Lincoln organisations are working together to try and bring some festive cheer to homeless people.
A £15 million development plan has been made public for the remodelling and enlargement of the St Marks area.
The number of incidents on the Lincoln High Street level crossing have been reduced since the opening of its footbridge.
A sea of red was seen in Lincoln this past weekend, as the annual Santa Fun Run and Walk hit the streets for its 11th year.
Success as leading children’s charity, The Prince’s Trust, held a showcase event at Waterside Shopping Centre last week.
Residents and visitors to Lincoln alike are expressing frustration at the lack of available public parking spaces in Lincoln. The city, which attracts many tourists, students and workers into the inner city provides very little in the way of spaces for these people to park and leave their cars for the day.
The Lincoln Christmas Market has had a steady up rise in profit and visitation between the years of 2014 and 2015.
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A claim that eating five pieces of fruit and vegetables a day is “unrealistic” has been argued by both nutritionists and the Lincoln public.