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Motorcycling heroes

Motorcycling heroes

History - 1st May

Austin Munks and Freddie Frith were both at the very top of their chosen sport of motorcycle racing either side of World War Two.

In praise of blue

In praise of blue

Homes & Gardens - 1st May

Steffie Shields ponders the power of blue in our May gardens.

Shooting Times - May 2014

Shooting Times - May 2014

The Gun Room - 1st May

The Gunroom provides the best platform for all shooting pursuits - Send us your news on editorial@lincolnshirelife.co.uk

Open-top tour welcomes medal winner home

Open-top tour welcomes medal winner home

People & Places - 1st May

During this year’s Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, the nation’s attention turned to Lincolnshire’s Jade Etherington, a visually impaired alpine skier with a strong ambition to reach the podium after a year of setbacks.

The Lincolnshire Coast

The Lincolnshire Coast

History - 1st May

The Lincolnshire seaside, stretching more than fifty miles from the Humber to the Wash, evokes very fond memories for many of us.

Period charm in a village location

Period charm in a village location

Homes & Gardens - 1st May

When Bob and Sheila Lawrence found The Beeches at North Kelsey, it was in a neglected state, having remained untouched for ten years.

The missing brewery trays

The missing brewery trays

History - 1st May

For over thirty years Richard Percival has been collecting old British brewery memorabilia including pre-war ashtrays, ceramic coasters, matchstrikers, jugs, bells, mirrors, showcards and menu holders. His main passion, however, is his extensive collection of British brewery trays or ‘waiter trays’ to give them their correct title.

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