Dr John Inman, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials initially worked at Burghley when he was a student, selling programmes in the car park. “In those days there were girls in red and gold uniforms promoting Gold Leaf cigarettes – totally unimaginable now, as then was the thought that I’d come back to Burghley,” said Dr Inman.
Steve Barclay could not be more delighted to be back at Lincoln’s Theatre Royal in this year’s pantomime, ‘Dick Whittington’
Eco-architect Jerry Harrall had long aspired to live the green dream in an earth-sheltered home that would afford him the benefits of fuel-free living.
The Knights Templar, those mysterious soldier-monks famed for protecting the ancient pilgrim routes and shrines to and from Jerusalem during the Crusades, once loomed large in the rolling green of Lincolnshire.
Caroline Bingham visited the Oaklands Hall Hotel at Laceby.
Some villages boast a special blend of features that make them the envy of other destinations – great facilities and a wealth of community spirit. Ruskington in North Kesteven definitely falls into this category and it is these factors, together with its great location that has attracted many people from young families to serving and retired Armed Forces personnel.
It’s a design classic that offers endless permutations.
Attention! there is definitely a military theme on parade for Autumn/Winter 2012.
Take a break from the temptation to step into trousers all winter and invest in one of the many dresses from this year’s ranges.
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