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Stoke Rochford Hall, Stoke Rochford

Stoke Rochford Hall, Stoke Rochford

Dining Out - 1st November

Stoke Rochford Hall has one of the best approaches and frontages of any country house in Lincolnshire. Built in the 1840s by the land owning Turnor family, the long driveway leads to a beautiful ironwork screen and gates, through which is the forecourt of the main house.

Lincoln Castle Heritage Skills Centre

Lincoln Castle Heritage Skills Centre

People & Places - 1st November

After many centuries of turbulence it is not surprising that the time has arrived for major refurbishment of the Lincoln Castle walls – along with other parts of this unique historic building.

‘Tis the season

‘Tis the season

Fashion - 1st November

Now the weather has taken a turn, the trees are beginning to look bare and late night Christmas shopping is about to start, it can only mean Christmas parties are just around the corner.

Characters of old Lincolnshire

Characters of old Lincolnshire

History - 1st November

One of the first people to sell the Lincolnshire Echo on the streets of Lincoln when it first appeared in 1893 was John Banks Smith or ‘Cuckoo Smith’ as he was known.

Tradition serves smokehouse well

Tradition serves smokehouse well

Food Heroes - 1st November

It was a very early October morning when I left the comfort of Belleau Cottage and set off in the twilight to visit the hard working men at Russell Smokehouse in Grimsby. As the sun began its slow stretch up from its slumber and the sky began to lighten I realised that I was as giddy as a schoolboy at the prospect of the visit… you see, I simply love smoked fish!

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