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The sign of the Crowne

The sign of the Crowne

History - 1st May

Ye Olde Crowne public house in Lincoln is a familiar feature of the city centre, and has a fascinating history that illustrates the influence one property can have on a street, and how fascinating the investigation of a building’s history can be.

Perfect for a country life

Perfect for a country life

Homes & Gardens - 1st May

Tucked away in a fold of the Lincolnshire Wolds, the Grade II listed Psalter Farm at Skendleby Psalter was perfectly located for Dawn and Jan Smith.

A man who thinks of the words

A man who thinks of the words

The Arts - 1st May

Caroline Bingham visited artist and craftsman, John Shaw at his Market Rasen workshop to learn more about the art of lettering and design.

A tale of pale

A tale of pale

Fashion - 1st May

Choose a sophisticated pale palette which will prove to be not just interesting, but versatile too!

The Houblon Inn, Oasby

The Houblon Inn, Oasby

Dining Out - 1st May

It has been fantastic to visit another Lincolnshire pub that has been reopened after a period of several months closure and it is canny professionals of the hospitality trade who are recognising the prime locations.

Planning to retire on a medal high

Planning to retire on a medal high

People & Places - 1st May

Few twenty-five-year-olds are blessed with the sort of drive and clarity of vision to have even identified their lifetime’s ambition at such a tender age. Fewer still are able to contemplate retirement, satisfied with the achievements of a stellar, decade-long career.

Town’s Roman roots

Town’s Roman roots

History - 1st May

The Lincolnshire Wolds town of Caistor has probably been an inhabited place for at least 7,000 years and there is evidence of continuous occupation since the first century AD. Caistor was a fortified town in Roman times and was the site of a Roman camp; many vestiges of Roman occupation can still be found in the town. The Roman road, Ermine Street, passes nearby and another important road is the ancient High Street, which runs from Caistor to Horncastle.

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