Since he was a small boy, watching the Battle of Britain from the roof of a garden shed, Ken Rush has loved aircraft. Now the Lincolnshire resident has had three paintings accepted for the Guild of Aviation Artists Paintings of the Year Exhibition at the Mall Gallery, London this month.
The County Show might be over for another year but the dust won’t be settling for some months yet and there is plenty going on again in July. It is great to see the year unfolding well for some of our young hopefuls, the up and coming talent that continues to fly the Lincolnshire flag high on the equestrian map. Perhaps we don’t always realise it but our county is held in great esteem in the horse world, something of which we can justifiably feel proud.
Grey is a perfect colour for the summer…
With many social events taking place through the summer it is vital to have that perfect dress.
Businesses in Grantham have found themselves caught up in major town redevelopments for the second time in a year, but they remain philosophical about the disruption and the effects it could have on trade.
David Robinson looks back at his long association with the College in teaching and governing.
Dam Busters by James Holland
Published by Bantam Press, £20
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Local authority budget constraints have taken quite a toll around the county and one of the early casualties was the Church Farm Museum in Skegness. Caroline Bingham went along to The Village, Church Farm as the trust, which now operates the centre, launched their second summer season.
With a rich heritage to celebrate, the close-knit villages of Heckington and East Heckington also have an equally exciting future ahead of them.
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