Historic exhibition: World-famous treasures can be found in Lincoln during the county’s long-awaited great exhibition.
Sunday, June 28
Vulcan to the sky: Hundreds of people gathered at RAF Waddington to witness the final flypast of the Avro Vulcan XH558.
Voting open: The £22 million revamp of one of Lincoln’s most iconic landmarks has been shortlisted for a national award.
Friday, June 26
Vital funds: A church which has served Lincoln for over 1,000 years has secured an investment of £68,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for urgent repairs and roof maintenance.
Saturday, June 20
Follow the footsteps: Take the Lincoln Barons’ Charter Trail with a gallery of the sculptures against their iconic locations.
Thursday, June 18
Dated bridge makeover: Firth Road in Lincoln city centre will be closed for almost eight weeks as work gets underway to repaint a railway bridge.
Monday, June 15
Special flypast: The RAF Red Arrows marked the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta by lighting up Lincolnshire’s skies in a sea of red, white and blue.
1215.today: A flagship arts project has been launched by the University of Lincoln.
Sunday, June 14
Photos and videos: Catch up with the highlights from the Magna Carta Weekend and Magna Party in Lincoln.
Friday, June 12
Endangered structures: A number of buildings and structures have ended up on the latest Historic England at risk register. Read about the endangered Lincoln landmarks.
Citizens’ rights: Ross Pepper argues that we should be revisiting the Magna Carta with the view of a 21st Century version, putting power “back in the hands of the people”.
Thursday, June 11
Take a tour: Take a look around rarely seen spaces in Lincoln. First in the series is the Guildhall and Stonebow on Lincoln High Street.
Wednesday, June 10
Advertising boost: With the Magna Carta Weekend fast approaching, two of the trailblazing Lincoln Barons designed for the celebrations headed to the capital to publicise the event.
Tuesday, June 9
Magna Carta today: As Lincoln prepares to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, Kate Taylor looks at what the document means for us today.
Monday, June 8
Royal visit: It may have been open for just over two months, but the recently refurbished Lincoln Castle was given the royal seal of approval by Princess Anne on her visit to the city.