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Greetwell Hollow and Old Quarry

Greetwell Hollow and Old Quarry

Local Wildlife - 1st April

This is the second in a short series of articles aimed at highlighting some of the beautiful areas around Lincoln that remain relatively unknown to the majority of people.

Characters of old Lincolnshire

Characters of old Lincolnshire

History - 1st November

One of the first people to sell the Lincolnshire Echo on the streets of Lincoln when it first appeared in 1893 was John Banks Smith or ‘Cuckoo Smith’ as he was known.

Grimsthorpe Castle and Nancy Astor

Grimsthorpe Castle and Nancy Astor

History - 1st January

“Jakie, is it my birthday, or am I dying?” So asked US-born British politician Nancy, Viscountess Astor of her son on 2nd May 1964. His reply to these, the last words she ever spoke, was, “A bit of both, Mum.”

Sir Joseph Nickerson

Sir Joseph Nickerson

History - 1st December

Although his name may not be on everyone’s lips, to many Sir Joseph Nickerson was one of the most important Lincolnshire personalities of the twentieth century.

A job for all seasons

A job for all seasons

People & Places - 1st March

Several members of the workforce that helps with the smooth running of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials come from the Burghley Estate itself.

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