Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Urban high wire attraction set for Skegness

Tourism in Skegness is to reach new heights this summer, with the building of one of Britain's highest urban high wire attractions. At approximately 21-metres...
Umbrellas Lincoln offer helping hand for children with additional needs

Umbrellas Lincoln offer helping hand for children with additional needs

None of us would change our children for the world, but sometimes, extra help and services are required which is where charities like Umbrellas...

Schools across North Lincolnshire share £220,000 funding for healthy living projects

North Lincolnshire Council has invested nearly £220,000 in schools across the area to promote healthy lifestyles and support pupils with additional needs. This investment follows...

Where have all the trees gone? Lincoln architectural firm release children’s book on sustainability

A children's book written by Kate Plumb and illustrated by Barbara Griffin, of Lincoln-based SPROUTBOX, has, in two days of its release, reached number...

Lincolnshire police officer to trek across the Sahara Desert

A Lincolnshire police officer who suffered potentially life threatening injuries in a cycling accident is set to trek across the Sahara Desert for a...

Boston Marathon UK on search for volunteers

As the Boston Marathon UK grows, an appeal has been issued for more volunteers to help with this year's event. More than 1,500 runners are...

New grant fund launched for creative artists

South Kesteven District Council's economic growth and regeneration company, InvestSK, has launched a new funding programme to support creative artists and performers in South...

£1m park project shortlisted for heritage award

The £1m-plus restoration of Grantham's Wyndham Park is in the running for a prestigious award. South Kesteven District Council's Heritage Lottery-funded project to restore the...

How to Survive New Year’s Eve as a singleton

Facing New Year’s Eve as a singleton can be a bit daunting but it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom, as a...

New Year traditions – 4000 years in the making

In most places around the world, December 31st means one thing - ringing out the old and ringing in the new year. New Year’s Eve, for most...

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