Sunday, November 17, 2019

Suggestions sought for next year’s Asylum Steampunk Festival

The Asylum Steampunk Festival is now firmly established as part of Lincoln’s cultural identity, with plans in place to make 2019’s edition the biggest...

Stone for brave Victoria Cross soldier unveiled

A memorial stone for a World War One soldier who was awarded a Victoria Cross for his ‘bravery and initiative’ has been unveiled. Private Samuel...
Upsurge in visits to Lincolnshire libraries

Upsurge in visits to Lincolnshire libraries

A year on from partnering with Greenwich Leisure Limited, Lincolnshire County Council have revealed that the county’s libraries are thriving. Positive strides have been made...
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Ironstone walk announced for Scunthorpe

Councillor Rob Waltham of North Lincolnshire Council has announced an Ironstone Walk. The Ironstone Walk is an approximately 10-mile-long circular walking route around the southern...

Immingham in Bloom wins RHS gold medal

‘Immingham in Bloom’ has won a gold award for its port-themed floral display at the Royal Horticultural Society flower show at Tatton Park this...
Photo: Danny Coy (WildCoyPhotography)

1 minute of vigorous exercise is equivalent to a 45 minute jog or bike...

The hardest thing about exercise, for most of us, is the time it takes to see any real results. There is nothing worse than...

New indoor tennis facility to be built near Lincoln.

Lincolnshire Tennis welcomes its newest and 42nd registered club, The Lincoln Tennis Academy. The academy will be a new 3 court indoor venue in Dunholme,...

Data reveals charitable habits of Lincolnshire residents

A new study of over 30,000 charity supporters has revealed Lincolnshire is among the most kind-hearted counties in the UK. Data released today from Ecclesiastical’s...

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...

New technology is making it easier to buy your first home in Lincolnshire

The perception is that being a first-time buyer isn’t fun. Soaring house prices, tougher lending conditions and general uncertainty about the economy have made...

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