Caroline Bingham visited artist, James Gillick’s studio in Louth to see where he creates his strong, simple and beautifully crafted paintings.
Taking his seat at the newly opened Reform Restaurant has left Jez Ashberry in no doubt he will be returning.
Incredibly, the recent discovery of what appears to be the only full body portrait of Vincent van Gogh in existence, drawn by artist Jeanne Donnadieu and entitled ‘L’Incompris’ (The Misunderstood) has managed to find its way into the Usher Gallery, Lincoln.
From theatre footlights to feet of a totally different kind, Annette Foley-Craigen’s story has taken her from Wales to Scotland via London and finally to Lincolnshire where for the past twenty-one years she has run her own independent beauty company.
More, more, more…. That’s the message from the organisers of this year’s Lincolnshire Show, the County’s big day out. The two-day event is overflowing with attractions for the whole family and organisers promise that it will be even bigger and better than ever.
Bold and striking patterns in bright colours feature in many of the collections this summer.
After arriving in the top sixteen tennis players in Britain, Lincolnshire’s Jade Windley fancies a crack at Wimbledon.
In 1614, our old friend, Captain John Smith, from Willoughby, Alford, discovered and mapped the coastal regions of Maine and Massachusetts in the North Eastern corner of what is now the USA. He named the area New England and the river the Charles River, after King Charles 1 of England. He declared that he had found “a paradise”.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Myers Café Tea Room. Founded on the same traditional values that the family have applied to their well known bakery business for the last forty years, the tea room in Horncastle has become a popular rendezvous for customers of all ages and backgrounds.
Steffie Shields recommends a visit to Aubourn Hall Gardens
The low-lying area surrounding Aubourn village, nestling in the valley formed by the River Witham southwest of Lincoln wending eastwards to the Wash, is a prime candidate for flooding.
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