Katherine Willoughby is today little known beyond the confines of history books, but was one of the most remarkable – and interesting – women of the Tudor period.
Most of Lincolnshire is only a few metres above sea level and river flooding is only prevented by drainage.
David Robinson looks back at his long association with the College in teaching and governing.
An incredible archive of documents, photographs and films revealing in exquisite detail the prominent role Lincolnshire played in Britain’s industrial revolution has been preserved.
Drive to Crowland Abbey along the lonely fen roads on a misty December afternoon as the dusk is falling and you feel as though you are driving into the past, when the world seemed to consist only of water and sky; where small, isolated communities clung to muddy islands that raised themselves a few feet out of the undrained fens.