Lincoln

By Local Democracy Reporter

A fiery debate around the possible reintroduction of the Lincoln Christmas Market has been rejected by city councillors as part of budget plans for this year.

Leader of the Conservative opposition group, Cllr Tom Dyer, presented three amendments to this year’s council budget for 2024/25 at Full Council on Tuesday, February 27.


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The University of Lincoln’s Siren Radio, a lifeline for the local community and a training ground for aspiring media professionals, faces an uncertain future.

Over 900 individuals have rallied behind a petition to save this vital community asset, which has been broadcasting since 2007 and stands as a testament to the university’s pioneering spirit in obtaining a full-time Ofcom radio licence.


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Tributes continue to pour in for much-loved Lincoln artist and inspirational teacher Peter Moss.

The 83-year-old was President of Lincolnshire Artists’ Society between 1997 and 2015 and his work has been showcased in national and international galleries, including the Usher Gallery and Sam Scorer Gallery in Lincoln. The society announced his sad passing on February 23, 2024.


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