The Honda Civic is one of those Japanese brands that has never faded away or changed into anything else, and it’s remarkable to think it’s been on our roads since 1972.
When her husband’s job took her family to America for two years Liz Drury never dreamt she’d be returning to Lincolnshire with a new career as a voiceover artist.
Steffie Shields explores gateways, garden ornaments and the new ‘Layers of Landscape’ Project.
The earliest reference to horse racing in Lincoln appears in the Register of Acts of Lincoln Corporation dated February 1597, which reads ‘the Mayor’s charges for a scaffold at the horse race to be allowed’.
Shooting recently with Richard Gray at Scrivelsby with a team I had not met, as usual people enjoy showing me their various guns. One in particular was a Robert Churchill with 25” barrels, a self-opening premier model being used at the end of the season with 32 grams and 5 shot to some effect. Note the fine detailing and fancy back action, imagine how difficult this gun was to stock!
The nineteenth-century nursing chair is one of the more regular inclusions within Collective Auction sales. It must be a reflection of its importance and popularity within its age that so many were produced, and still survive today.
The quintessential thriving market town is doing its best to shake off the “antiques capital of Lincolnshire” label that it has earned over the years and show that there is more to it than collectibles.
Previous experience of renovation projects in the Cotswolds gave Lynn and John Hatch the confidence to take on a handsome but dilapidated period property in Binbrook.
A former Royal Ascot winner has been transformed into a successful para-dressage horse under the tutelage of Lincolnshire rider Julie Frizzell, who now hopes the pair can go on to compete at international level together.
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