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City is powerhouse of commercial activity

City is powerhouse of commercial activity

Talk of the Town - 20th October

Lincoln is a city that refuses to stand still and its movers and shakers are determined to get it better known by the wider world, as Glynis Fox finds.

New memorial for 2020 anniversaries

New memorial for 2020 anniversaries

The Arts - 20th October

On 8th November a beautiful new installation of hand-crafted ceramic poppies will be unveiled at the International Bomber Command Centre, Lincoln. Caroline Bingham visited The Little Pottery Studio to join a group creating their clay blooms.

Hired or fired?

Hired or fired?

People & Places - 20th October

She spends her working life battling it out in the boardroom, but Stamford businesswoman Marianne Rawlins tells Kate Chapman she is hoping she can secure her best deal yet – by winning The Apprentice 2019.

Water skiing is in his blood

Water skiing is in his blood

People & Places - 20th October

He was just two years old when he took up the sport and now Robert Hazelwood has his sights firmly set on becoming a world champion, Kate Chapman reports.

Win Christmas with Oldrids & Downtown

Win Christmas with Oldrids & Downtown

Competitions - 17th October

Transform your Christmas with a visit to Oldrids in Boston and Scunthorpe and Downtown in Boston, and just off the A1 in Grantham.

The Halloween harvest

The Halloween harvest

Homes & Gardens - 6th October

Pumpkins are one of the iconic fruits of harvest and of autumn. Lincolnshire Life visited Bell Brothers of Benington, Boston, one of the largest commercial growers in the county.

Raising support for wall repairs

Raising support for wall repairs

Business Life - 3rd October

There are ongoing efforts in Horncastle to transform areas of land for the benefit of the whole community and bring the town’s rich past to new life, as Kate Chapman finds.

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