Store room tours: The Museum of Lincolnshire Life in Lincoln will reveal hidden gems from the county’s industrial and agricultural heritage for the first time.
Local pride: Born and brought up on an RAF base, Lucy Rigby recalls the extraordinary story of the Dambusters raid and the 70th commemorations in Lincoln.
Tuesday, May 21
Proud Yellowbelly: Do you know the origin of the term “yellowbelly”? Historian Cory Santos finds out there are more than a handful of possible explanations.
Friday, May 17
Special memorial: Lincoln paid tribute to the men who formed the WW2 Dambusters Squadron with a memorial at the Cathedral and a flypast.
Thursday, May 16
Prized possession: The Usher gallery received a very special painting to add to its collection this month, after it was left in a will.
Ancient remains: A team of archaeologists uncovered a cemetery and other interesting finds in the castle as part of plans to build a lift shaft.
Thursday, May 9
Stonemason mission: A group of craftsmen and women will meet at Lincoln Cathedral to take part in an international stonemasonry challenge.
Wednesday, May 8
Vital works: Newport Arch in Bailgate will be temporarily closed to pedestrians and traffic during the summer while repair works take place.
Monday, May 6
Back in time: Lincoln Castle put on a special event looking at the lives of Victorians in the military and their families.
Tuesday, April 30
Engineering event: A number of key businesses and authorities will be hosting a special engineering event to inspire the future generations.