Know your bin day: Bin collection services for residents living in Abbey ward and uphill Lincoln will change this week due to a growth in housing.
Tuesday, September 30
Concerns: Lincolnshire Police invited Shadow Minister for Policing Jack Dromey to Lincoln to show the work it does despite heavy cuts from government.
Bringing St Swithin’s back: A national church planting team have been invited by the Bishop of Lincoln to revive a forgotten Lincoln church.
Second Aldi store: The second multi-million pound Aldi store will open its doors in Lincoln on October 2.
Caught out: Lincoln off-license shops have been given warnings after they failed police test purchase operations with the help of two 15-year-old-volunteers.
Contractor appointed: Work to link Lincoln High Street with Canwick Road will begin in November.
Facing fears: Despite a fear of heights, Linkage’s fundraising manager will be abseiling down a Lincoln shop to raise money for the charity.
Budding scientists inspired: One of the greatest scientific minds of the 21st century visited a Lincoln school to open its new £300,000 laboratory.
Back with a banger: The Lincoln Castle grounds are preparing for the return of the most scrumptious festival on the events calendar on Saturday, October 25.
Birthday celebrations: Lincolnshire-based property solutions company Simons Group are celebrating 70 years of business, and looking forward to future challenges.
Monday, September 29
No overnight changes: The University of Lincoln Students’ Union is monitoring the use of the Tower Bar venue in order to enforce a ‘university family’ entry system.