Friday, April 3, 2020

Karting competition puts young engineering talent to the test

Could you be a future racing engineer? Are you craving a career in a Formula 1 pit lane? A new karting competition that will...

Push for polycarbonate glasses to tackle pub violence

Pubs and clubs across North East Lincolnshire are set to get more help in the fight to stop alcohol-related violence in the area. Pubwatch North...
New poetry competition to celebrate life in North Lincs

County writers aged 50-plus invited to enter competition

Age UK Lindsey is calling all local poets and wordsmiths aged 50 and over to put to paper with their latest competition. There are six...
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Beware of last minute holiday scams

incolnshire Trading Standards is reminding residents to remain vigilant when booking a last minute holiday this summer. Angela Kane, senior trading standards officer, commented: “Whether...

Coming soon to a village near you

A new film scheme from North Lincolnshire Council will bring all the glitz and glamour of the big screen to village halls and community...

Getting vintage in the kitchen!

The trend for capturing a sense of the past in your home shows no sign of stopping! It’s vintage all the way, so why not go retro in the kitchen too?

This pink beaker from Giggling Hedgehogs (£18) is a fantastic art-deco take on the usual, dull drinking receptacle. Hand made in limited edition batches, it’s earthenware that will last a lifetime, but is already so retro! (

Cast iron is as vintage as it comes! This lovingly-crafted egg tree (£9.95) is perfect for those who love getting dusted up with flour in the kitchen, who could resist? (

For those who love growing their own herbs or just need some stylish storage, these fishmarket boxes (£35 small, £40 large) are perfect. These hand-crafted reproductions look the part and have iron handles too for ease of moving. (

Cheeky but clean, this vintage pin-up tea towel (£11) will not only dry the dishes in style but will look great too. It comes rolled up in a gift tube too, so makes a perfect present! (

Need a place to take a load off, or a seat to host larger parties in the kitchen? This bench (£492) is perfect. Reclaimed train station bench wood is on a heavy steel base which means it will last generations! More fun than sitting at the train station too! (

Floral patterns are still in, and never really go out of style either! These tea, coffee and sugar caddies (£22) are designed by Emma Bridgewater and are part of the Rose and Bee range. (

More of a display feature than a practical gadget, this vintage butter churn (£55) will look great on a sideboard or up on a shelf. It’s perfect for those who love a dash of the past in their home. (

The maple leaf design on this vintage cocktail shaker (£65) makes it a must-have item for anyone who loves mixing their own creations in the kitchen. It’s perfect for those parties when the wine just isn’t enough! (

Little Mix to headline Lincoln this summer

Little Mix to headline Lincoln this summer

As part of their summer 2018 slate, pop superstars Little Mix will be making a stop off in Lincoln this coming July. The ‘Summer Hits...

Weird and wonderful Christmas traditions

We explore a trio of strange Christmas traditions from around the world. Christmassy caterpillars In South Africa, one of the festive delicacies that kids most look...

Quick Turkey Stir Fry

Looking for something to get the tastebuds going but concerned about how to use all that turkey up? Here's an excellent idea . Ingredients 350g-450g British...

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance – Christmas Super Draw 2018 winners announced

The Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance (LNAACT) has revealed the winners of this year’s Christmas Super Draw. As part of the draw, which was carried...

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