Katrina Burrill visits The Queen’s Head Inn in Kirkby La Thorpe.
The importance of Chinese porcelain is hard to overstate. Admired and imitated for more than 1,000 years, it has influenced virtually every ceramic tradition in the world, and it has played a crucial role in cross-cultural exchanges.
Grimsby’s fishing heritage stretches back over 1,000 years to the time when its founder, a fisherman by the name of Grim, was dispatched from Denmark with orders to murder, by drowning, the young Prince Havelock.
Shirt Sleeves of Middlegate, Newark recently held its Winter Fashion Show at the award-winning Café Bleu Restaurant.
In 1937 a Miss Charlotte Mary Epton, schoolmistress in North Willingham, loaned an early 18th century mantua style dress to the Usher Art Gallery, Lincoln, for inclusion in their Coronation Exhibition.
Simpson’s Spa at Branston Hall held a highly successful Christmas preview open day, where new and regular customers were able to experience a mini spa treatment and find inspiration for Christmas gifts.
Breakfast on the Patio by Sheila Anne Douthwaite
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