When asked what they love about alpacas Leslie and Elaine Reetham, almost in unison, said: “They are very calming and they never hesitate to make us smile.”
In the latter years of the nineteenth century a young Lincolnshire girl began collecting Christmas and New Year cards. Each year, as greetings from friends and family rolled in to her Coningsby home, Kate Babington carefully stored the cards away, until she had a collection of some seventy or more.
When Kathryn Flear was a little girl, she wrote a letter about the things she hoped for when she was older.
The Vauxhall Mokka mixes functionality with a comfortable elevated seating position. It is the Griffin-badged company’s answer to the Nissan Juke or the Skoda Yeti.
To the rest of us an anvil is an anvil is an anvil, but to Mike Chatterton, blacksmith and farrier of Scawby, different anvils have different characteristics.
Steffie Shields talks to Mrs Rosemary McCorquodale at Little Ponton Hall, south of Grantham.
Brilliant sunshine and many famous faces came out to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Bourne based British Racing Motors (BRM) winning the Formula 1 World Championships with racing legend Graham Hill at the wheel. Graham’s World Champion motor racing son, Damon Hill, drove his father’s winning BRM P578/1 through the crowd lined streets of Bourne while other famous faces from the world of motor racing joined the parade of vintage Formula 1 vehicles.
Although his name may not be on everyone’s lips, to many Sir Joseph Nickerson was one of the most important Lincolnshire personalities of the twentieth century.
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