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A quartet of ‘deep places’

A quartet of ‘deep places’

Down Your Way - 1st November

The south Lincolnshire towns and villages which make up the Deepings are fast growing places all with their own identities. However, the one thing they have in common is their caring, big-hearted communities.

Making a difference to changed lives

Making a difference to changed lives

People & Places - 1st November

Thousands of pounds raised in Lincolnshire by a forces charity has helped to ease the physical and emotional suffering of personnel who have served at the sharp end of world conflicts.

Oliver Townend wins Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials

Oliver Townend wins Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials

Equestrian - 1st November

In the words of Land Rover Burghley’s event director, Elizabeth Inman: “It’s been a wonderful four days of sport. So many people put so much work into making this event such a success and we are indebted to Land Rover for its continued support.

The cat’s whiskers

The cat’s whiskers

Motors - 1st November

Woldside Classic and Sports Car in Louth is the place to be this autumn if you love Jaguars.

Lincoln optician’s ‘first’ for city and UK

Lincoln optician’s ‘first’ for city and UK

Company Celebrations - 1st November

Award-winning Saltergate based optometrist Martin Smith Opticians is continuing to lead the way in optical clinical services and diagnostics by being the first practice in the UK to introduce the Paskal 3D Sight Testing system.

Jim Broadbent  – still enjoying new roles

Jim Broadbent – still enjoying new roles

The Arts - 1st November

The next film that the internationally acclaimed Oscar-winning film star Jim Broadbent will appear in is Night in Hatton Garden, due for release in 2018.

Belton House and ‘Moondial’

Belton House and ‘Moondial’

Books - 1st November

Moondial, a children’s book written by Helen Cresswell, was jointly published in October 1987 by Faber and Faber and the National Trust. The story is set in 1985 Belton village and at Belton House.

A garden school on home turf

A garden school on home turf

Homes & Gardens - 1st November

Steffie Shields explores TV garden designer Adam Frost’s ‘edible garden’.

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