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See a history in the breaking

A unique exhibition featuring an archaeologist and an artist is at the National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) in Sleaford.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: The Last Kingdom, Vera, 6 Nations Rugby

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

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Cinema screenings could soon be back in town. EMN-170320-162340001

Town set to go back to the movies

Sleaford looks set to see a cinema revival thanks to volunteers at the town’s theatre.

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Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

A popular TV show is looking for children to take part in a new Channel 4 TV series.

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Staunch supporter of heritage in the district, Coun Marion Brighton, with members of Welbourn Parish Council and the deeds for Welbourn Forge. EMN-170313-141838001

Forge sold by NKDC

The historic Welbourn Forge is under new ownership.

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The vintage wedding dress exhibition at Sleaford Museum. EMN-170314-135038001

Vintage wedding frocks on display at museum

Sleaford Museum has an interesting new display of late 18th century and 19th century frocks and wedding gowns with accessories, titled ‘How we used to dress’ (entry is free).

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Now in cinemas ... Logan.

FILM REVIEW: Logan (15)

Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. And God made it last too long.

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The catering team in costume. EMN-170603-182029001

Literary themed dressing up and other fun for World Book Day

Sir William Robertson Academy celebrated the wonderful world of reading on World Book Day on Thursday with teaching staff dressing as book characters along with many of the pupils.

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Year one pupils at St Botolph's School with two Carre's pupils dressed up for World Book Day activities. EMN-170603-114520001

Sleaford area youngsters dress up for World Book Day

Thursday saw parents helping their children don costumes ranging from Harry Potters and Hermione Grangers to Where’s Wally and the Gruffalo for the traditional World Book Day celebrations at Sleaford area schools.

Education
James Waller-Davies

TV REVIEW: Back To The Land with Kate Humble, Top Gear, Mary Berry Everyday, 6 Nations Rugby.

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

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TV chef Phil Vickery, fellow chef Paul Vidic and friends tucking into fish and chips at the Elite fish restaurant in Sleaford on Tuesday night. EMN-171003-102754001

TV chef Phil Vickery gives the thumbs up to Sleaford chippy

TV chef Phil Vickery dropped in for a bit to eat a Sleaford chippy on Tuesday night and gave it the thumbs up!

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Scaffolding goes up on Mrs Smith's Cottage at Navenby. EMN-170228-120414001

VIDEO: Video of images projected onto Navenby heritage attraction for consultation event

A video of images put together by school students has been projected onto a heritage attraction as part of a consultation event.

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New series of Blind Date looking for Lincolnshire singletons

New series of Blind Date looking for Lincolnshire singletons

Legendary TV dating show makes its returns to our screens this year and the production company behind it is looking for Lincolnshire singletons to take part.

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North Kesteven School students who have been working on a video about Mrs Smith's Cottage in Navenby. EMN-170603-153401001

School creates video about Navenby heritage attraction

School children have been creating a video which will be used as part of the collection of memories at a Navenby heritage attraction.

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Scaffolding goes up on Mrs Smith's Cottage at Navenby. EMN-170228-120414001

Scaffolding marks start of cottage restoration programme

Scaffolding has gone up as work begins to restore Navenby visitor attraction Mrs Smith’s Cottage.

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Going back to school with his latest book, Sleafords Malcolm Moyes.

Ex-teacher’s sequel to debut fiction novel

A ex-assistant headteacher at a Sleaford school has published a sequel to the novel which saw him debut as a fiction writer last year.

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The cast of Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks producers warn of FAKE Facebook casting call for extras

Lime pictures, producers of hit Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks have issued a warning after it emerged that companies claiming to be recruiting paid extras on their behalf were doing so WITHOUT the knowledge or consent of the producers.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Prime Suspect 1973, Meet The Lords, The Nightly Show

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

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A Cure For Wellness.

FILM REVIEW: A Cure for Wellness (18)

“Do you know what the cure for the human condition is? Disease...”

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