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.
Sunday, July 27
Supercars together: Over 100 super-modified cars lined up along the Brayford Waterfront in Lincoln for the annual Lincs:Evolution event.
Friday, July 25
Once in a lifetime: Tickets have gone on sale for the chance to see the last two fully operational Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Thursday, July 24
Giant show: Some 400 pieces of sculpture from across the globe have come together at Doddington Hall for on of the biggest exhibitions in the country.
Wednesday, July 23
Graduation day: Students and honorary guests made their way to Lincoln Cathedral for the Bishop Grosseteste University graduation ceremony.
Big screen: The Commonwealth Games are screened live in Lincoln city centre on a 6m-wide screen, and you can enjoy the Food Festival while you’re at it too.
Monday, July 21
Beyond the sea: Lincoln city centre has undergone a sandy transformation to mark the start of a programme of popular summer events.
Wednesday, July 16
Smaller market: The 2014 Lincoln Christmas Market will be smaller by around 25 stalls due to the loss of The Lawn from the route map.
Tuesday, July 15
Housing scheme: Landlords with housing to let in the city are being invited to join a new accreditation scheme by the council.
Monday, July 14
Boultham Summer Fair: Visitors to Boultham Park in Lincoln this weekend were treated to a fun programme of entertainment, as well as the opportunity to learn more about the pending £3.7 million park regeneration project.