Yellow Belly celebrations: Wednesday, October 1 is the day to celebrate all things loved in Lincolnshire and a number of events will take place in Lincoln bringing the county’s traditions and culture to life.
Tuesday, September 30
Monday, September 29
800 years of history: Lincoln has its own flag on the map for commemorative trails on the history of the Magna Carta 800th anniversary in 2015.
Friday, September 26
Operation Manna: Two nations have come together for a special planting ceremony at Lincoln Cathedral to pay tribute to Lincolnshire’s part in the humanitarian aid mission.
Thursday, September 25
Readers’ pictures: Britain’s last flying Vulcan toured 10 RAF stations on its Cold War tour on September 25, including RAF Waddington and RAF Scampton.
Special memorial: Relatives of the ill-fated crew of the Lancaster J-ON and a Hurricane pilot visited RAF Waddington to remember their sacrifice.
Wednesday, September 24
Commemoration flyover: Britain’s last flying Vulcan will fly over air bases in Lincolnshire as part of a tour saluting men and women who fought in the Cold War.
Tuesday, September 23
Six months to go: The £22 million project to restore Lincoln Castle is in its final phase and staff are preparing to close the attraction for four months ahead of the big reveal.
Farewell flight: Hundreds of people watched the Canadian Lancaster Vera take to the Lincolnshire skies for the last time as she began a 3,700 mile trip home.
Monday, September 22
Recruitment day: Volunteers are being called to help bring Lincoln’s sole-surviving windmill to life.
Through the lens: As the last two airworthy Lancasters finished their UK tour, Lincoln photographer Sean Strange looks back over the historic journey.