What happened this day in history - February 21

1437 - James I of Scotland was assassinated.

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Bardney WI

A fantastic fun evening was had by members of the WI, along with two guests, at an evening hosted by John and Mike.

The speedwatch group is made up of volunteers

The 1st Horncastle Scout Group is holding a Jumble Sale on Saturday March 10 at their hut in Coronation Walk.

Jumble sale event by town Scout group

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Nostalgia: Pedal power for church funds

Bardney man Mike Rogers was preparing to set off on an 86-mile round trip on two wheels in 1994.

Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association opened its doors for a'special 'Hands On' night inviting Coningsby Young Farmers club'members to go along and have a go at woodturning. EMN-181202-070625001

Young farmers try their hand at woodturning

Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association opened its doors for a special ‘hands on’ night inviting members of Coningsby Young Farmers club to go along and have a go at turning wood.

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Nostalgia: Activity day at Horncastle Library

‘The Musicians of Bremen’ was a popular theme for an activity day at Horncastle Library in 1994.

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Nostalgia: Museum curator talks at history society

Rodney Cousins, (pictured bottom

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What happened this day in history: February 7

1301 - Edward of Caernarvon (later Edward II of England) became the first English Prince of Wales.

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Nostalgia: Horncastle Town remain unbeaten

In 1994, Horncastle Town First Team remained unbeaten in the Boston Premier League.

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Horncastle Probus members learn about healthwatch

At the recent meeting of Horncastle Probus Club, members where entertained by Oonagh Quinn, Stakeholder Engagement Officer, on the work and aims of the Healthwatch Lincolnshire, an independent consumer champion, which gathers and represents the views of the public.

B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

Weddings can be expensive affairs but high street retailer B&M has released a new selection of wedding accessories to make your big day that bit more affordable with prices starting at just one pound.

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Nostalgia: Ladies darts champions

Competitors in the Coningsby and Tattershall Ladies Darts League battled it out on the oche at their finals night at Coningsby

Which slice is laced with fiery chilli? The new pizza roulette challenge from Sleaford's Oasis Pizza and Kebab. EMN-180126-160629001

Town takeaway is challenging diners to Pizza Roulette

Anyone up for a game of pizza roulette?

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Nostalgia: First days at school

This group of pupils from Horncastle

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What happened this day in history: January 31

1606 - Guy Fawkes and his associates were hanged, drawn and quartered in London, for plotting against Parliament and King James.

Enjoy the ultimate rock 'n' roll experience at Tattershall Lakes Country Park. EMN-180130-152436001

Ultimate rock ‘n’ roll experience at Tattershall Lakes

Visitors to a popular holiday park near Horncastle will soon be able to kick back and relax in accommodation fit for a rock star.

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East Barkwith Gardeners

The first meeting of the year for the Barkwith and District Gardeners Association is the annual social evening, with a buffet supper and entertainment by Witless.

Horncastle Cadets pictured at a Remembrance Day service.

Horncastle cadets on look out for new recruits

Horncastle RAF Air Cadets are on the look out for new recruits.

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Drive your car hire costs down this half term

New research from holiday comparison website, TravelSupermarket has revealed families looking to hire a car this half term could be paying up to 19 times more for a vehicle purchased at the airport on arrival vs booking the same car type in advance online.

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Nostalgia: Youngsters enjoy library craft event

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