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What happened this day in history: December 13

1577 - Francis Drake set out from Plymouth in ‘The Golden Hind’, on his journey around the world.

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Otters dive in and make a big splash at presentation night

More than a hundred parents and children packed Stanhope Hall recently for this year’s Horncastle Otters Swimming Club presentation night.

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What happened this day in history: December 6

1492 - Columbus discovered Hispaniola, now know as Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

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Video: Woodhall Spa Santa Dash

Hundreds of Santas were on the starting blocks for the Santa Dash
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Nostalgia: Haven pot over £1,200 for local charities

When it comes to helping out worthy

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Horncastle school supports Rotary shoebox appeal

Hundreds of shoeboxes will soon be on their way to Eastern Europe thanks to the generous people who supported the Rotary Club’s annual appeal.

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Bingo for Friends of Pilgrim Hospital

An evening of prize bingo will take place at Coningsby Community Hall next week in aid of the Coningsby Friends of Pilgrim Hospital.

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Nostalgia: Summer playscheme fun

Lots of fun was had for all in Revesby when

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Wragby round-up

Christmas, council and entertainment

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Horncastle Masons give cash boost to nursery

Members of Bolingbroke Castle Masons of Horncastle have presented £750 to the Tim Tin Nursery and Kids Club at Martin, near Metheringham.

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What happened this day in history: November 29

1781 - The crew of the British slave ship Zong murdered 133 Africans by dumping them into the sea to claim insurance.

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East Barkwith WI

Another successful harvest meeting for members and guests has raised £100 for St Barnabas Hospice.

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Nostalgia: Boost for LIVES

The Tetford and Hundleby charity

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Tattershall students talk themselves to the top

Students from the Barnes Wallis Academy are proving to top of the debating class.

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Nostalgia: Celebrations in the sun in Thimbleby

The beautiful village of Thimbleby basked in bright sunshine in 1994 - just at the right time for the annual gardens and produce competition.

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Horncastle Methodist fair success

An array of stalls filled Horncastle Methodist Church as the November Fair took place.

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Annual lecture at Woodhall Spa

The annual lecture for the Cottage Museum in Woodhall Spa will be held tomorrow (Friday, November 24).

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Seven laws you might be breaking in your own garden without realising it

Thousands of British gardeners are at risk of becoming unwitting criminals due to a lack of knowledge of basic gardening laws, experts have claimed.

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What happened this day in history: November 22

1718 - British pirate Edward Teach (Blackbeard) was killed in battle with a boarding party, led by Royal Navy Lieutenant Robert Maynard.

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Horncastle Family History

Jean Townsend gave a talk entitled The Royal Consorts to Horncastle Family History Group in October and what a delight it was.

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