Fire extinguished: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were called to a busy Lincoln road when an Audi A4 convertible burst into flames
Monday, July 28
Community clean-up: The City of Lincoln Council is asking Birchwood residents to help clean up the estate.
Risky designs: A house builder and Lincoln scaffolding company have been fined a total almost £28k after two bricklayers were injured falling from unsafe scaffolding.
Life-changing care: Cathy Poulton, who is the sole carer for her husband Ted, is praising the support of St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.
School kitchen revamp: Some £350,000 of funding will be put into the kitchen at North Kesteven School to extend capacity and completely refurbish the restaurant.
Historic fun: Roman soldiers and gladiators took families on a journey through time as they took part in the Roman Family Fun Day in Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter.
Birchwood expansion: The City of Lincoln Council will build 20 new homes in the Birchwood estate.
Dangerous route: Firefighters rescued a 12-year-old boy after he climbed a 30-foot quarry cliff and then fell on a ledge in Lincoln.
Advertising potential: The highest resolution shopping centre screen in the UK has landed in Lincoln, and businesses are invited to learn more.
Listening and learning: United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has been listening to its staff to help improve patients’ experience.
Sunday, July 27
Supercars together: Over 100 super-modified cars lined up along the Brayford Waterfront in Lincoln for the annual Lincs:Evolution event.