Thursday, August 22, 2019

The ‘Boobie Bears’ travelling the world to raise awareness for breast cancer shake hands...

In April 2018 Scarlet Black Occleshaw began giving out Boobie Bears to raise awareness for breast cancer. We spoke to Scarlet last year to...

Roar-some volunteers wanted

The Collection Museum in Lincoln is looking for local volunteers to help visitors have a "dino-mite" experience this summer. The museum is looking for people...

New Cycle Hub gears up for first summer season in Cleethorpes

Cleethorpes Cycle Hub is ready for the public ahead of the busy tourist season in Cleethorpes. Located in the former ticket office at Cleethorpes Rail...
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Franklin Way walking route set to be relaunched

This May will see the relaunch of the Franklin Way walking route, thirty-three years since it was created. The Franklin Way, which runs between Spilsby...
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Lincs & Notts air ambulance flies its 20,000th mission

The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance has reached a significant milestone after flying their 20,000th mission on Sunday, just hours before celebrating the Charity’s...

Work starts on new £6.3m Market Rasen Leisure Centre

Work has begun at the site of the new £6.3m Market Rasen Leisure Centre. The new centre which is due to open in late spring...

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...

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...

New Traders announced for May Farmers’ and Craft Market

The Farmers’ and Craft Market returns to its new location on Market Street in Gainsborough this Saturday (11th May) with a full line up...

The Collection Museum announces its 2019 artists in residence

Michael Shaw, Belén Cerezo and Ros Lorimer have been selected as the OPEM Artists in Residence for 2019. OPEM is a biannual open-call exhibition run...

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