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Gracious, family living  in a Georgian Rectory

Gracious, family living in a Georgian Rectory

Homes & Gardens - 1st July

If you are looking for a heritage property which will encapsulate your dream of a spacious and elegant family home, make viewing The Old Rectory in Branston a priority.

Be creative with containers

Be creative with containers

Homes & Gardens - 1st July

Bell’s Gardening Outlet has announced the opening of its new displays of pots, troughs and containers.

Railway posters

Railway posters

Homes & Gardens - 1st July

By William Gregory MRICS, Golding Young and Mawer.

£25,000 raised towards Lancaster Bomber sculpture

£25,000 raised towards Lancaster Bomber sculpture

Social Life - 1st July

Hemswell Court hosted a fundraising dinner to help towards the £120,000 needed to bring a life-size Lancaster Bomber landmark to life on the Lincolnshire-Nottinghamshire border.

Summer dining at The Queen’s Head

Summer dining at The Queen’s Head

Dining Out - 1st July

This month Katrina Burrill and guests visited The Queen’s Head at Kirkby la Thorpe to enjoy some traditional flavours prepared with real creative flair.

Super size success

Super size success

People & Places - 1st July

Record-breaking vegetable grower Bernard Lavery speaks with Kate Chapman about breeding prize-winning seeds and helping a sheikh realise his dream.

Making the  most of city life

Making the most of city life

Business Life - 1st July

Lincoln is regarded as one of England’s most vibrant and historic cities. Glynis Fox finds it brimming with life and continuously adapting to an ever changing economic and social landscape.

Making a splash!

Making a splash!

Homes & Gardens - 1st July

Steffie Shield meets Peter Eustance, director of Symphonic Gardens.

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