Ready for rehoming Thanks to years of support and donations, the first phase of Bransby Horses’ £50,000 site redevelopment is complete.
Light Up a Light: A great grandmother who died from ovarian cancer will be among hundreds who will be remembered at St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice’s Light Up a Life celebrations.
3470 poos a day: Lincoln-based equine welfare charity, Bransby Horses, is thanking a Wiltshire couple after they made a donation worth around £3,000.
Complimentary: East Midlands Trains is doing its bit for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal by offering free travel for Forces personnel.
Tuesday, October 28
Big relay: A Lincoln driving instructor along with his colleagues and pupils will take part in a relay for Children in Need.
Friday, October 24
Poor Reuben: The RSCPA are looking for information on one of the worst cases of dog neglect it has seen in Lincoln.
All inclusive: Families attending the Lincolnshire sport event Activities 4 All in Lincoln will be introduced to over 40 sports, activities and information.
Support needed: Businesses, charities and voluntary organisations are being asked to come forward to help support an emerging plan to improve the health and care sector in Greater Lincolnshire.
Thursday, October 23
Charity battle: A Lincoln wrestling champion hosted the ultimate battle against cancer with an event which raised over £2,000 in memory of his mum.
Wednesday, October 22
£1 per boiler: When the 1,000th replacement boiler for North Kesteven council homes was fitted, locally-based D Brown Building Contractors celebrated by giving to charity.