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Finding the right words

Finding the right words

Books - 1st September

Phil Cosker is a writer based in Waddington. At the end of January this year he was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer. When Covid-19 arrived he was shielded and his chemotherapy was stopped because of the risks of having a damaged immune system with the virus at large. He was plotting his latest novel Tassa, the sequel to The Smoke, when this all happened. Phil decided on a different creative project.

The craft of moving forward

The craft of moving forward

Down Your Way - 1st September

Heritage attractions and an enthusiastic community of craftspeople have helped to put Alford on the map – and they will be key to helping it overcome the effects of the recent pandemic.

Ancient nutrition know-how

Ancient nutrition know-how

Food Heroes - 1st September

Restrictions at the supermarkets during the pandemic have had a positive knock-on effect for independent local suppliers and inspired many of us to become more self-sufficient. Nikki Bawn of Boggle Lane Foods explains how to make the most of the natural
resources around you.

Celebrating Lincolnshire’s food, drink and hospitality businesses in 2020

Celebrating Lincolnshire’s food, drink and hospitality businesses in 2020

Food & Drink Awards - 1st September

Lincolnshire Life has held our annual ‘Taste of Excellence’ Awards for more than 20 years. Understandably, this year, we have had to adapt how we champion and highlight the region’s food, drink and hospitality sectors but we still want to celebrate the fantastic businesses on our doorstep.

New season’s fashion on trend

New season’s fashion on trend

Fashion - 1st September

A friendly personal service is on hand at Cindy’s Fashions, where clients can choose from an unrivalled collection of hand-picked smart casual, office and special occasion wear from leading designers including Marble, Eugen Klein, Lebek, Doris Streich and Dolcezza, teamed with a wide range of accessories.

Supple September!

Supple September!

Food Heroes - 1st September

Personal trainer (and former chef) Ian Eassom shares his tips on staying fit and healthy, with the occasional treat…

Sir Malcolm Sargent

Sir Malcolm Sargent

History - 1st September

When Agnes Sargent, a matron at Stamford High School and her husband Henry, a coal merchant in Stamford, discovered that Agnes was expecting a baby, they naturally expected that their offspring would be born in Lincolnshire, a true Yellowbelly.

Traders’ tokens – Gainsborough and Grantham

Traders’ tokens – Gainsborough and Grantham

History - 1st September

Colin Smale continues to trace the history of 17th century traders’ tokens in Lincolnshire. Compared to everyday coinage, traders’ tokens are quite rare, as they were only in circulation from 1656 to 1672.

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