Getting into the display ‘bubble’ with Red 4, Flight Lieutenant Matt Masters.
Navy has always been a definitive colour in British fashion, for one simple reason: it is iconic.
Antiques and collectables belonging to one of the last members of Marshalls, the Gainsborough engineering family, were sold at auction in Lincoln last month.
Walk 6: Friday 4th–Saturday 5th August – more or less cloudless, Theddlethorpe to Mablethorpe.
The county’s association with military aviation began during WW1 and by the end of WW2 there were forty-nine active airfields in Lincolnshire. We invite you to tour some of these sites, visitor centres and museums which tell the stories of the squadrons and their crews.
In February this year The Times reported on a manuscript that had been received unexpectedly by the publishing firm Hodder and Stoughton. The sender of the brown paper package was ninety-year-old Frank White, a Marshchapel based writer whose previous novel for the Hodder imprint had appeared fifty-three years previously.
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.
As Lincoln continues to mark more significant anniversaries connected with its medieval past, this year’s week-long Lincoln Book Festival (25th–30th September) is putting history at its heart.
This month I headed to the Wolds to visit The Little Rose Tearoom in Louth.
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.
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