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The Cardinal’s Hat

The Cardinal’s Hat

History - 1st June

In this issue Alan Middleton takes a look at the building that became known as The Cardinal’s Hat, a three-storey, half-timbered structure near to the top of the High Street in Lincoln at the junction with Grantham Street.

Life in Victorian Lincolnshire

Life in Victorian Lincolnshire

History - 1st May

In this issue Alan Middleton takes a look at Victorian Lincoln and Lincolnshire in the middle of the 19th century. Although the working classes have not yet secured the vote, they are very gradually at least starting to be noticed, having been invisible for centuries…

Lincoln Co-Op Travel

Lincoln Co-Op Travel

History - 1st April

Lincoln Co-operative first got involved in the travel trade in 1899 when it announced that it had started an agency for Cook’s Excursion Club to take members on personally conducted excursions to the Great Paris Exhibition of 1900. 

A family remembers

A family remembers

History - 1st April

Flight Engineer Sergeant Syd Marshall, one of Lincolnshire’s ‘Bomber Boys’, sadly died in December 2017, just before the opening of the International Bomber Command Centre. His family talked to Penny Wainwright to share their father’s remarkable story.

Lost Lincoln Pubs

Lost Lincoln Pubs

History - 1st March

The Horse and Jockey Inn on Guildhall Street, established around 1828, was demolished together with other adjacent property in 1901, to make way for the erection of the General Post Office five years later. It is one of many public houses from Lincoln’s past now largely forgotten…

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