Please tell that to the weather Lincoln has been named as one of the best cities for outdoors eating and drinking this summer.Even though hospitality is set to reopen indoors when the coronavirus restrictions are eased on May 17, alfresco spots will always be in demand on a warm, sunny day.
Prince Charles has only met his grandson Archie twice and couldn’t find an up-to-date photo to use for his birthday message, according to reports.Palace officials were left feeling uncomfortable as they were forced to accompany their posts with press photos from just after the toddler was born and official christening pictures, it is claimed.
THE Duchess of Cambridge was celebrating a new chapter in her life yesterday - as a best-selling author.Kate’s book Hold Still, with 100 photos depicting Britain in lockdown, went straight to the top of Amazon’s sales list on release day.It was published a year to the day since Kate launched the photography project with the National Portrait gallery, encouraging the public to capture the “spirit of the nation” during the pandemic.
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE and the Queen have "striking similarities" in stunning pictures of the two at a similar age.Princess Charlotte: Expert reacts to image with Prince Philip A new picture of Charlotte was released for her sixth birthday last week, which shows the young royal with a huge grin and long hair.
The battles faced by sufferers of ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) should not be refought by long Covid patients, says Dr Mark Harper, chair of the Cambridge ME Support Group, ahead of International ME Awareness Day on May 12.Until very recently, the NHS treated ME – aka chronic fatigue syndrome – patients with cognitive behaviour therapy, or CBT.
The Sulphurites chief rotated heavily for the visit of Cambridge United last week and was rewarded with a scintillating performance as the League Two promotion-chasers were seen off in a nine-goal thriller.And Weaver plans to field a similar starting line-up at Cheltenham on Saturday afternoon, once again providing those on the fringes of his squad with a platform to impress, while trying to de-rail the top-of-the-table Robins' title push at the same time.
The next time you are out walking, try to really immerse yourself in the countryside – as an innocuous-looking path or tree might just have a fascinating story associated with it.This is the advice of Chris Spalton, a software designer who works for Redgate Software in Cambridge, who has written a book about the region’s folktales, entitled Apparitions of East Anglia.
KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, is finding herself in a better position than Princess Diana as she readies to become the next Princess of Wales, a royal commentator has noted.Kate Middleton has ‘helped’ William with press says Angela Levin Kate is preparing to become the next Princess of Wales, a role she will likely take on when the Queen's reign ends and Prince Charles becomes King.
The Mariners head to the Abbey Stadium for their final game of the season, where the hosts are looking to wrap up promotion to League One Paul Hurst is aiming to make himself the villain this afternoon as Grimsby Town look to spoil Cambridge United’s party.The Mariners head to the Abbey Stadium for their final game of the season this afternoon, with the hosts looking to secure their promotion to League Two.
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the person behind an animal cruelty case in East Cambridge, where a cat was found taped down and shot to death with a BB gun Thursday morning.At 8 a.m., an animal control officer with the Cambridge Animal Commission responded to a call about a cat crying under a car, according to a police alert issued Friday.
BETHEL PARK, Pa. (KDKA) – The Bethel Park Police Department alerted residents about two burglaries, and those who live near the burglarized homes were shocked.Police said someone broke into the homes on Old Ox and Cambridge roads between 3 and 5 a.m. on Friday.
KATE MIDDLETON has "ruthless survival streak" which makes her "well suited" for life as a members of the Royal Family, according to sources.The Duchess of Cambridge married the second heir to the throne Prince William on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
Cambridge police and the MSCPA are asking for the public's help locating the person behind a case of animal cruelty in East Cambridge.The MSPCA says a young male cat was found dead near the intersection of Hurley and Sciarappa Street around 8 a.m. Thursday.Authorities said the cat had been bound and shot.
There was surprise and delight when the royals issued public birthday greetings to little Archie on social media as he turned two this week.Behind the scenes, however, palace officials found themselves in an uncomfortable position after finding they didn't have an up-to-date picture of Harry and Meghan's son to accompany their posts.
Princess Charlotte is set to follow in the footsteps of her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, as a style icon.The six-year-old royal looks set to become as much of a trendsetter as her mother Catherine after the floral dress she was pictured in for her recent birthday post on social media completely sold out.
150 copies of Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020 were hidden in parks, woodland, city squares and train stations all over the UK They were hidden the length and breadth of the country, on cafe chairs and park benches, in woodland, city squares and train stations.
When Simon Woolley visited Cambridge at the age of 26 it lit a fire inside him.Leaving school without A-levels, he was working as a salesman for a film company.He was doing better than many his age, with his own flat and company car.But something was missing.
The Duchess of Cambridge has hailed the “power of photography” as she launched the book of her landmark project to capture images of life under lockdown.Kate said the 100 photographs taken by the public and featured in Hold Still: A Portrait Of Our Nation In 2020, left her feeling she had “lived through the experience” of the people in the pictures.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been hiding personalised copies of her photography book around the UK.The 39-year-old royal launched 'Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020' - a collection of 100 images reflecting life in lockdown last year - on Friday (07.05.21) by teaming up with the Book Fairies to leave 150 copies of the tome at meaningful locations, with each one specially packaged with a letter from the duchess concealed inside.
The Duchess of Cambridge has played fairy godmother to readers across the capital and left her book featuring images from her landmark photographic project for them to find.Hold Still is a book of 100 photographs taken by members of the public during lockdown covering three themes – helpers and heroes, your new normal and acts of kindness.