Iconic refurb: In the run up to the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary an iconic Lincoln pub has been given a £90,000 facelift and staff are brushing up on their history.
Thursday, October 30
Ready for rehoming Thanks to years of support and donations, the first phase of Bransby Horses’ £50,000 site redevelopment is complete.
International initiatives: The Lincoln College Group has officially opened two vocational training colleges in Saudi Arabia.
Getting to know you: Residents are encouraged to come and say hello to each other at an event in Lincoln next month.
Helpful schemes: Nearly 100 home owners in Lincoln bought their house through using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
Still missing: EMAS is working to update its IT and security systems after a data disc went missing in the summer, and is still to be found.
Stand out: Access LN6 are advising cyclists and pedestrians to stand out with high vis wear this winter.
Light Up a Light: A great grandmother who died from ovarian cancer will be among hundreds who will be remembered at St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice’s Light Up a Life celebrations.
3470 poos a day: Lincoln-based equine welfare charity, Bransby Horses, is thanking a Wiltshire couple after they made a donation worth around £3,000.
East West Link Road development: The City of Lincoln Council approved a proposal for two blocks of student accommodation on Tentercroft Street.
Name change: The Lincoln SU bar The Shed is to be rebranded from November 14 due to legal challenges and members’ feedback.