Farming for funds: Lincolnshire farmers are pulling together to raise money for restorations at Lincoln Cathedral.
Thursday, November 28
Tuesday, November 26
The Mary Gordon revival: A trust is hoping to bring a Lincoln pleasure boat back to life in order to stop its history being lost forever.
Thursday, November 21
Heritage project: A school in Welton wants to build an aviation museum, detailing the site’s RAF history.
Wednesday, November 20
Almost 1,000 years of tradition: Why do the curfew bells of Lincoln Cathedral sound every evening, seemingly for no reason at all? Cory Santos has the answer.
Thursday, November 14
The real thing: The team at Lincoln Castle have opened the lid of the stone coffin, finding an interesting discovery already.
History unearthed: Archaeologists prepare to excavate a special stone coffin at the castle today.
Tuesday, November 12
Churches unveiled: An exhibition at Lincolnshire Archives reveals the history of the county’s more intriguing churches.
Tank ale: A new Lincoln ale is now on sale, helping raise funds for a heritage project on a city roundabout.
Stonebow and Guildhall: A new film documented the civic stories and historical events related to one of Lincoln’s proudest buildings.
Thursday, November 7
Thornton Manuscript: A historic gift has been unearthed in a collaboration between Lincoln Cathedral and the University of Lincoln.