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What happened this day in history: July 18

1290 - King Edward I issued the Edict of Expulsion, banishing all Jews (about 16,000) from England.

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Nostalgia: 1970s EMN-181007-094820001

Nostalgia: Celebrations at Binbrook WI

Members of Binbrook WI were celebrating their success in the 1970s.

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Nostalgia: 1992 EMN-181007-104626001

Nostalgia: Thumbs up for school doctor

Year 6 pupils at Caistor Primary School were giving a thumbs up to their deputy head teacher in the summer of 1992.

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The brand new North Sea Observatory at Chapel St Leonards

This is when the UK’s first purpose-built marine North Sea Observatory will open its doors on Lincolnshire’s coast

The date has been announced for the UK’s first purpose-built marine observatory to open its doors to the public

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What happened this day in history: July 11 EMN-181007-140137001

What happened this day in history: July 11

1776 - Captain Cook sailed from Plymouth in the ‘Resolution’ on his last voyage.

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Nostalgia: 1968 EMN-180307-102409001

Nostalgia: Serving up confirmation at the top

Another sport hitting the headlines at the moment is of course tennis, with the annual Wimbledon competition now underway.

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Open gardens delight as Caistor blooms

More than 20 gardens were on view at this year’s popular open gardens and scarecrow trail organised by Caistor in Bloom.

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Best in Show winner Isabel Hildred, centre, with, from the left, Brian Jepson (on behalf of Lou Ashurst), John Jaques, John Mabbett, Sheila Brislin, John Bennett and Gayle Smith. EMN-180207-091936001

Sweet pea show success at Middle Rasen

Isabel Hildred triumphed in the 50th Middle Rasen Annual Sweet Pea and Early Summer Show, taking Best Exhibit in Show with her beautiful and colourful foliage arrangement.

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What happened this day in history - July 4

What happened this day in history - July 4

1829 - The first regular scheduled bus service in Britain began. It ran between Marylebone Road and the Bank of England in London.

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Nostalgia: 1979 EMN-180626-090912001

Nostalgia: Caistor cricketers

Four decades ago, Caistor cricketers were narrowly defeated in the final of the Cyanamid Trophy.

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Hazel Barnard spoke to Market Rasen Rotarians about the town's station project. Also pictured is Rotary President Tony Maund EMN-180625-092508001

Station talk at Rasen Rotary Club

Hazel Barnard made her third visit as speaker to Market Rasen Rotary Club, representing both the Station Adoption Group and the Station Heritage group, which the club had sponsored during the last year from the Community Committee funds.

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Nostalgia 1991 EMN-180626-091803001

Nostalgia: Bird talk at Linwood

Young ornithologists from the Market Rasen area were enjoying themselves at the Linwood camp site in 1991 as part of the Action for Birds Day.

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Happy trippers in the Welsh sunshine

WI members head to Wales

WI members from across the area joined the party from the Lincs North Federation heading to Wales for the organisation’s National Meeting.

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What happened this day in history: June 27 EMN-180626-160744001

What happened this day in history: June 27

1693 - ‘The Ladies’ Mercury’ became Britain’s first ever women’s magazine.

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Notalgia: 1978 EMN-180618-060823001

Nostalgia: New urban council in control

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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EA pleased with crackdown during river course fishing close season

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.

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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.

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