It has been quite a year for Jim Luck: as well as celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of his business, he can now add the achievement of the completion of the renovations to the new shoe shop, just along from the main store, at 81 and 83 Eastgate, Louth.
Elizabeth Buckley and Stuart King were married at Nettleham Church. Further celebrations were held at Branston Hall Hotel.
Charlotte Kidd and James Middlemass were married at All Saints Church, Nettleham. They celebrated by holding a reception at The County Assembly Rooms, Lincoln.
Victoria Parker and Alex Shaw were married at Hemswell Court. The couple honeymooned in Monte Carlo and are making their new home in Grasby.
Sally Smith and Rick Harrod were married at St Michael’s Church, Swaton. They celebrated with a reception at the bride’s parents’ home.
Day one of the Trials welcomed over 30,000 visitors through the gates, a record crowd for the first day of the dressage – and a significant start to 4 days of trading for over 600 trade stands.
Many people will know the name of butchers George Adams and Sons for its famous pork pies, but fewer will know the family’s association with one of the most prestigious period properties in South Lincolnshire.
This charming, whitewashed inn, situated on the Viking Way in the heart of the Wolds, is as popular with walkers as it is with locals.
Pennells is one of the oldest garden companies in the country and is probably the oldest still under the same family ownership. It was founded by Richard Pennell in 1780. Today it is run by another Richard Pennell, a seventh generation member of the family.
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