Tag Archives: Lincolnshire
The sun is shining bright over Lincoln, which means the end of local election counting and the beginning of the Police and Crime Commissioner count.
The Nobody People represents the growing trend of indie authors who are bypassing traditional publishing routes in order to offer the reader an alternative, according to author Richard Daniels.
Researchers at the University of Lincoln have launched a new project to unearth Lincolnshire’s forgotten heritage.
A Lincoln tea room has been shortlisted for a county-wide award based on its food and drink offering.
One music college in Lincoln, Access to Music, believes more should be done by schools across the county, to support young people who wish to progress into the music scene by teaching them more contemporary styles.
October 25 sees the Lincolnshire Sausage Festival return for its 12th year running, writes Danielle Hoe.
Finding advice in a new town can be “very difficult and time consuming” for students, according to the Lincolnshire Advice Network, who have launched a simple new advice service that brings together over 250 organisations.
A survey of train passengers published this week revealed that East Midlands Trains, the rail company that operates trains throughout Lincolnshire, has passenger satisfaction rates of just 50 percent.
Unseen amateur film footage of life in Lincolnshire from the 1930s to the 1970s is going to be made into a film that will become a part of a live cinematic experience at Lincoln’s Performing Arts Centre on Thursday, March 8th.