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One hundred churches honour WWI and RAF

One hundred churches honour WWI and RAF

People & Places - 1st May

Firmly fixed on Lincolnshire’s tourism calendar for over 20 years, the West Lindsey Churches Festival reaches a major milestone this May with a record 100 churches taking part.

The Sunbeam Tiger

The Sunbeam Tiger

Motors - 1st May

A British V8 classic high-performance roadster designed in part by Carroll Shelby.

Darling buds

Darling buds

Homes & Gardens - 1st May

Steffie Shields suggests taking a closer look as gardens and countryside blossom in earnest.

Belton International Horse Trial results

Belton International Horse Trial results

Equestrian - 1st May

The 2018 Belton International Horse Trials concluded with an emotional and somewhat surprising win. Thousands of spectators had flocked to Belton House to watch many of the best event riders and horses in the world perform, and the standard of competition was as high as ever.

Award-winning eye care

Award-winning eye care

Business Life - 1st May

Martin Smith Opticians, the award-winning independent practice in the heart of Lincoln, has had an inspired start to 2018.

Simply Land Rover

Simply Land Rover

Motors - 1st May

Rummage and off-road at Beaulieu for Land Rover anniversary.

Shed those fears and step inside

Shed those fears and step inside

People & Places - 1st May

A project to counter the effects of isolation in the community is marking its third year. But as Caroline Bingham learns, Louth Men’s Shed is part of a wider scheme to encourage chaps to share their skills and make new friends.

A place for a growing family

A place for a growing family

Homes & Gardens - 1st May

When Steph and Tom Thorne decided to move out of London, they longed to find a friendly community in which to bring up their young family. As they tell Sarah Winstanley, Lincolnshire offered just the place.

£5,000 prize fund for farriery competition

£5,000 prize fund for farriery competition

Equestrian - 1st May

As part of The Game Fair’s 60th anniversary celebrations, an amazing £5,000 prize fund is being put up for this year’s international farriery competition.

Felt creations have real resonance

Felt creations have real resonance

The Arts - 1st May

When Cindy-Lou Thompson taught herself to needle felt she had no idea her creations would prove so popular with dog owners seeking a lasting memorial. Kate Chapman discovers how a pastime has turned into a business.

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