Memorial support: Prime Minister David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have written messages of support for the Bomber Command Memorial plans in Lincoln.
Saving the sundial: An overgrown contemporary sundial on Lincoln’s Water Rail Way has been restored by a local charity.
Sunday, April 20
Unique heritage: Lincoln’s original copy of the Magna Carta has been voted as one of the nation’s top historic treasures.
Saturday, April 19
A link with the past: Archive footage of Lincoln from 1935 has been released as part of a collection of over 85,000 historic newsreels from British Pathé.
Tuesday, April 15
Crowd-curated history: Lincoln researchers are designing a smartphone app that will let people share memories and events associated with city heritage sites.
Thursday, April 10
Special memorial: The last remaining X-craft submarine has been honoured at a train naming ceremony in Lincoln.
Monday, April 7
New home: Two chapel artefacts found in Lincoln West End have been given a home in a nearby church.
Friday, April 4
Back in use: Newport Arch is set to reopen for traffic to pass under it a week earlier than planned.
Wednesday, April 2
Behind the scenes: With a year to go until completion, catch up with the developers working on the Lincoln Castle revamp project.
Tuesday, April 1
Nose Art: A children’s aviation art display has launched in Lincoln in memory of soldiers who lost their lives in WW2.