Monthly Archives: April 2011
The club put on free coaches for supporters for the trip to Oxford but Lincoln fans were sent home dissapointed after Oxford came from behind to record victory.
Star of “Mock The Week”, Andy Parsons, will be bringing his Gruntled tour to the Engine Shed this November.
Two defeats over the Easter weekend leave Lincoln two points outside the relegation places in League Two after Cheltenham Town’s 2-0 win at Sincil Bank this afternoon.
There were no cheers on Good Friday for Steve Tilson and Lincoln City as their winless run continued at promotion chasing Bury.
The Imps travel to promotion candidates Bury bidding to reach the 50 point barrier and stave off relegation from the Football League.
The university’s deputy vice-chancellor, Professor Scott Davidson, has defended Lincoln’s decision to charge £9,000 for tuition fees come 2012.
The University of Lincoln plans to charge students the maximum level of tuition fees – £9,000 per year – from 2012.
Alternative comic Richard Herring brought his latest show “Christ On A Bike – The Second Coming” to the LPAC. David Wriglesworth spoke to Herring and took in the performance.
Lincoln City earned a hard-fought point away at Crewe on Saturday afternoon as they edged closer to League Two safety.
The trailer may have made it seem like the ultimate action film, but in fact it was just another story of escape from a bad man. Rebecca Caroline explains why the film doesn’t live up to expectations.