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Explorer draws visitors

Explorer draws visitors

Talk of the Town - 1st March

The historic rural market town of Spilsby, just a few miles from the Lincolnshire coast, is well known as the birthplace of Sir John Franklin, the famous Arctic explorer.

New sporting facilities will soon be here

New sporting facilities will soon be here

People & Places - 1st March

It may have been several years in the planning but it should only be a few months before the new sports facilities at New College Stamford are complete and Stamford’s football team, The Daniels, play at their new home.

Champion builder of boundaries

Champion builder of boundaries

People & Places - 1st March

“Dry stone walls have excellent acoustic properties,” explained Andy Craig, a Lincolnshire based dry stone waller, as he showed off a recent project in the cliff village of Fulbeck.

Chic and calm country farmhouse

Chic and calm country farmhouse

Homes & Gardens - 1st March

When Steve and Sally Richards moved to Lincolnshire from Cheshire ten years ago, they embarked on an extensive search to find their ideal home.

Happy birthday Lincs FM

Happy birthday Lincs FM

People & Places - 1st March

Parts of Lincolnshire and Newark are turning purple and green this month as Lincs FM – with its familiar eyecatching logo – celebrates its twenty-second birthday.

Hot metal

Hot metal

Fashion - 1st March

Shimmer and shine this summer with a choice of lamé looks, slinky silvers and glossy greys.

Draining the Fens

Draining the Fens

History - 1st March

Most of Lincolnshire is only a few metres above sea level and river flooding is only prevented by drainage.

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