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Wearing wedding dresses again in Lincoln

Chris Davis invited guests at the DoubleTree Hilton in Lincoln to don their wedding dresses for a fabulous Charity Ball.

Forthcoming Events

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    Steve Brookstein comes to Lincoln

    Ten years on, Steve Brookstein still holds the record for the most votes in one night and comes to Lincoln with his new show paying tribute to the legends of soul music.

The Arts

Motoring

Homes and Gardens

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    The beauty of design in Billinghay

    Janette Merilion is a garden designer by trade, but her garden at home is equally impressive. We pay her a visit in sunny Billinghay to see what wonders she has on show.

News

Highlights

Fashion

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Happy birthday to Pandora Lincoln!

Pandora Lincoln are hosting their first birthday celebrations on Saturday 1st November - and there are presents for customers!

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Top retailers work with Age UK to offer discount fashions

Age UK Lincoln is hosting its fourth biannual fashion show on Wednesday 1st October, allowing guests to buy brand new clothes from high street retailers at a fraction of normal price.

Event Photography

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Raising awareness of asthma

Wortley House Hotel in Scunthorpe was the venue for a fantastic charity ball – one of a number of events remembering Alex Hardiment and helping raise awareness of the dangers of asthma.

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Wearing wedding dresses again in Lincoln

Chris Davis invited guests at the DoubleTree Hilton in Lincoln to don their wedding dresses for a fabulous Charity Ball.

What I Love About...

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What I Love About Lincolnshire: Tim Downing

Every month, we speak to someone from the county to find out what makes it special for them. Here, we speak to Tim Downing of Pygott & Crone.

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There's more to Skegness than you think!

There’s nothing that says summer time more than a trip to one of our favourite seaside towns. Skegness is a mix of tradition and family fun and still enjoys a fantastic reputation, but what is there for people beyond the jolly sea front?