Nostalgia: Market Rasen Brownies dress up

Many varied and colourful costumes were worn when Market Rasen brownies held their annual fancy dress party in 1960.

Lion Terry Box presented  the cheque to LLBS Fundraising and Publicity Manager Elena Fraser-Green EMN-170414-160500001

Boombox bonus for blind society from Caistor Lions club

Members of Caistor and District Lions Club has donated £500 to Lincoln and Lindsey Blind Society (LLBS).

Small Town Big Heart, by Janet Booth Staves EMN-170417-101855001

Book of Rasen childhood remembered

A former Rasen resident has turned author to capture her childhood memories of the town.

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Nostalgia: Hopeful hatters at Middle Rasen

Decorated hats were part of the Eggstraordinary Eggstravaganza held at Middle Rasen Primary School in 1986.

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Step into spring with Rasen walkers’ group

Market Rasen Walkers Are Welcome group has organised a short morning walk on Saturday, April 22.

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Cadets step back in time

Caistor detachment of army cadets were joined by cadets from Market Rasen and Louth on a recent trip to Eden Camp.

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Quirky planting at Caistor

Caistor is known for its colourful floral displays, thanks to the hard work of dedicated volunteers from the town’s In Bloom group.

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What happened this day in history - April 19

1587 - Sir Frances Drake sailed into the Spanish port of Cadiz and sank the Spanish fleet.

Owners pay £3,500 for their new pet

Owners pay £3,500 for their new pet

Pet owners stump up almost £3,500 in the first year of owning their animal, a survey has found.

Red arrows confirmed for Scampton Airshow

Tickets soaring for Scampton Airshow

Tickets for September’s Scampton Airshow are flying, with visitors coming from far and wide .

Irish coffee dessert

RECIPE: Irish coffee dessert

We Brits were once regarded as a nation of shopkeepers and tea-drinkers, but our growing love of coffee is changing all this, writes James Waller-Davies.

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Nostalgia: Hats galore at Ludford

Children at Ludford School let the end of term assembly go to their heads in 1989.

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Nostalgia: In their Easter bonnets

It wasn’t just the children having fun with homemade hats in 1989.

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Gardeners’ delight at Rasen Club show

For their March meeting, Market Rasen Gardening Club members held their AGM and Spring Show, with John Bennett once again as judge.

The lifetime of a homeowner - including moving out at 21 and spending £26 on redecorating

The lifetime of a homeowner - including moving out at 21 and spending £26 on redecorating

The average UK homeowner moves out of their parent’s at 21, lives in seven houses and spends £26,295 on redecorating over their lifetime, according to new research.

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What happened this day in history - April 12

627 – King Edwin of Northumbria was converted to Christianity by Paulinus, Bishop of York.

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Gino escapes to Grimsby venue

Following his successful fourth series of Gino’s Italian Escapes on ITV, Gino D’Acampo is taking his passion for cookery on the road.

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Wragby round-up

WI and blossoming show

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Nostalgia: Greenfingers at Glentham

Glentham resident Kathleen Mannion wowed the judges in the village gardening competition back in 1979.

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Nostalgia: Tuning into LIVES fundraising

Jockey Town Breakers, Rasen CB enthusiasts, put their best foot forward to raise money for charity in 1981.

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