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Discovering Repton

Discovering Repton

Homes & Gardens - 1st March

Steffie Shields discusses the Bicentenary of Humphry Repton, the eighteenth-century landscape gardener who continues to enrich the lives of every gardener inspired by the gardens of the past.

Shoot clay for charity

Shoot clay for charity

The Gun Room - 1st March

Last spring I travelled to the beautiful Nettleton Lodge clay shooting ground near Caistor, with my family in tow, to take part in the Grimsby Rotary Club’s inaugural charity clay shoot. The club, part of Rotary International, is a social club with a strong emphasis on fundraising, and ‘service above self’ is their motto.

Boston’s first Tower guardian

Boston’s first Tower guardian

People & Places - 1st March

Yeoman Warders – more commonly known as Beefeaters – have been guarding the Tower of London since Tudor times. Chris Clawson, from Lincolnshire, tells Kate Chapman what it means to be the latest to take on the iconic role.

The January Lincoln Art Sale

The January Lincoln Art Sale

Homes & Gardens - 1st March

William Gregory MRICS of Golding Young & Mawer brings you news from the sales room.

Equine award acknowledges dedication

Equine award acknowledges dedication

Equestrian - 1st March

At the prestigious British Grooms Awards 2017, which was sponsored for the third consecutive year by Haddon Training, it was Lincolnshire based freelance groom David Burton who won one of the five categories up for grabs: The Haddon Training Team GBR Pony, Junior and Young Rider Grooms Award.

A generous and private family home

A generous and private family home

Homes & Gardens - 1st March

Rochford House is an individual detached house set in two acres which boasts generous space and high specification facilities – ideal for a growing family, explains Caroline Bingham.

Riders with ‘Blood on Board’

Riders with ‘Blood on Board’

People & Places - 1st March

Caroline Bingham talks to Paul Bagwell, chairman of LEBBS, the Lincolnshire Emergency Blood Bikes Service.

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