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Jane Parker and Mark Goulden

Jane Parker and Mark Goulden

Weddings - 1st December

Jane Parker from Sudbrooke recently married Mark Goulden from Spalding. The ceremony and reception was held at Washingborough Hall Hotel. The couple had a short honeymoon in northern France and are looking forward to a longer celebration in Cape Town in the spring.

A Taste of Excellence

A Taste of Excellence

Food & Drink Awards - 1st December

Lincolnshire Life County Cuisine Awards
Young Chef of the Year 2012

Helen Burgess and Adam Savage

Helen Burgess and Adam Savage

Weddings - 1st December

Helen Burgess, from Boston and Adam Savage from Eckington, Sheffield were married at Boston Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses followed by a reception at South Kyme Village Hall. The couple honeymooned in Crete and will live in Sheffield.

Katie Empson and Adam Bonnett

Katie Empson and Adam Bonnett

Weddings - 1st December

Katie Empson and Adam Bonnett were married at Church of St Clement, Worlaby and held their reception at Hemswell Court. Katie’s dress was designed by Joanna Leigh Couture of Brigg.

Reconnecting people to the land

Reconnecting people to the land

People & Places - 1st December

Nature and the arts complement each other perfectly at Woodlands Organic Farm, where owner Andrew Dennis has created a beautiful rural oasis to help people connect with the countryside around them.

Raise a toast to Georgian glass

Raise a toast to Georgian glass

Homes & Gardens - 1st December

During the eighteenth century, glass was widely used in England for domestic purposes. The development of glass from ancient and Roman times was transformed by the invention of English lead crystal in the late seventeenth century. This new method improved the decorative appearance and made handling the glass in production easier.

Resort to reserve

Resort to reserve

Local Wildlife - 1st December

Freiston Shore, near Boston, has attracted visitors for centuries but their reasons for coming have changed significantly over the years.

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