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Woolly Spires on Display at Lincoln Cathedral

0Woolly Spires on Display at Lincoln Cathedral

Posted on 25th July, 2017 in What's On

Hand knitted versions of six Lincolnshire parish churches will go on display in Lincoln Cathedral in August 2017, part of a community arts project. Read more...


Help Us Find Lincoln’s Friendliest Business

0Help Us Find Lincoln’s Friendliest Business

Posted on 07th July, 2017 in

We’ve launched a new campaign to make Lincoln known as one of the friendliest cities in the UK with a reputation for outstanding customer service – but we need your help! Read more...


The Peterloo Massacre and Lincoln

0The Peterloo Massacre and Lincoln

Posted on 06th July, 2017 in

The 1819 Peterloo Massacre in Manchester is regarded as hugely influential in ordinary people winning the right to vote. Lincoln has been used as a location for a feature film of the event - but the city has even more links to it. Read more...


The UK’s Most Popular Castle is Lincoln

0The UK’s Most Popular Castle is Lincoln

Posted on 21st June, 2017 in

Votes from across the UK have installed Lincoln Castle as the country's most famous castle on the Holiday Lettings website. Read more...


New AR App Released for Lincoln Cathedral

0New AR App Released for Lincoln Cathedral

Posted on 15th June, 2017 in

A ground-breaking new AR experience - consisting of an app and videos - will transport you back in time to unveil the hidden lives of some of history’s most fascinating characters at Lincoln Cathedral. Read more...


90 Years of Lincoln’s Usher Gallery

090 Years of Lincoln’s Usher Gallery

Posted on 22nd May, 2017 in

Lincolnshire's premier art gallery, The Usher Gallery, first opened in 1927 and has a fascinating origin story thanks to a local businessman. Read more...


7 Reasons Why William Marshal was England’s Greatest Knight

07 Reasons Why William Marshal was England’s Greatest Knight

Posted on 11th May, 2017 in Things To Do

William Marshal has been dubbed “England’s greatest knight” – and probably the most loyal. He served five English kings from Henry II through to his grandson Henry III, and was 70 years old at the time of the 1217 Battle of Lincoln. Read more...


What is the Domesday Book?

0What is the Domesday Book?

Posted on 09th May, 2017 in What's On, Things To Do

The Norman Conquest lead by William the Conqueror lead to great changes to England including the building of Lincoln's Cathedral and Castle, and the writing of the Domesday Book – one of England’s most iconic documents. Read more...


8 Fashion Trends to Discover in Lincoln During Summer 2017

08 Fashion Trends to Discover in Lincoln During Summer 2017

Posted on 12th April, 2017 in

The Lincoln Fashion Week team took sponsors, retailers and bloggers to the 2017 London Fashion Week Festival. We asked Marketing student Leanne Broadhead to pick out the top trends seen on the catwalk and find where you can buy them on the High Street. Read more...



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