Steampunk to Scouting at Binbrook WI event

Binbrook WI held a successful showcase event, with a mix of crafters, artists, writers and hobbyists taking part.

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Church listing

Services in the area from Sunday, May 28

On this day: May 24 EMN-170524-134442001

What happened this day in history - May 24

1726 - The first circulating library opened in Edinburgh.

Nostalgia: 1960 EMN-170516-074716001

Nostalgia: Church wardens admitted

The Archdeacon of Stow, the Venerable L Ashcroft, paid a visit to Market Rasen Parish Church in 1960.

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Nostalgia: Market Rasen Bowling Club

Outdoor bowling season is upon us and this picture from the Market Rasen Mail of 1960 shows some of the menfolk ready for action.

Members of Nettleton & Moortown WI donned white coats, shoes and hair nets for their visit Sea Lord EMN-170513-223252001

Something fishy for Nettleton & Moortown WI

Members of Nettleton & Moortown WI enjoyed an interesting afternoon visit to Sea Lord’s fish processing plant in Caistor.

Outgoing Lions President John Fox, right, hands over the role to Gary Eastburn at their new venue, Rase Park. EMN-170516-084001001

New Rasen president Taking a pride in the whole community

After two busy and interesting years, Market Rasen Lion President John Fox has handed over office to fellow Lion Gary Eastburn.

What happened this day in history - May 17

What happened this day in history

1536 - Archbishop Cranmer declared Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn invalid.

How to beat cravings

Psychologist offers cheats for everyday cravings like cheese and sugar

A leading food psychologist has revealed ways to beat our favourite cravings like salt, cheese and coffee - with a series of healthy substitutes.

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Nostalgia: Claxby School 1971 EMN-170405-100627001

Nostalgia: Seventies schooldays at Claxby

This picture was sent in by Trevor Lyle and shows Claxby School in 1971.

Nostalgia 1905 EMN-170405-104618001

Nostalgia: Bicycle bonanza

Dated around 1905, this photograph shows the start of a decorated bicycle race from Market Rasen market place, a preliminary to the old Feast Week celebrations.

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What happened on this day in history - May 10

1655 - England, with troops under the command of Admiral William Penn and General Robert Venables, annexed Jamaica from Spain.

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Love is in the air for Caistor Flower Club

This month, Caistor Flower Club is waiving the admission for non-members to their meeting on Wednesday, May 10, in the town hall.

South Street Park in bloom in Caistor EMN-170705-144119001

Volunteers looking to keep Caistor in full bloom

The super successful Caistor in Bloom is set to grow further under a new chairman.

Nostalgia 1986 EMN-170105-090836001

Nostalgia: Ladies’ lunch success for Rasen Probus

The continuing success of Market Rasen Probus Club was reflecting in the attendance at the ladies lunch of 1986.

Nostalgia 1992 EMN-170105-102056001

Nostalgia: Bullseyes at Binbrook

The Marquis of Granby darts team at Binbrook were celebrating in 1992 having won both the league and the Top Half Challenge Cup.

What happened on this day - May 3 EMN-170305-085029001

What happened on this day in history

1654 - The first toll bridge went into operation, in Masachusetts. There was a charge for animals, but not for humans.

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Women on parade at Binbrook WI

World War Two re-enactors Mark and Julie Chandler were the guest speakers at the April meeting of Binbrook & District WI.

Silversmith Melissa Montague EMN-170418-153214001

Silversmith speaker at Holton le Moor

Silversmith Melissa Montague was the guest speaker at the open meeting held by Holton le Moor WI.

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Nostalgia: Young environmentalists at Tealby

Members of the Tealby Society were encouraging local youngsters to take part in a variety of projects to enhance the Wolds village back in 1991.

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