Victorian entertainment: Steampunk fans from across the continent have taken over uphill Lincoln for the biggest festival of its kind in Europe.
Festival 800 launch: A 13 foot high sand sculpture depicting Magna Carta was finally revealed to expectant crowds at Lincoln Castle.
Monday, August 24
Bank Holiday festival: Thousands of Steampunk fans from across the continent are preparing to head to Lincoln dressed in their aviator goggles and corsets for a weekend to remember.
Indie stars: Tickets go on sale next month for a series of highly anticipated Engine Shed appearances.
Sunday, August 23
Back in time: Check out the gallery from 1940s day on the Brayford in Lincoln.
Thursday, August 20
Planned protest: A national campaign group is holding a day of action in Lincoln city centre to voice their concerns over a controversial trade deal involving the UK.
Wednesday, August 19
Final gathering: The trailblazing Barons will come together for a special reunion before they are auctioned off for charity.
Monday, August 17
Banned performance: Musicians from Egypt, the Basque country and Belarus will be among those performing at a one-off concert in Lincoln, featuring artists blacklisted in their homelands.
Sunday, August 16
First-ever: Motoring enthusiasts from across the region visited Lincoln on August 16 for the inaugural Lincolnshire Motorshow.
Friday, August 14
Special appearance: The niece of civil rights activist Rosa Parks is making her only European appearance at Festival800 in Lincoln next month.
Thursday, August 13
Lincoln flyby: People across the city looked up to the skies to see four Spitfires fly across the city in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Artists and sand arrives: Lincoln Castle took delivery of 80 tonnes of sand ahead of a sculpture being created to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.
Wednesday, August 12
Welcoming new students: BBC Radio 1’s Scott Mills will headline the University of Lincoln freshers’ week.
Saturday, August 8
Unique fundraising: 45 daredevils from across the region grasped the opportunity to become the first people to ever abseil down Lincoln Cathedral.
Friday, August 7
Calling all photographers: Photographers and aviation enthusiasts are being offered the rare opportunity to capture military aircraft until the sun goes down.