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Tales of humanity in Bomber Command toll

Tales of humanity in Bomber Command toll

History - 22nd March

Six months from now the International Bomber Command Centre on Canwick Hill, Lincoln will open its doors to the public. In the first of six articles leading up to the opening ceremony, the project’s Losses Archivist, Dave Gilbert, describes the Losses aspect of the project.

Clarke’s World Famed Blood Mixture

Clarke’s World Famed Blood Mixture

History - 1st January

Francis Clarke was a three-time Mayor of Lincoln and noted philanthropist. His concern for the wellbeing of the people also extended to a medicinal ‘cure-all’, a remedy which promised great health benefits but would not pass muster today.

All the pleasure of Lincoln Fair

All the pleasure of Lincoln Fair

History - 1st December

For readers of my generation, mention of Lincoln Pleasure Fair will bring back many happy memories: the crowds, the jostling, the medley of organ music, the raucous voices of the showmen and the excitement of happy young people enjoying the rides…

Lincoln Cathedral music

Lincoln Cathedral music

History - 1st November

For 70 years starting at the end of the 19th century, Lincoln Cathedral music was dominated by two towering figures in the shape of its organists, who were largely responsible for the direction of its musical events.

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