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My mobile rang: “Can you come out to Market Rasen right now and bring your camera?” Those few words were to herald a quite interesting historical experience for me and Mike O’Bee, local amateur archaeologist and expert in Lincolnshire Celtic history.
At a time when you might think it more economically sound to invest in magic beans than set up a new and used bookshop in the city of Lincoln, Guy Wilgress is intent on bucking recent trends, offering not only an alternative place to buy interesting books but also a space for poetry readings and other live events.
Ruskington is one of the largest villages in Lincolnshire and can boast a thriving community, a picturesque environment and a fascinating history.
Very little is really known about bats, yet these little mammals seem to have developed quite a reputation – unfortunately for all the wrong reasons.
Horncastle is well known far and wide as the ‘antiques capital of Lincolnshire’ but, as a traditional market town nestled between the River Bain and the River Waring, it is also a gateway to the Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Already regarded as a Fenland treasure, the south Lincolnshire town of Spalding is set to be at the heart of the new ‘Kitchen of England’.
We live in an age when it is possible to enjoy not just first careers but a second, or more, and three ladies from Lincolnshire have found friendship goes hand in hand with entrepreneurship.
Steffie Shields reveals a new theory about Capability Brown’s work at Burghley.
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