Once in a lifetime: Tickets have gone on sale for the chance to see the last two fully operational Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Friday, July 25
Wednesday, July 16
Final moments: An iconic water tower at a former asylum near Lincoln has been demolished to make way for new luxury homes.
Tuesday, July 15
Preserving the past: An archive revealing 150 years of Lincolnshire’s unique engineering heritage is to be given new life thanks to a £98,100 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Guild of Robert Grosseteste: A Lincoln theology lecturer is calling for a statue to be erected in the city to pay tribute to “Britain’s forgotten scientist philosopher”, Robert Grosseteste.
Remembrance books: Two special remembrance books in the Cathedral’s library list all the local fallen soldiers of World War I.
Friday, July 11
Heritage heroes: Some of Lincolnshire’s best heritage projects were recognised and rewarded at the bi-annual Lincolnshire Heritage Awards.
Thursday, July 10
Remembrance garden: Boultham Park will soon have a WWI commemorative garden, built by a range of local volunteers.
Tuesday, July 8
Date to watch: The Lincoln Tank Memorial Group has set the date for the unveiling of their Tritton Road roundabout Tank monument at May 10, 2015.
Monday, July 7
50th anniversary: A room in Lincoln Central Library celebrated 50 years of archiving the biggest Lord Tennyson collection in the world with a special opening.
Friday, July 4
Leaving Home: A production the BBC Radio Lincolnshire and university students about a local family during the war will feature students from a Lincoln primary school.