Winning night at Binbrook & District WI

The March meeting of Binbrook & District WI saw the presentation of the annual awards.

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What happened this day in history: March 21

1556 - Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranmer was burned at the stake for treason and heresy.


School bomb threat hoaxes reported to be a result of Minecraft game feud

National news sources are claiming a feud between rival Minecraft gamers is the reason why 24,000 threatening emails were sent to schools and colleges in the UK.

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Nostalgia: Ready for a scrum at Caistor

Students from Caistor Grammar School were busy on the sports field back in 1992.

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Nostalgia: Bells ring out at Wragby

A week of celebration back in 1979 marked the growth of Wragby over the years.

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What happened this day in history - March 14

1891 - The submarine Monarch laid the first underwater telephone cable.


Easter coffee in Wragby

Wragby and district Social Group Annual Easter Coffee Morning will be held in the annexe at the Town

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Nostalgia: ‘Clowning around’ to promote fair

Two carers from Clarence House in Horncastle were busy ‘clowning around’ in 1994.

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Setting the seed of education at Osgodby

Osgodby Primary School is looking to a good season of growing, thanks to a group of hardworking volunteers.

Pictured from left at the International Bomber Command Centre near Lincoln - Sally Porter of North Kesteven District Council, Lydia Rusling of Visit Lincoln, Wendy Osgodby of West Lindsey Didtrict Council and Andrew Norman of South Kesteven District Council. EMN-180803-123836001

Lincolnshire receives £1 million to boost international visitors with new East of England touring route

German and European tourists will be targeted using a slice of £1million being allocated to Lincolnshire and specifically North and South Kesteven to enhance the tourism offer in the area.

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What happened this day in history - March 7

1876 - Alexander Graham bell patented the telephone

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Spooky session for Nettleton WI

Nettleton & Moortown WI held their annual meeting this month, when Midge Thomas was re-elected as president.

Quilting comfort at Faldingworth WI

Quilting comfort at Faldingworth

Members of Faldingworth WI learnt about the work of Project Linus UK when they welcomed Sue Hall as speaker.

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Reminiscing at Grasby WI

At their February meeting, members of the WI were taken down memory lane by John Hall and his talk ‘When I was a lad’.

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Nostalgia: Jolly hockey sticks at Caistor

In 1989, members of the Caistor Grammar School under-16s girls hockey team featured in the Rasen Mail.

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Nostalgia: Diamond celebrations

It was a time of celebration for members of Nettleton WI back in 1978.

Chief Const Bill Skelly.

Check your route before travelling, police urge

People are being urged to check weather conditions and road accessibility before making any journeys.
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What happened this day in history: February 28

1784 - John Wesley chartered the Methodist Church.

The Rasen Round walk

End of the road for Rasen’s Walkers are Welcome group

Following their recent AGM, Market Rasen Walkers are Welcome members have regrettably felt obliged to disband as an official organisation, though some of its members will continue to make walkers welcome in the area.

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Nostalgia: Fete funds for Walesby Church loss

Back in 1966, residents of Walesby were making a great effort to make good the heavy loss caused the previous winter by thieves who stripped lead from the tower of the Old Church, atop Walesby Hill.

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