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Equestrian Life - July 2011

Equestrian Life - July 2011

Equestrian - 1st July

What a great month it was in June with the County Show, Brocklesby Show and a really heavy diary of events covering just about every equestrian interest you can think of. What is so totally amazing is that if you thought June was busy, take a look at July! There is so much on that you don’t have time to take the saddle off! Happy horse days!

Explore passages and alleyways

Explore passages and alleyways

Business Life - 1st July

Drive through this wonderful old market town a little too quickly and you will miss some interesting shops and attractions.

Lincoln Courthouse and Gaol

Lincoln Courthouse and Gaol

History - 1st July

There had been much criticism of the Lincoln Courthouse and Gaol over the years due to the appalling conditions in which prisoners were held. For many years the Justices had met in the Guildhall over the Stonebow with the City Gaol adjacent, when the great prison reformer, John Howard, in his state
of the Prisons report of 1777, commented on conditions:

Born to bake

Born to bake

Food Heroes - 1st July

David Moden is the third generation of his family to bake plum bread in Spilsby and he has put his own special stamp on the recipe handed down from his grandfather.

Gardener’s delight

Gardener’s delight

Homes & Gardens - 1st July

Set in twelve acres of formal gardens and parkland on the edge of the village of Welton-le-Wold, near Louth, The Old Rectory is a dream home for gardening enthusiasts.

Grounds for Celebration

Grounds for Celebration

- 1st July

Steffie Shields highlights a Lincolnshire Gardens Trust initiative to encourage children to learn the joys of gardening.

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