The work of poet and broadcaster Sir John Betjeman reflects a lifelong fondness for Lincolnshire, finds Alan Middleton.
Alan Middleton considers some of the key features and events that have shaped this delightful market town.
Penny Wainwright looks into the history of the World War Two airfield outside the village of Ingham, between Lincoln and Gainsborough.
The first known settlement in Lincoln, dating back to the 1st century BC, was around the Brayford Pool area and this is how Lincoln derived its original name, Lindon – ‘Lin’ meaning pool and ‘Don’ meaning at the foot of the hill. Alan Middleton charts its history.
Lincolnshire is home to many stunning and fascinating historical buildings and like many English counties it has a varied and rich cache of quaint and quirky dovecotes and pigeon houses. Alan Whitworth looks at their history.