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Put on your dancing shoes

Put on your dancing shoes

People & Places - 1st November

Do you think dancing is just for the young, fit and mobile? Then think again. The not-for-profit organisation Lincolnshire Dance has been challenging this kind of stereotype for years, gradually making dance more accessible to everybody in the county.

Suits you

Suits you

Fashion - 1st November

A staple part of any wardrobe is a suit.

Shooting Times - November 2011

Shooting Times - November 2011

The Gun Room - 1st November

It is November already and the autumn is slowly giving way to winter. The shops are reminding us how many days are left before Christmas - yes really! So, time to start dropping hints about what you want as a festive gift. You might want to start a collection of antique guns and that’s where our new feature might help. Our expert, Bill Elderkin, really knows his subject so take a tip from him if you want to get serious about guns from the past - or the present.

A house with a view

A house with a view

Homes & Gardens - 1st November

Nestled in the heart of uphill Lincoln, Ventnor House is a property with a lovingly documented history and an owner who believes her time there was ‘meant to be’.

Audi Q3 is on the money

Audi Q3 is on the money

Motors - 1st November

The new Audi Q3 SUV, starting from £24,560 OTR, has arrived…

For the third Q-model in the series, the Q3 will have the distinction of being the first Audi SUV to offer the efficiency-focused option of a 54.3mpg front-wheel-drive variant.

Sipping something special

Sipping something special

Food Heroes - 1st November

There are around 500 vineyards in England and Wales today producing wine but only two of them commercially in Lincolnshire. Caroline Bingham went to meet the people who are pioneering this industry in the county.

Saving the woodland which could save us

Saving the woodland which could save us

Local Wildlife - 1st November

Folklore, food and shelter of the common man could be found among the birch and oak of thirteenth-century British woodland.

Lincolnshire locals return

Lincolnshire locals return

Local Wildlife - 1st November

At the end of each year hundreds of locals born in Lincolnshire return to the coastline. But it’s not humans desperate for a cold swim: it’s the Atlantic grey seal.

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