Nostalgia: New urban council in control

Back in 1906, Market Rasen had its own council in full control.

Nostalgi: 1981 EMN-180618-065228001

Nostalgia: Gala fun for children

The whole area is alive with fetes, galas and fun events at the moment and that has been the way throughout living memory.

On this day in history: June 20 EMN-180617-230353001

What happened this day in history: June 20

1756 - A British garrison was imprisoned in the Black Hole of Calcutta.

Binbrook WI members at Peaks Top Farm at New Waltham EMN-180616-211645001

Wine tasting tour for Binbrook WI

Members of Binbrook WI enjoyed a mini outing last week.


EA pleased with crackdown during river course fishing close season

River coarse fishing is back in full swing following a three-month close season from March 15 to June 15.

Latest news EMN-180419-121514001

Research reveals edible plants which could be in your garden

Home grown garden plants such as sunflowers, carnations and forget-me-nots are all safe to eat, according to latest research.

Nostalgia: 1989 EMN-180306-201749001

Nostalgia: Claxby team reunited

A chance meeting in the bar of The Coach House at Claxby of the old village football team resulted, after several weeks of detective work by former centre forward John Cade, in a reunion dinner back in 1989.

What happened this day in history: June 13 EMN-181206-164239001

What happened this day in history: June 13

1625 - King Charles I married Catholic princess Henrietta Maria of France and Navarre, at Canterbury.

Nostalgia: 1992 EMN-180406-072310001

Nostalgia: Rasen Tablers went the whole hog

The crowds turned out in force for a special event in Market Rasen in 1992.

Nostalgia: 1989 EMN-180306-181453001

Nostalgia: De Aston named County Champions

De Aston’s seven-a-side rugby team became County Champions back in 1989.

Rotarian Harold Bates  found a donkey to ride on EMN-180106-164049001

Grand tour for Rasen Rotarians

Market Rasen Rotarians took a grand tour of old Cleethorpes recently.

What happened this day in history: June 6 EMN-180306-224214001

What happened this day in history: June 6

1683 - The first museum opened, in Oxford. Exhibits included a stuffed dodo and visitors were charged by the length of stay.


In Pictures: Young farmers entertain crowds at rally

From sheep shearing to egg throwing - young farmers from the county demonstrated their competitive spirit to entertain the crowds on Saturday.

Nostalgia: 1991 EMN-180525-222041001

Nostalgia: Just the ticket for De Aston students

Students at De Aston School were given the chance to win tickets to the Lincolnshire Show back in 1991.

A photo from last year's rally.

Enjoy some family fun at Lincolnshire Young Farmers’ County Rally

Sheep-shearing, egg throwing, a leap-frog race and tug-of-war are just some of the fun things to see at this year’s Lincolnshire Young Farmers’ County Rally.

What happened this day in history: May 30 EMN-180529-233021001

What happened this day in history: May 30

1431 - Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake in Rouen, France, as a heretic.


Faldingworth WI

Members were entertained at their May meeting by Wragby Handbell Ringers.

Women's Institute

Caistor WI

At their May meeting, members discussed the 2018 Resolution ‘Mental health matters as much as physical health’.

Women's Institute

Binbrook & District WI

June is going to be a very busy month for WI members.

Part of the Caistor Workhouse foundation stone EMN-180521-174208001

Part of Caistor heritage saved from demolition

Two pieces of Caistor history have been saved from destruction thanks to developers working in the town.

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