Passengers travelling on London North East Railway and Hull Trains are facing cancellation and delays after cracks were found on a train model on Great Western Railway.The issue was found in the Hitachi 800 series trains, with LNER and Hull Trains taking the model out of service whilst the problem is investigated.
It comes after a gin produced year raised more than £6,500 for the charity A Lincolnshire gin producer has launched a new tipple to raise funds for St Barnabas Hospice.Bottomley Distillers, the home of Pin Gin, based in Louth, has made its second collaborative gin called ‘Est.
May 8 marks 80 years since a devastating German bombing run on Lincoln during the Blitz Life in Lincolnshire during the Second World War saw women trained on the homefront, devastating bombing runs around the city, and trenches dug by residents as a last defence.These images collated by Lincolnshire Live mark an important anniversary.
It's set to be another gloomy weekend It’s set to be a damp weekend in northern Lincolnshire, following an overcast Bank Holiday.Winds could reach up to 37MPH in parts of Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Scunthorpe, although it’ll feel cooler than recent temperatures at around 12C.
The final day of vote counting in this years local elections The vote for Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner will be counted and announced today.This is the final election result from this year's set to be revealed, with five candidates vying for the role.Along with Lincolnshire and Lincoln city council elections, the vote was part of super Thursday, with local elections taking place up and down the country.
More people are buying fixer-uppers amid a housing shortage.But do the sums add up?Some people busied themselves perfecting their baking skills during lockdowns.Others, like Adam Vernon and Abbey Budd, used their spare time more productively: to create their first home together.
Record number of under-10s are found with guns and knives fuelling fears they are being exploited by county lines gangs
A record number of children under ten have been found armed with guns and knives amid fears they are being exploited by county lines gangs.Police figures show a steep increase in the number of children who were investigated for having weapons – but were below the age of criminal responsibility.
GARDENERS' WORLD presenter Adam Frost shared how to repair a damaged lawn on tonight's episode.He told viewers how his lawn became damaged from a fire pit.Gardeners’ World was presented by Adam Frost this week who shared his advice for repairing a damaged lawn and planting herbs.
Counting is taking place across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire after people went to the polls on May 6 to vote for local councillors, city mayors, metro mayors and police and crime commissioners.The results are expected to be announced throughout the weekend as social distancing has meant that counting will take longer than usual.
The landlord took over the pub in July 2020 A Lincolnshire council has rejected plans to turn a small village pub into housing.Plans were submitted to South Holland District Council to turn the Plough Inn, in Jekils Banks, Holbeach St Johns, into a residential property.
A Lincolnshire man has pleaded guilty to causing the death of a 17-year-old boy after the Mercedes Benz he was driving crashed into a tree.Aaron Hall, 20, admitted death by careless driving which resulted in the death of Jack McLoughlin when he appeared at Lincoln's Magistrate's Court on May 6.
Those planning to head out this weekend will need to take an umbrella It's that time again when we get ready to enjoy another weekend of freedom and the great outdoors with our friends and family.And since bars, restaurants, cafes, and shops, have at least partially reopened we have been spoilt with good weather whilst many enjoy a crisp beer in the bright sun.
All 70 seats at the county council, which is currently Conservative-led, are contested.On Thursday, people across Lincolnshire took to the ballot box to vote in the local elections 2021 - the first election since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.There were three elections in total; with an election to appoint members of Lincolnshire County Council, members of City of Lincoln Council, plus other by-elections.
So it’s goodbye climate deniers, hello – and you’ll pardon me for being blunt here – climate bullshitters.The impacts of the climate emergency are now so obvious, only the truly deluded still deny them.Instead, we are at the point where everyone agrees something must be done, but many are making only vague, distant promises of ineffective action.
Four people were arrested Police arrested a driver after chasing him for around 19-miles from Grantham to just outside Sleaford.The driver of a blue Ford KA failed to stop for Lincolnshire Police officers in Harrowby Lane, in Grantham, on Wednesday, May 5 after 5pm.Officers pursued the vehicle, through Londonthorpe Road, before eventually coming to a stop in Queens Road, in Great Hale, Sleaford.
A young boy is recovering in hospital in Sheffield after a hit-and-run which left him needing eight hours of surgery in one day.Kayne Delee, aged 12, suffered a shattered leg and pelvis and a broken arm, nose and eye socket after being hit by a car as he crossed the road outside his home to say goodnight to his mum who works in a care home opposite.
CRUEL thugs placed a sock over a swan's head in what RSPCA called a "mindless prank".Police believe the sock was fitted intentionally on the swan's head because of how snug it was, and officers warned the creature could have suffocated or starved to death.
A bat paid a brief visit Staff at the Energy from Waste plant in North Hykeham were delighted to discover a bat paid them a visit during their annual shutdown.General Manager of the plant, Juergen Schaper, said: “The energy from waste plant here in Lincolnshire takes in 190,000 tonnes of local residual waste each year and we convert it into energy but every year or so we have to give the plant a rest to check everything is working well.
And this is how you can make money picking elderflowers for Belvoir Fruit Farms The boss of a family-owned fruit cordial business said he hopes the recent dry spell won’t damage this year’s elderflower harvest ahead of the May/June picking season.The team at Belvoir Fruit Farms will be harvesting their own organic elderflowers in the coming weeks – and accepting bin bags of fresh pickings from a small army of helpers who will take to the local fields, woods and country lanes.
Police launched a manhunt today for the 'mindless' thugs who almost suffocated a swan by putting a sock over its head and neck.The bird was left in the dark after the black sock was placed over its head as it swam in the Catchwater Drain in Lincoln, Lincolnshire.