Friday, September 19
Celebrity close-ups: Britain’s most decorated press photographer is putting on his first ever exhibition in Lincoln.
BYOB Lebanese restaurant: A new restaurant in Lincoln hopes to fill a gap in the market for Mediterranean food.
Powering ahead: Work on a new care home in Burton Waters celebrated a new milestone this week.
Last chance: Due to the popularity of the Lincoln Cathedral North West turret tours, visitors will have one last chance to grab a place on some added dates.
Security tags: Access LN6 tagged 100 bikes in Lincoln this week, rating how well secured they were and tips on how to improve them.
Helping each other: When the kingdom of Lindsey looked like it may fall into obscurity, the Scottish helped save it. After the Scottish referendum, Cory Santos explains the importance of the UK.
Free history tours: The Mayor of Lincoln will be opening his ‘home’ to members of the public for an expanded series of free tours.
Thursday, September 18
Skellingthorpe and Burton Waters: The Access LN6 bike hire scheme has been extended to two Lincoln villages, a year after it was first launched.
Help memorials thrive: A Lincolnshire project wants residents to help keep war memorials in top condition for the future.
BIG decision: City of Lincoln councillors will decided later this month how the council will vote for the continuation of Lincoln BIG.