Services affected: Union strikes and engineering works will cause disruptions for train passengers travelling to and from Lincoln between July 27 and August 1.
Wednesday, July 23
No closure date yet: NHS England apologised for the confusion caused over plans to close a Lincoln GP surgery, and say it’s likely to stay open — for now.
Multiple offences: A man has been jailed for setting fire to a speed camera, after police raided his home found other offences.
Rewind: Richard Davies, the Executive Councillor for Highways and Transportation at Lincolnshire County Council joined The Lincolnite for a lunch time Q&A.
Case progress: A Skegness man has been charged with the robbery of Michael Broxholme in Lincoln.
New CEO: Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) has appointed a new CEO, who has worked for the NHS for over 30 years.
Feline rescue: Firefighters rescued a cat stuck up a chimney breast in Lincoln an reunited the pet with its owners.
Tuesday, July 22
4,000 plots: A new £1.2 million cemetery has opened off Long Leys Road in Lincoln to manage demand for up to another 50 years.
Likely rejection: Plans for a wind farm at Hemswell Cliff face another hurdle as Eric Pickles has called in the application for “his determination”.
Kitchen skills: A new kitchen in Lincoln’s Central Market will offer free cooking courses to pass on important skills and help vulnerable people.
Singing success: Lincoln community choir Ermine Voices is encouraging aspiring singers to give performing a go after bagging a starring role in an internationally acclaimed play.