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Thousands turn out to Osberton Horse Trials

Thousands turn out to Osberton Horse Trials

Equestrian - 1st November

The rain stayed (mostly) away, but the crowds didn’t, as thousands turned out to enjoy Osberton Horse Trials in Nottinghamshire, the last international event of the year.

Illuminate the Pilgrim past

Illuminate the Pilgrim past

History - 1st November

Stephen Wade meets Anna Scott to learn about the Illuminate celebrations taking place this month in Gainsborough.

Town gets into shape

Town gets into shape

Business Life - 1st November

With a brand new leisure facility under construction and long standing businesses and venues continuing to attract visitors, Melanie Burton finds Market Rasen full of activity in the lead-up to the festive season.

The perfect spaniel

The perfect spaniel

People & Places - 1st November

The companionship of dogs has always been important to Natalia Ashton. Now she’s drawn on her 30 years’ experience of living with and raising them to write a book dedicated to her favourite breed. Interview by Kate Chapman

An eatery for all seasons

An eatery for all seasons

Dining Out - 1st November

With a choice of à la carte or bar bites menus, Caroline Bingham was in a quandary when she visited The Pig and Whistle gastropub, in north Lincolnshire.

Bull Running in Stamford

Bull Running in Stamford

History - 1st November

Many English villages, towns and cities have quirky traditions going back centuries and an activity known as ‘bull running’ in Stamford, Lincolnshire, certainly fits that description, writes Alan Middleton.

A studio to call her own

A studio to call her own

The Arts - 1st November

Sculptor, potter and ceramic artist Donnas Peterson tells Kate Chapman she has always been passionate about artwork and making things and she’s delighted with her latest creation – her very own independent pottery studio in Grimsby.

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