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Big Gig in the Arboretum

Big Gig in the Arboretum

Alice, one of the event organisers, told us, “We decided to set up this event to bring the community together.”

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YJA take over Lincoln Tour Bus!

YJA take over Lincoln Tour Bus!

They were joined by some local VIPs who were keen to explain why, in their view, Lincoln is such a fantastic city. Being keen journalists, the Millfield team interviewed every single one!

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Mini Madness!

Mini Madness!

Last Sunday absolute Mini madness came to Lincoln. Minis are often thought to be one of the most classic, fun and absolutely iconic cars.

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Horrid history of work

Horrid history of work

On Saturday 14th April two members of the Young Journalist Academy made a visit to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life to experience a horrid history of work in Lincolnshire. There were lots of re-enactors and historical objects to show children what the world of work would have been like in Lincoln long ago. One of the first people they met […]

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Exciting changes for Museum

Exciting changes for Museum

The Museum of Lincolnshire Life on Burton Road, Lincoln, has recently been given £335,000 by Arts Council England, along with another grant of £200,000 from Lincolnshire County Council. The museum will be using this money to improve the museum gift shop, reception, courtyard and to make a new outdoor play area. Theresa Workman, from the Museum of Lincolnshire Life told […]

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Red Riding Hood

The Lincoln Drill Hall has put on many fairytale productions, but none quite like this one. Presented by Engine House and Lakeside Theatre Company, the story of Little Red Riding Hood was brought to life on stage as part of The Children’s Festival. The well loved story of Little Red Riding Hood has been performed all over the country by […]

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Smallest shop in the world?

Smallest shop in the world?

A miniature coffee shop that recently opened on Silver Street in Lincoln could possibly be the smallest shop in the world! The Little Espresso Co is only 2 by 3 metres big so only about five customers can fit in at the same time. The owner and only employee there, Adam Lowiss, told us, “It’s very, very small, you can […]

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Green Planet @ The Collection

It is half term and The Collection Museum in Lincoln is bustling with families and most of them have come here today to try their hand at lots of arts and crafts, all with the theme of ‘Green Planet’. The event has been running during February half term for the last four years, Sally Bleasdale the organiser told us, “I […]

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Story Time Tales

Year 6 have been writing and telling stories for a story telling competition organised and run by Miss. Kesmiri, a teacher at The Meaows Primary school. Friday the 3rd of February are the auditions and those that are successful will go through to the semi finals on Monday the 6th of February. Dominic & Adam are doing a story called […]

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Lincoln ice rink lost

Lincoln ice rink lost

Lincoln Ice Rink has been a highlight during the winter months for the past six years.This year however the rink has not appeared in the city centre due to lack of funding. This is a big shame as the ice rink gathered around 20,000 skaters to the centre of Lincoln each year. Lincoln BIG (Business Improvement Group), the organisation who […]

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