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  • A Table For Two: The Duke William

    A Table For Two: The Duke William

    Many Lincoln diners will know of The Duke William on Bailgate, albeit maybe not for the right reasons. Now part of the Lincolnshire Pub and Kitchen Group, boasting three sister […]

     
     
  • Soaring flight – A bird’s eye view of Lincolnshire 

    Soaring flight – A bird’s eye view of Lincolnshire 

    Gliding is perhaps the most elegant way that humans can be airborne and soaring high above Alford, gliders are a familiar sight – often seen dramatically climbing up into the […]

     
     
  • A Table For Two: Castle View Indian Restaurant

    A Table For Two: Castle View Indian Restaurant

    Castle View Indian Restaurant and Takeaway has recently opened in the former Tito’s Restaurant and Grill on Union Road near Lincoln Castle’s West Gate, following new owner Aminur Rahman’s £50,000 […]

     
     
  • Fascinating new season for Film Society

    Fascinating new season for Film Society

    Critically acclaimed examples of world cinema make up Lincoln Film Society’s 65th season. Showing films that would receive little or no exposure in the city has been a successful formula for […]

     
     
  • Autumn brings a healthy glow to the Lincolnshire countryside

    Autumn brings a healthy glow to the Lincolnshire countryside

    Autumn is a time of transition for nature as tree leaves turn gold, fruits and berries ripen and birds migrate before the winter. Visits to the countryside can be at […]

     
     
  • Christmas dining in style at Côte

    Christmas dining in style at Côte

    Côte opened in Lincoln on the high street at the foot of The Strait early this year and appears to be going from strength to strength – it’s easy to […]