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New book reveals quirky facts on Lincolnshire

A new book on Lincolnshire, revealing some of the area’s quirky and unusual history, has hit the shelves - and

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'Iam hare aware' - the mud scuplture that appeared at the Sleaford Standard offices overnight. EMN-170921-130104001

Are you hare aware? - Banksy-style ‘hare bomber’ creating mud sculptures in artistic campaign to combat illegal hare coursing in Lincolnshire

A Sleaford ceramic artist has turned into a Banksy-style ‘hare bomber’ creating mud sculptures of the creatures to raise awareness against illegal hare coursing gangs targeting Lincolnshire on a daily basis.

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A rare, first-edition Harry Potter book sold at auction for a record-breaking �60,000 - more than 5,000 times its original �10.99 price tag. SWNS

First edition Harry Potter book sells for £60k - here’s how to tell if you have one

A rare, first-edition Harry Potter book sold at auction for a record-breaking £60,000 - more than 5,000 times its original £10.99 price tag.

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New ITV game show is looking for the country’s worst singers

New ITV game show is looking for the country’s worst singers

A new television game show is aiming to find the country’s worst singers - and giving them the chance to win a major cash prize.

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Young readers who completed the Summer Reading Challenge at Market Masen Library went along to collect their certificates EMN-170918-115755001

Summer Reading Challenge celebrations at Rasen library

Market Rasen Library has been inundated this summer with young readers wanting to take part in the Animal Agents Summer Reading Challenge.

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The IT crowd.

FILM REVIEW: IT (15)

Stephen King has a lot to answer for – not least being the source material for a host of cinematic turkeys.

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Louth artist Pat Rowe was the winner of the best picture in the exhibition, with judge Noel Black, left, and Mayor of Caistor Alan Somerscales. EMN-170509-164711001

Artists come together for annual exhibition at Caistor Town Hall

A very lively weekend brought many talented artists and crafters together for an annual two-day festival in Caistor Town Hall.

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Britain's Got Talent

Britain’s Got Talent auditions return to Lincolnshire this month

Britain’s favourite talent show and hit TV series is hitting the road once again on its search to find talented acts.

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Spy Dog event at Rasen Library

Summer Reading Challenge activities have kept four to 11 ear olds busy throughout the school holidays at Market Rasen Library.

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Market Rasens station building is being restored thanks to a substantial grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Rebirth of Rasen station and courtroom antics part of free heritage weekend

An opportunity to take a look at what is going on inside Market Rasen’s station building is on offer this weekend as part of a county-wide heritage event.

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WATCH: Fire service uses Stephen King’s IT as inspiration for horror safety video

Firefighters have released a spooky parody of a horror film - to encourage people to test their alarms.

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Horncastle Deanery Churches in the spotlight as new two-day festival gets under way

Over the weekend of September 9 and 10 a new event will see 36 churches and chapels in the Horncastle Deanery open their doors to the public.

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Rase Heritage Society annual general meeting

Rase Heritage Society holds its Annual General Meeting in Market Rasen Library next Thursday, September 7, at 7.30pm.

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Art and Craft event returns to Caistor this weekend (September 2 and 3)

More than 250 original paintings will be on display at the Art and Craft Festival in Caistor Town Hall this weekend, September 2 and 3.

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Lincolnshire Archives saves important documents for the nation

The Monson Collection, an ‘indispensable record of British national life’, is to be purchased and put on permanent display at Lincolnshire Archives thanks to grants of £242,500 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and £20,000 from the Friends of National Libraries.

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Knights and Princesses enjoy fun in the sun at Tattershall Castle

The glorious sunshine on August Bank Holiday Monday brought many Knights and Princesses out to Tattershall Castle.

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Top fashion on sale at Woodhall Spa charity event

The best of high street clothing will be on the catwalk at a fashion show to raise funds for Age UK Lindsey.

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Extreme teddies at Tattershall Castle

Tattershall Castle held its first Extreme Teddy Bears Picnic at the weekend, allowing children to have an adventure with their favourite furry friend.

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The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

Emma Elsworthy

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Last chance to see Domesday book at Lincoln Castle

There is just over a week left to see the earliest surviving public record - the Domesday Book - during its once-in-a-generation visit to Lincoln Castle.

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