By Local Democracy Reporter

2023 has been a year to remember in the world of film, with Barbie and Oppenheimer naturally taking the attention as the year’s defining movies, but what were some of our Lincolnshire cinemas’ favourites?

This year we’ve seen some of the world’s biggest actors and directors deliver new flicks, whether it be Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio continuing their strong bond on Killers of the Flower Moon, or Greta Gerwig shattering the glass ceiling with Barbie — thanks to the starring roles of Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.

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A community group says it has “huge community support” to reopen Deepings Leisure Centre after the building was listed for sale.

The leisure centre temporarily closed in 2021 due to health and safety concerns, but a £10.5m refurbishment was scrapped last year, shutting it permanently. The property has been handed back to Lincolnshire County Council, who are inviting expressions of interest to purchase the freehold before September 22, 2023.

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The newly-renamed Lincoln Museum and the nearby Usher Gallery stand as cultural beacons in the heart of Lincoln, displaying a plethora of artistic works and historical artefacts.

But what many don’t realise is that these institutions are merely the tip of the iceberg. Hidden away in secure storage are millions of items, some of which rarely see the light of day. Lincolnshire County Council oversees this treasure trove, which includes thousands of artistic works and countless pieces of social history.

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