This week the team look at what is going on with the ‘old’ £1-coins, a privew of the upcoming Cathedral Cup, the new floating restaurant destined for the Brayford Pool, and a look into the Sausage Festival and the Frequency Festival. Plus, a look ahead to some of the other events taking place over the weekend.
This weeks stories include a look at a protest against drone strikes, celebrating Oxfam, Lincoln City players being nomiated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards, and could new 3D eye tests help improve our sight?
The narrowed roundabout lanes, which will allow Carillion to construct access on to the Lincoln Eastern Bypass site, will be put into effect on Monday 11 September.
Visitors to the popular Lincoln attraction will be able to explore 16 craft stalls, selling a selection of high-quality, unique handmade crafts, specially selected from across the region.
The 2017 Festival of Creativity in coming to the University of Lincoln. Listen in as Andrew David speaks with Gyles Lingwood.
We see so many faces in our everyday lives – both old and new – so what is life like for someone who is unable to recognise them?
Students on the BA (Hons) Music course looked at composing in a whole new light when they were joined by London-based quintet, Valia Calda, for a unique music masterclass last Friday. The band, which draws inspiration from Jazz, Free Improvisation, Electronic and Greek Folk Music, spent the afternoon with the students, introducing them to the […]
The Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10k will return this Sunday with around 5,000 people expected to be taking part in the event. The run starts at Riseholme Road and passes through some of Lincoln’s historical landmarks including the cathedral and the Roman Walls. The 10k attracts people from all over the country and thousands […]
The 35 sculptures that make up the Lincoln Knight’s trail were unveiled today in The Showroom, Lincoln. Artists have been painting the Knights that are commemorating the 800th anniversary of Lincoln. After the success of the Barons Trail in 2015 which boosted tourism in the city as well as raising £167,000 for charity, it is […]
National pie week has been going on all week, with various pie makers all over the country pay homage to one of Britain’s oldest snacks. The week began as a marketing campaign for a pastry company in the UK a few years ago, but quickly became a national event. […]