Sixty years ago communities up and down the east coast of Lincolnshire were reeling from one of the worst peace-time disasters Britain had ever seen.
Steffie Shields highlights winter gardens worth a visit.
“Migrating birds, such as geese, ducks and other waders, come to the Wash in huge numbers to spend the winter, with an average total of around 400,000 birds present at any one time.”
A unique opportunity to invest in a live/work business
After thirty-two years, Ken Jones, the Lincoln based director of Savills, has left to take up a new role with the Crown estate running their rural portfolio across the UK.
As 2013 gathers pace, it is refreshing to visit a Lincolnshire town where there are clear signs of business confidence and innovation despite the continuing uncertain economic climate.
The trend for lace has continued into 2013 with beautiful examples of detailing and accents as well as sheer effect dresses, jackets and wraps.
The look is preppy and sophisticated, a casual glamour that has international appeal.
Even with our recent heavy snowfalls, a childhood in Lincolnshire does not seem to be the most auspicious start for a budding skier and chalet hostess.
In our auction rooms we regularly see examples of taxidermy and hunting trophies, particularly from Africa.
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