Could your bridal party be on new TV show Always The Bridesmaid?

Do you fancy appearing on this new dating show?

Staff member Mel Fenwick was the first to try the Wally selfie booth EMN-170323-133251001

Where’s Wally 30th celebrations at Rasen Library

If you like a challenge, get along to Market Rasen Library to take part in the 30 years of Where’s Wally Anniversary Celebrations.

Market Rasen GC ladies enjoy their weekend away at Rudding Park EMN-170327-122143002

Market Rasen golf: Bridget pips rivals in opening qualifier

The first ladies’ qualifying stableford took place last Wednesday at Market Rasen Golf Club when the course became fully open.

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Brigg Town Reserves book cup final date

Brigg Town Reserves are one match away from winning some silverware after reaching the Lincolnshire Football League Challenge Cup final.

Minted: the new design incorporates the English rose, the Welsh leek, the Scottish thistle and the Northern Irish shamrock (Photo: Royal Mint)

All change as new £1 coin poised to enter circulation – but companies unprepared

It will be all change in Britain on Tuesday when the new £1 coin enters circulation but millions of commuters could be left facing fresh chaos as it emerged 11 out of 18 rail providers had not upgraded their machines and would be unable to accept the new tender.

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Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of Big Six energy customers are still overpaying for their energy but could get their prices back to 2008 rates according to the latest research from consumer watchdog Which?.

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Get Out, now playing at cinemas.

FILM REVIEW: Get Out (15)

Fair skin was in favour for the last couple of thousand years. Now the pendulum has swung back. Black is in fashion!?

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33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

The average age when Britons living in rented accommodation think they’ll be able to afford their own house is 33.

Lincolnshire Co-op is investing �570k in their Market Rasen store. Work will be completed by mid May. EMN-170327-104522001

£570k investment for Rasen store ....and parking limits

Lincolnshire Co-op is investing £570,000 in the town’s food store.

Eden Hazard.

RUMOUR MILL: Hazard has ‘agreed deal to join Madrid’ | Liverpool and Manchester United to do battle for James | Arsenal and Atletico vie for Lacazette | Morata wanted by Chelsea | Schmeichel lined up to replace veteran Cech

Manchester United and Liverpool are among the big European clubs looking at Real Madrid star James Rodriguez. The Colombian, however, wants Champions League football next season. (The Sun)

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Baby teething necklaces recalled due to choke hazard

Amber necklaces and bracelets, wooden teething rattles and teething clips have been recalled after Trading Standards test results revealed them to be a choking hazard.

At the 34th annual general meeting of Market Rasen Probus Club, outgoing president John Frewen-Lord, pictured left, handed over the chain of office to Bryan Storey. EMN-170314-112231001

Rasen Probus handover

Market Rasen Probus Club held its 34th annual general meeting at the town’s golf club, where outgoing president John Frewen-Lord, left, handed over the chain of office to Bryan Storey.

Civil War at Tattershall Castle EMN-170320-162924001

Tattershall Castle comes alive once more for new open season

Tattershall Castle is waking from its winter slumber and has already started welcoming visitors for the 2017 season.

Reporter Bethany Searby with Pie.

FEATURE: More than 2,000 reports of ‘road incidents’ in recent years involving horses

The British Horse Society (BHS) says it received more than 2,000 reports of what it termed ‘road incidents’ in the last six years.

Bethany Searby out with Pie.

FEATURE: Responsibility is on both the driver and rider, says the AA

The AA has called on drivers to ‘slow down’ when they see a horse on the road.

Lambs at Thoresway by Wes Allison EMN-170320-132212001

Readers picture: Spring is sprung

Last week was officially the start of spring and for many people there are certain things that symbolise this time of the year.

Reporter Beathany Searby with her horse Pie.

FEATURE: ‘I thought I’d never ride out again after near-miss with truck’

Reporter BETHANY SEARBY is a keen horsewoman. She regularly exercises her horses on roads close to her home village in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. However, a recent near miss with a passing lorry left her shaken and in floods of tears. She - and her horse Pie - were lucky...unlike others.

Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Noel Byrne and Antonia Christophers star in Manalive! EMN-170314-143328001

Life-affirming tale by people and puppets at Caistor

Award-winning theatre company Box Tale Soup visit the area with a new production of a G K Chesterton story this weekend.

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PC Mark Johnson, Inspector Phil Baker and PCSO Nigel Wass at the launch of the new CallCollect 'Busbeat' route between Louth and Horncastle.

‘BusBeat’ plan could be just the ticket for Rasen

A community policing initiative which features officers travelling on service buses could be rolled out in the Market Rasen area - because it is so successful.

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