End of an era: The gates of Lincoln Castle will be bolted for three months as the £22 million regeneration project reaches the last hurdle.
Wednesday, December 17
Friday, December 12
Honoured remembrance: A Lincoln church has been chosen as one of 70 special Holocaust Memorial Day hosts across the UK.
Thursday, December 11
In for the chop: Some 31 trees in the ground of Lincoln Castle will be felled due to improvement works.
Tuesday, December 9
Visual improvements: The County Council wants to cut 31 trees in the Lincoln Castle grounds in preparation of the £22 million regeneration project reveal.
Friday, December 5
Extra funds: The government will offer the local Bomber Command project £150k in extra funding.
Wednesday, December 3
Funding: Bishop Grosseteste University has secured funding to continue work on the Sandford Learning Cascade Project.
Tuesday, November 25
Generous donation: The Historic Lincoln Trust has received a million-pound donation from an education foundation.
Great interest: There were 45k applications to see all the Magna Carta’s together in one room — but those who miss out can enjoy a number of events in Lincoln next year.
Friday, November 14
Tanks story: A new documentary delving into Lincoln’s role in the creation of the tank, 100 years ago, has been launched in a mission to raise funds for a city memorial.
Music while you wait: Visitors to Lincoln Central train station today will be treated to a musical performance in commemoration of World War One.