A grand day out for all the family is promised in Heckington later this month, when the village opens its doors to the rest of the county and beyond for its 144th annual show.
If the character of a place was defined by its place in ‘big history’ then Metheringham – known as ‘Meg’ locally – would be forever labelled the place where the RAF 5 Group, Bomber Command, was established in 1942.
With an illustrious past boasting links to Dick Turpin and lost treasure, Long Sutton is a thriving market town with designs on the future.
Reyna Drover has visited Billinghay to discover the secret of the village’s enduring sense of identity.
Feel the history – in brick and stone. Navenby, just eight miles south of Lincoln, could be overlooked on a map, but so much has being going on recently in this former Victorian market town that the story of the settlement and its people is quietly but insistently attracting interest.