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It’s all white

It’s all white

Fashion - 1st April

Whether you’re spending a day at the beach, an afternoon shopping or an evening out with friends, white is a classic colour choice, offering a clean, elegant effect.

Profile and presence

Profile and presence

Business Life - 1st April

If you are seeking a destination which offers plenty of colour and variety in shopping and attractions, Newark is worth a closer look, writes Glynis Fox.

Brocklesby Hunt Point-to-Point

Brocklesby Hunt Point-to-Point

Equestrian - 1st April

Held at Brocklesby Park on Saturday 17th February 2018 by kind permission of the Earl of Yarborough.

The iconic British luxury sports car

The iconic British luxury sports car

Motors - 1st April

Aston Martin, the quintessentially British motor manufacturer, was founded over 100 years ago and since then has risen to iconic status as a symbol of style and luxury with a Royal Warrant to supply cars to the Prince of Wales.

On course for England squad

On course for England squad

People & Places - 1st April

He’s gained valuable experience on courses up and down the country as well as overseas and now teenage golfer Charles Petrie tells Kate Chapman about his ambition to gain a place in the national squad.

Lincoln Co-Op Travel

Lincoln Co-Op Travel

History - 1st April

Lincoln Co-operative first got involved in the travel trade in 1899 when it announced that it had started an agency for Cook’s Excursion Club to take members on personally conducted excursions to the Great Paris Exhibition of 1900. 

Charms of  the traditional

Charms of the traditional

Talk of the Town - 1st April

Lincolnshire is full of modern market towns that still give visitors a glimpse of a bygone age. Glynis Fox finds a community going from strength to strength in Market Rasen.

Gundogs on show

Gundogs on show

The Gun Room - 1st April

A unique opportunity to see more than 20 gundog breeds under one roof will be made available to visitors this summer, when the ever popular Sporting Dog Pavilion returns to The Game Fair.

A family remembers

A family remembers

History - 1st April

Flight Engineer Sergeant Syd Marshall, one of Lincolnshire’s ‘Bomber Boys’, sadly died in December 2017, just before the opening of the International Bomber Command Centre. His family talked to Penny Wainwright to share their father’s remarkable story.

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