As the festive celebrations die down and communities countrywide bid farewell to the old and welcome in the new, the towns people, are hoping that the successes of 2012 will help to ensure 2013 is prosperous.
Sixty years ago communities up and down the east coast of Lincolnshire were reeling from one of the worst peace-time disasters Britain had ever seen.
With the £6.5 million Red Lion Quarter on the brink of a new chapter in its short history and the potential redevelopment of the town’s Holland Market remaining a hot topic of conversation, there’s lots brewing in this South Lincolnshire town.
Communities up and down the country are adding the finishing touches to their Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and for the residents of the traditional Lincolnshire market town of Spilsby, it promises to be a spectacular weekend of fun and entertainment.
It’s an Olympic year of celebrations for the whole of the country, with the Queen’s Jubilee and the London 2012 Games to look forward to, but the festivities are taking on a whole new meaning for this South Lincolnshire town.