As a result of the world’s longest continual conservation programme, the UK population of kites has risen to such a healthy level that they can now be seen in areas where they have been absent for more than 100 years.
In recent years, thanks in part to the emergence of ladies only clay shooting club Femmes Fatales, the UK has seen a rise in the number of women regularly taking part in shooting sports.
2017 looks set to be a year of growth for the south Lincolnshire town – not only in population but in employment and the local economy as well.
Francis Clarke was a three-time Mayor of Lincoln and noted philanthropist. His concern for the wellbeing of the people also extended to a medicinal ‘cure-all’, a remedy which promised great health benefits but would not pass muster today.
Just as 2016 was an exciting time for residents in the North Lincolnshire town, with its participation in the Great British High Street competition, 2017 has plenty in store.
Regular visits to see a friend in a Market Rasen nursing home led Christine and Keith Borst to see the potential of a near derelict Victorian property.
The Lincoln Fine Art Auction, held in the specialist art gallery at Golding Young & Mawer’s new premises on Station Road in North Hykeham, attracted bidders from around the globe.
“A small town with a big heart” is the best way to describe the historically important Victorian and Georgian town of Caistor.
It was our pleasure, once again, to be invited to help judge the Lincolnshire Gardens Trust Photographic Competition for 2016.
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