me to the list” link from the email, hey presto! You’ll receive my newsletters every time I send you out. And if you ever change your mind, all you need to do is click “unsubscribe” at the bottom of the newsletters.

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Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, Lincoln

Hannah Sylvester, Medical Herbalist, BSc (Hons) MNIMH. Medical Herbalist and Lecturer

Hannah graduated from the University of Lincoln with a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Herbal Medicine. She is a registered Member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (founded in 1864, the oldest professional organisation in the U.K. representing medical herbalists). Hannah lectures on the Clinical Diagnostic Skills module for the BSc Herbal Medicine degree course at Lincoln and is also a NIMH New Members’ Scheme Mentor. She is also a fully qualified first aider, workshop leader and regularly features on local radio and in the press.