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Lincoln Red cattle

Lincoln Red cattle

History - 1st September

Over 300 years ago, Gervase Markham, in his book, A Way to Get Wealth, wrote of Lincolnshire cattle, ‘their horns little and crooked, their bodies exceedingly tall, long, large, lean…’ The modern Lincoln Red has come a long way since then and is a far cry from the animal described by Markham.

The sign of the Crowne

The sign of the Crowne

History - 1st May

Ye Olde Crowne public house in Lincoln is a familiar feature of the city centre, and has a fascinating history that illustrates the influence one property can have on a street, and how fascinating the investigation of a building’s history can be.

The excesses of a clergyman - Revd. Dr William Dodd

The excesses of a clergyman - Revd. Dr William Dodd

History - 1st February

William Dodd was born in Bourne in 1729 the son of the vicar. William was a bright lad who went off to Cambridge in 1746 and achieved a BA degree. But mixing with wealthier and more affluent students he also acquired a liking for the high life.

50 years of the Starlight Rooms  at Boston Gliderdrome

50 years of the Starlight Rooms at Boston Gliderdrome

History - 1st April

The Gliderdrome dance hall in Boston is an amazing place. To people of a certain age, like me, walking into the Starlight Rooms takes you straight back to being sixteen again with all the heightened emotions that being a teenager brings.

Tell them of us – a local film project

Tell them of us – a local film project

History - 1st June

Next year sees the centenary of the start of the First World War, the ‘war to end all wars’, four years that marked the transition of the old world into the new.

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