It’s 80 years since the first Butlin’s holiday camp opened its doors on the east Lincolnshire coast. We look back at the life of Billy Butlin and the legacy he left.
I had always heard stories about Boston’s links with the Hanseatic League but did not know a lot about it, so when I heard that Boston had joined the New Hanse I thought it was a perfect opportunity to find out more.
In the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries the Lincolnshire coast was a major hotbed for smuggling in Britain.
We take a nostalgic look at the careers of Denis Follows and Graham Taylor.
There had been several proposals for railways along the Witham Valley, all coming to nothing, but eventually one did get the go-ahead.