1 February 2017
A town house for memorable times
Raising their family and making the most of the adaptability of the layout, decades have flown for Joyce and Paul Martin in their elegant period home. It is nearly thirty years since Joyce and Paul bought Time House in Louth as their family home. Formerly known as Fairholme, the property had been used as boarding Read more…
Steffie Shields meets snowdrop expert Jackie Murray. No need to diet to shed those extra festive pounds; burn off those calories with a walk on the wild side. Nature offers a perfect escape, as snowdrifts of pristine ‘milk-flowers’ (translated from galanthus) miraculously push up through frozen ground in the woods. February is perfect for practising Read more…
The magic of Majolica
British ceramic manufacture in the 19th century was diverse in its technique, style, application and appeal. One of the leading innovations through the Staffordshire region was to create their own version of Italian Maiolica, which was prevalent from the fifteenth century. Although very little was replicated by way of istoriato, the pieces were more of Read more…
Dickie Arbiter, formerly the Queen’s Press Secretary was the guest speaker at the Lincolnshire Magistrates’ Annual Dinner, which was held at Norton Lodge, Norton Disney. Guests included Mr Toby Dennis, Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire and Mrs Jill Hughes, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire.