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Independent retailers are pride of the town

Independent retailers are pride of the town

Talk of the Town - 15th December

Historic Brigg may be well rooted in the past, but it is quite innovative when it comes to providing locals and visitors with a delightful mix of shopping and services, writes Glynis Fox.

Fusion of old and new

Fusion of old and new

The Arts - 15th December

“If I want something, I make it” – that’s the ethos of Lincolnshire engineer turned designer Mark Wilkinson, who tells Kate Chapman he is using his talents to transform items destined for the scrapheap into beautiful and functional homewares.

Celebrity chef shares her Christmas tips

Celebrity chef shares her Christmas tips

Food Heroes - 15th December

Chef, author, TV presenter, demonstrator and food campaigner Rachel Green has been nominated as Game Hero for the 2019 Eat Game Awards as well as a Lincolnshire Champion in the Lincolnshire Life, Taste of Excellence Awards 2019. Here, she shares some invaluable Christmas tips and a game recipe which is bound to ‘wow’ your guests.

The Cranwell Bloodhounds

The Cranwell Bloodhounds

Equestrian - 1st December

‘Hunting with bloodhounds is one of the best-kept secrets in the British countryside…’

Honda e

Honda e

Motors - 1st December

An urban commuter, the Honda e is powered by a water cooled lithium-ion 35.5 kWh battery, positioned centrally, resulting in a perfect 50:50 weight distribution.

Breathing new life  into older Defenders

Breathing new life into older Defenders

Motors - 1st December

Land Rover Classic is introducing a range of upgrades for older Defender models which deliver enhanced performance and on-road agility inspired by the exclusive limited edition Defender Works V8 – 70th Edition.

A true British icon

A true British icon

Motors - 1st December

The ‘MG’ brand, with its distinctive octagonal badge, was a modified line introduced in the 1920s by Morris Garages, who produced the Morris Oxford in the early 20th century.

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