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Specialist bookseller celebrates 10 years online

Specialist bookseller celebrates 10 years online

Books - 26th September

Offering more than 300 titles covering the history and culture of Lincolnshire, the web based bookseller Kay Books is about to celebrate 10 years of selling local history across the globe – but the roots of the business within the county reach back over 40 years.

Crucial coats

Crucial coats

Fashion - 26th September

Coats are a necessity throughout the British winter, but have you ever considered your coat as an accessory?

The Stag, Barkston

The Stag, Barkston

Dining Out - 26th September

Carla Watt visited The Stag at Barkston to enjoy the fine food and hospitality offered by the Loveridge family.

Have a hoot, try a clay shoot

Have a hoot, try a clay shoot

The Gun Room - 1st September

Ladies, have you ever found yourself thinking you’d really like to give something a go, but are given the impression that it’s for men only and you might not be excepted – perhaps even made to feel out of place? Try giving clay shooting a go!

Equestrian property within easy reach of city

Equestrian property within easy reach of city

Homes & Gardens - 1st September

Ashfield is a unique six bedroomed detached family home situated just on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Heighington, approximately five miles south of Lincoln and within close proximity to the city centre.

David Robinson OBE 1927-2017

David Robinson OBE 1927-2017

People & Places - 1st September

There are several of us at Lincolnshire Life, myself included, who have completed two or three decades of service with the magazine. All of us, though, hold in awe and are never likely to match the contribution made by David Robinson who, we were sad to learn, passed away last month aged 89.

Town is southern belle

Town is southern belle

Business Life - 1st September

The bustling market town of Spalding is looked upon as the heart of Fenland Lincolnshire and with a wealth of tourist attractions, shops and diverse businesses, it has much to offer not only visitors and shoppers but its own residents as well.

Spacious contrasts of chapel and contemporary

Spacious contrasts of chapel and contemporary

Homes & Gardens - 1st September

When builder Mark Jackson was working on a development of new homes at Bassingham, near Lincoln, he couldn’t help notice the redundant chapel opposite.

‘Pops’ of colour

‘Pops’ of colour

Homes & Gardens - 1st September

Steffie Shields highlights striking autumn-flowering bulbs.

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