Family ties: A local cheese sold in Lincolnshire Co-operative stores is raising funds to help the historic Avro Lancaster bomber Just Jane to fly again.
Transformation: The Revolution bar on Park Street in Lincoln is set for a £170,000 revamp during a week in August.
Supply Lincolnshire: Many Lincolnshire large enterprises source some of their goods locally, but there’s more potential for growth in the county’s supply chain.
Thursday, July 31
Opening date set: An Oak Furniture Land store will be opening in Lincoln in August.
Uncertain future: The future of a chain uniform shop in Lincoln is unclear as administrators already closed 53 branches across the UK.
Re-election plans: Plans to improve the Lincoln business and visitor experience has been outlines by the Lincoln Business Improvement Group (BIG), which hopes to be re-elected in October.
Foreign investors: More than 1,800 new jobs have been created in Greater Lincolnshire in the past year by 14 overseas businesses, according to new figures from the LEP.
Wednesday, July 30
Ready for launch: The new Lincoln HomeSense store will open in one half of the former Comet unit off Tritton Road in August.
Deal sealed: Lincolnshire County Council have approved a £35-£45 million contract with joint venture VINCImouchel to supply property services.
Tuesday, July 29
Business at its best: The Lincoln Business Club is celebrating a decade of networking opportunities with over 500 members.