Learn or Leave: The Lincoln University Technical College (UTC) marked its official opening with honorary guest Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens UK.
Light up a Life: Over 1,500 Lincoln residents have raised more than £32,000 for a Lincolnshire hospice after a torchlight parade through the city.
Friday, November 20
Grand unveiling: The first phase of the new Riseholme College campus at the Lincolnshire Showground has been officially opened.
Thursday, November 19
Lincoln illuminated: Thousands of people turned out in Lincoln on the evening of November 19 to watch as the city’s Christmas lights were illuminated.
Tuesday, November 17
Food and drink: Three Lincoln businesses have been recognised as the best in their class at the Taste of Excellence Food and Drink Awards.
Wednesday, November 11
Armistice Day: Lincoln fell silent on November 11 to remember the nation’s war heroes, with hundreds attending a remembrance service at the High Street war memorial.
Yarn bombed: The Lincoln Tank Memorial has been adorned with knitted poppies thanks to a group of ‘yarn bombing’ enthusiasts on Armistice Day.
Monday, November 9
Remembrance Day tributes: Personnel from RAF Waddington have paid tribute to fallen comrades by participating in Remembrance Day ceremonies in Lincolnshire and across the UK.
Sunday, November 8
Remembrance Sunday: Hundreds gathered at Lincoln Cathedral on Sunday, November 8 to pay tribute to those lost fighting for their country.
Saturday, November 7
Spectacle of light: Hundreds of people gathered at the Lincolnshire Showground on November 6 for the annual fireworks display.