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Spectacular show from Horncastle-based dance school

Talented youngsters from the Horncastle-based Julie Deane School of Dance will be putting on a spectacular show tomorrow Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21.

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Enjoy ramble with Boston walking group

Lovers of the great outdoors can take part in a stroll with a Boston walking group this weekend.

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Evening of musical joy with Gospelers

An evening of free musical entertainment is on offer this Friday, April 20, as The Gospelers perform in Horncastle’s St Mary’s Church.

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Horncastle what’s on: April 18 - April 25, 2018

To have your event listed email dianne.tuckett@jpress.co.uk or call 07803 505588

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Area what’s on: April 18 - April 25, 2018

What’s happening in the villages around Horncastle

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Tea with a GP for St Barnabas fund

A ladies afternoon tea will be held at Market Rasen Golf Club on Thursday May 17, at 2.30pm, in aid of St Barnabas Hospice.

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New research programme is set to focus on Bolingbroke, Dewey Hill and Rout Yard

It’s the birthplace of an English king and now exciting research could unlock more secrets about Bolingbroke Castle.

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Fickle Friends will headline JoeFest, at Stourton Estate, Baumber. Picture: Daniel Harris. EMN-180413-123314001

Line-up announced for Lincolnshire music festival

A two-day music festival in Baumber, near Horncastle, has announced its biggest line up ever.

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The Drifters at Lincoln theatre

The Drifters will be performing songs you know and love at Lincoln New Theatre Royal on Saturday May 5.

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PPP looks amazing but the on-screen calculator can be annoying

Console Corner: Penny Punching Princess Nintendo Switch review

Zany, wacky, maddening and cool RPG is fit for a Princess.

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The Turnor Arms, in Wragby, will soon be converted into an English and Indian restaurant. EMN-181004-093925001

New restaurant to ‘spice’ things up in Wragby

A Wragby business owner is set to launch his latest venture this month - a 100-seater restaurant which combines English and Indian cuisine.

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Ladies dance class in Tetford

A Ladies Dance Class has started at Hamilton Hall in Tetford.

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Grand opening of extended gallery in Horncastle

A new exhibitors’ section at a Horncastle art gallery is to open this weekend - with a local war veteran preparing to do the honours.

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Mike is on track for another heritage talk in Horncastle

Talks on the Lincolnshire rail network are always popular and the topic will be revisited in Horncastle next week.

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GALLERY: Dragon Egg hunt and fun day at Bolingbroke Castle

Children enjoyed a ‘magical, mythical’ day out at Bolingbroke Castle’s dragon egg hunt and family fun day.

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Area what’s on: April 11 - April 18. 2018

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What’s on in Horncastle: April 11 - April 18, 2018

To have your event or regular activity included email dianne.tuckett@jpress.co.uk or call 07803 505588

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New website launched to mark fire service centenary

A new website examining 100 years of fire service history has been launched today (April 9) as part of plans to mark the centenary of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU).

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Dazzling diva at Lincoln theatre

Internationally renowned and critically acclaimed diva La Voix is bringing her variety show to Lincoln this month.

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Lincolnshire based hospice announces winning films for outdoor festival

With more than 2,000 votes submitted, members of the public have chosen the films they would like to see at the Barnabas Big Screen.

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