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Museum on the airwaves

Visitors to Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum at the weekend could join in an amateur radio special event - International Museums Weekend.

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Gifted, now in cinemas.

FILM REVIEW: Gifted (12A)

Mary (Mckenna Grace) is a special young girl, she might actually be a genius but her life isn’t easy, adopted by her good hearted uncle Frank (Chris Evans) after her mother took her own life.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Theresa v Boris; Murdered for Being Different.

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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UPDATE: Times for Flying Scotsman passing through Lincolnshire tomorrow (Saturday) have changed

UPDATE: Times for Flying Scotsman passing through Lincolnshire tomorrow (Saturday) have changed

The rail tour operators behind a train pulled by the legendary Flying Scotsman have announced an amended timetable for those interested in seeing it as it passes through the Sleaford area.

Transport
The National Centre for Craft and Design.

Competition celebrating young talent at arts venue

Entries have poured into Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) as part of an annual competition.

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Youngsters, parents and Sleaford Library staff enjoy their teddy bears' picnic. EMN-170613-115525001

Bears sleep over and have a picnic at Sleaford Library for Bookstart Week

Youngsters and their parents joined in a teddy bears’ picnic at Sleaford Library on Friday to round off national Bookstart Week.

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The Mummy.

FILM REVIEW: The Mummy (15)

All hail the new Dark Universe which launches with The Mummy – Universal Studio’s ambitious reboot of their classic monsters who will end up rubbing shoulders in one big shared cinematic crossover. Sounds exciting, huh?

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Shadow of the Wyvern railings by Lucy Hubbert, in the Monument Gardens on Southgate. EMN-170616-094152001

Local finalists’ photography work on show in Sleaford gallery

An exhibition showing work produced by finalists for a competition is currently on display at the Carre Gallery, in Sleaford.

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Kodi add-ons shut down in a crackdown on illegal streaming

Kodi add-ons shut down in a crackdown on illegal streaming

TV media player Kodi has closed two of its most popular streaming channels following a lawsuit from US satellite broadcaster Dish Network.

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Unveiling their new footbridge mosaic at Sleaford rail station. Children from Ancaster School's Class Jamaica with, from left - Clive Yates of East Midlands Trains, local artist Louise Hill, Community Rail Partnership Officer Kay Robinson and Sustrans Schools Officer Jon Moody. EMN-170613-170218001

School children give mosaic makeover to Sleaford rail station

Artistic pupils from Ancaster Primary School have brightened up Sleaford railway station’s footbridge.

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Restoration work at Mrs Smith's Cottage in Navenby.

Find out more about Mrs Smith’s Cottage restoration project

People are being given the opportunity to find out more and give their views on the restoration of Mrs Smith’s Cottage at a special drop-in session.

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Wonder Woman.

Film Review: Wonder Woman (12A)

Since a boy watching Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman on TV back in the ‘70s I’ve had a bit of a thing for Diana Prince – Princess of Themyscira.

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Cogglesford Mill.

Discover more about watermill in Sleaford

A milling day will take place this Sunday, June 11, at Cogglesford Watermill, in East Road, Sleaford. From 11am to 4pm, visitors can see the mill in action. You can also purchase a bag of homemade flour on sale at the shop. For more, call 01529 308102.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: General election results coverage

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...

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Pirates Of The Carribean: Salazar's Revenge.

FILM REVIEW: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (12A)

Yo-ho yo-ho a pirate’s life for cinema viewers again – for the 5th time!?

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Twin Peaks, The Handmaid’s Tale, and John Noakes

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television.

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Cogglesford Mill open day for National Mills Weekend. Heritage volunteer Malcolm Phillips with Tiberius Huston 7 of Waddington. EMN-170519-164841001

Watermill celebrates national mill festival

Heritage volunteers looking after Cogglesford Watermill in Sleaford welcomed visitors to celebrate National Mills Weekend last week.

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Visitors taking part in a stone carving workshop. EMN-170517-142028001

Stone carving at arts venue

Artist and sculptor James Sutton is holding a three-day course in limestone carving at Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD), in Navigation Wharf.

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James Waller Davies

TV COLUMN: King Charles III, The One Show, General Election update

Line of Duty (BBC1) confirmed itself as the television event of the year so far with a thrilling finale.

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