Katy Hurst – remember the name, as she is going places in eventing. Actually, to be fair she has already arrived at the point wheh she is in serious contention for a place in the GB team going to next year’s European Championship in Austria and has been receiving extra training to play a part in defending the title currently held by Britain.
Lincolnshire artists featured well at Golding Young and Mawer’s recent specialist art auction held at The Lincoln Auction Rooms, Portland Street, Lincoln.
Welcome to the merry month of May, with a whole lot of shooting going on and something of special interest to the ladies. It is quite nice to see that more and more ladies are involved with shooting, or are interested in taking part. The only snag is that so many ladies have such a good eye for a target that quite a few male shooters are running out of excuses for coming second!
High on the gable of a building in Rasen Lane, Lincoln, is a terracotta plaque. At such a height it is difficult to appreciate the detail but the profile head of Queen Victoria and the date 1897 on a scroll above reveal this to be a Jubilee memorial plaque for our first Diamond Queen.
Lincoln is bucking the national trend and remains a lively shopping and leisure destination, thanks to having fewer empty shops than many other UK towns and cities.
A taste of Lincolnshire’s heritage is being enjoyed by ale lovers up and down the country, thanks to one man who has launched his own microbrewery.
As the UK comes under the spotlight this summer, Barbour celebrates with a range of special products that exude the ‘Best of British.’ Fresh and stylish, Barbour’s shapes and lightweight fabrics prove to be essential companions come rain or shine for a great British summer.
Steffie Shields recommends a visit to the Garden House at Saxby
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