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The Blacksmiths, Clayworth

The Blacksmiths, Clayworth

Dining Out - 1st December

The realisation that a newly purchased business property does not just need renovation but more of a rebuild might be an insurmountable obstacle for some. For the owners of The Blacksmiths, however, this was an opportunity to retain the heritage exterior of the building while creating an open, spacious interior.

Critical acclaim for local artist

Critical acclaim for local artist

The Arts - 1st December

For most people retirement signals a slowing of pace and the beginning of a more relaxing lifestyle – but not for Lincolnshire woman Annie Samuel, who is using the time to launch a second career as an award-winning artist.

Preserving a treasured townscape

Preserving a treasured townscape

Talk of the Town - 1st December

Set in the heart of Lincolnshire’s dramatic Fenland, the classic market town of Boston has heritage in abundance, with its links to the Pilgrim Fathers and its numerous historic buildings.

Christmas stars

Christmas stars

Homes & Gardens - 1st December

Steffie Shields shares bright and festive ideas.

Deck the halls for a Fairytale Christmas

Deck the halls for a Fairytale Christmas

People & Places - 1st December

Caroline Bingham visited Doddington Hall to help choose a Norway Spruce to be part of their Fairytale themed festive decorations.

2016 Lincolnshire Poacher Competition

2016 Lincolnshire Poacher Competition

Food Heroes - 1st December

Our county has some of the best butchers and bakers in the country and this year over 400 entries were taken for the fourteen categories of the 2016 Lincolnshire Poacher Competition, which was held in October.

The wonders of Woodhall

The wonders of Woodhall

Down Your Way - 1st December

Regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Lincolnshire, this delightful location still retains a feeling of Edwardian gentility through its streetscene, its tourist attractions and its heritage filled buildings.

Winning destination for residents and visitors

Winning destination for residents and visitors

Business Life - 1st December

Known as the ‘capital of the Wolds’ the beautiful Georgian market town of Louth is renowned for its long-established, family run traditional businesses which have stood the test of time.

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