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Gateway to growth

Gateway to growth

Business Life - 1st June

Newark faces both a challenging and exciting future after Government inspectors gave the green light to a ‘blueprint’ for the area’s development over the next fifteen years.

Dig for history

Dig for history

History - 1st June

Unlock the secrets of Lincolnshire’s past on an exciting archaeological dig this summer

Shooting Times - June 2011

Shooting Times - June 2011

The Gun Room - 1st June

What links May and June? National Shooting Week which starts at the end of one month and shoots into the next. In fact, it is just over a week and a time when many local clubs and organisations hope to see new faces carefully picking up a gun for the first time. We are also nearer than ever to the 2012 Olympics and we have some local hope for a medal or two. Read on for more details and don’t forget to let us have news of your competition results.

Cool in neutral

Cool in neutral

Fashion - 1st June

Stone, sand, putty -  this season’s neutrals are every natural colour but beige.

New name for heritage practice

New name for heritage practice

Business Life - 1st June

From this month, architects and surveyors, Glew + Smith have relocated their offices to Louth and rebranded the company as GMS Architecture

Equestrian Life - June 2011

Equestrian Life - June 2011

Equestrian - 1st June

So, here we are again. It’s Lincolnshire Show month and each year we think it cannot get any better and yet it surprises us every time. This year the riding and the showing classes promise to be tougher than ever so even being there and taking part is an honour in itself. In fact it is a privilege to have such a show on our doorstep - see you there… and let’s hope we leave the umbrellas in the car!

A tale of culture and trade

A tale of culture and trade

The Arts - 1st June

The term Renaissance is most commonly associated with the movement in culture, art and trade which originated in Florence during the late Middle Ages. However, a manor house in Lincolnshire has an important tale to tell about the role the county played in the less well known, Northern Renaissance, which has relevance for us today.

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