£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.
Tuesday, October 21
Poignant marker: Staff and members of Busy Days day care centre in Lincoln had the chance to plant commemorative poppies at the Tower of London.
Monday, October 20
Special adventure: A Level students reflect on a special expedition to help communities overseas, while Year 11 prepare to fundraise for their own trip.
Friday, October 17
Drumming together: A Lincolnshire drummer will join another 1,000 musicians to break a world record for charity.
Tuesday, October 14
Crayons at the ready: The Mayor of Lincoln’s annual Christmas card competition winner will this year turn on the city’s festival lights with Paralympic medalist Jade Etherington.
Monday, October 13
Recycled bikes for sale: A collection of donated bikes that have been recycled are now on sale to people affected by homelessness in Lincoln.
Gone before your eyes: Lincoln opticians assistant Cheryl Flint will lose her locks this week for Breast Cancer Care.
Friday, October 10
Charities apply: Craftsmen from a Lincoln bespoke furniture company have completed their 500,000th cabinet, and have reserved the landmark piece of furniture for charity.
Tuesday, October 7
Money worries: Figures reveal the number of people in Lincoln seeking debt advice increased by 40% in the first six months of this year.
Friday, October 3
Craft together: Young children from Lincoln have been working with elderly people as part of Older People’s Day.