Young inspiration: Eleven-year-old Jack Covill-Lowndes raised money for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, who cared for his mother in her final days.
Onwards and upwards: A Lincoln charity which helps disadvantaged people across Lincolnshire is gearing up for a busy future after investing in their own premises.
Wednesday, July 30
Tough climb: Squadron Leader Duncan Mason will be cycling up a 6,273 ft mountain three times in a day in memory of a Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging and his trust.
Gearing up for charity: The Mayor of Lincoln took to his bicycle in order to raise awareness ahead of an upcoming 32-mile charity ride.
Room for one more?: Roxy the Lincoln rescue dog is recovering from her fourth litter and volunteers are looking for owners for her puppies.
Tuesday, July 29
Business at its best: The Lincoln Business Club is celebrating a decade of networking opportunities with over 500 members.
Monday, July 28
Life-changing care: Cathy Poulton, who is the sole carer for her husband Ted, is praising the support of St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.
Historic fun: Roman soldiers and gladiators took families on a journey through time as they took part in the Roman Family Fun Day in Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter.
Friday, July 25
Thinking pink: Lincoln women with breast cancer will be offered at least three years of free Pilates classes after a generous donation.
Thursday, July 24
Land’s End to John O’Groates: Two members of staff from the St Marks shopping centre in Lincoln will cover the 874-mile journey across the UK by “as many means possible” for charity.