Big challenges to come: Lincoln UTC principal Dr Rona Mackenzie is looking ahead to a major move, glitzy awards and gruelling charity challenges.
Friday, July 3
Lincoln BAFTAs: Lincoln teenagers are putting on a night of showbiz glitz and glamour for students with severe educational needs.
Adoption ongoing: A school which helped save a day care centre from closure a decade ago has celebrated its ongoing partnership with a special tea party.
Wednesday, July 1
Service changes: Lincoln Citizens Advice have announced that opening hours at their main office on Beaumont Fee will be extended, and staff are implementing a new way of helping clients.
Sunday, June 28
Beating addiction: A young man from Lincoln who escaped drug addiction is now helping others find their paths to success.
Saturday, June 27
Increased funding: Volunteer medics and first responders from Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Services’ (LIVES) have received a welcome boost from Lincolnshire Co-op shoppers.
Friday, June 26
Several thefts: The manager of a Lincoln charity shop has spoken of her frustration at a recent spate of premeditated thefts from the store.
Tuesday, June 23
Online auction: Lincoln-based artist Katy Jade Dobson is auctioning her palette and paintbrush to raise money for a leading heart charity.
Sunday, June 14
Boultham Music and Arts: The organisers of the Boultham Music and Arts Festival in Lincoln this weekend are thanking fans who supported the event.
Friday, June 12
Deadline approaches: Organisers of the Lincoln Flume have revealed that lottery ticket sales have topped the 2,000 mark, with just over a fortnight left to take part in the draw.
Interfaith outreach: University Chaplain Subash Chellaiah reflects on a touching interfaith service in Lincoln for the victims of the Nepal earthquake in April.
Wednesday, June 10
Upping the challenge: A Lincoln strongman is taking on another level of charity challenges this year, including pulling a Lancaster Bomber.
Fighting back: A midwife at Lincoln County Hospital’s maternity unit has raised nearly £4,000 for a breast cancer support charity – despite receiving the news that her own cancer has returned.
Tuesday, June 9
Pub’s fundraiser: A Lincoln pub has announced it raised over £900 for Cancer Research UK after hosting a Bank Holiday Weekender in May.
Monday, June 8
Onesie fundraising: Over 500 kind-hearted people walked the streets of Lincolnshire in onesies at the weekend to raise more than £30,000 for a local hospice.