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Father's Day in Lincoln 2018: Treats, Events and Gift Ideas
With everything from interactive gaming experiences to food and drink events on this June in Lincoln, 2018 is shaping up to be a great month to treat dad. Here are just some of the best ways to treat him this Father's Day:
What's on in Lincoln this Summer? Top events and things to see in 2018
With a huge amount going on in the coming months, 2018 is all set for a memorable summer for things to do in Lincoln. As well as events to mark the 100th Anniversary of the RAF, there are more festivals, markets and cultured goings on than ever around the city. Here are some of the best, from May Bank Holiday to the balmy days of July and August. Don't forget to check out our other recent blog post on food and drink events for even more choice!
New Bomber Command Centre & Top Aviation History Sites in Lincolnshire
With the 100th Anniversary of the RAF, as well as the opening of the new International Bomber Command Centre, 2018 is set to be a truly special commemorative year for Lincolnshire. Indeed, whether you have a personal or family connection, or simply wish to visit and learn more about the region's role in aviation history, there has never been a better time to visit.
Food & Drink Events in Lincoln: What's on in 2018?
From craft gin to classic Lincolnshire bangers, there is a lot to get your teeth into in and around Lincoln this year. The so-called “larder of England” is as well stocked as ever. Add pop up street food, artisan booze and a cast of national and international food and drink and you have an awesome calendar of events. Here are some of the tastiest as we take a look at what’s on in Lincoln from March to Autumn 2018.Read more
Quirky & Unique Things to See and Do in Lincoln This Year
When it comes to making any city break memorable, there is a lot to be said for listening to the locals and roaming off the beaten trail. So what are the most interesting, quirky and refreshingly eccentric places to visit in Lincoln for 2018? Here are a handful to get tongues wagging and eyes wandering for all the right reasons:Read more
Top Wedding Trends and Ideas for 2018
From special wedding features to fresh thinking on food, décor and gifts, what are the big trends likely to be for 2018? Judging by the recent past and our friends in the industry, the coming months are likely to see several bright ideas become better established, along with a genuine surprise or two. Here are some of the biggest current shifts, along with news of our forthcoming wedding events, which are sure to provide ideas and inspiration for your big day!Read more
2017 Awards and Christmas Events in Lincoln
What an exciting time it has been at the hotel lately! As Christmas creeps closer, we have been back among the hotel awards, while a rich array of festive events provide further reason for good cheer in the coming weeks. Here are just some of the reasons to come visit us this winter, from hotel highlights to a cracking Christmas in Lincoln:
From Grownup Halloween Events to Festive Food Treats in Lincoln
Despite the cooler days and longer nights, the latter months of the year can be a magical time to visit Lincoln. Halloween, Bonfire Night and the festive season are always colourful, with lots going on locally. Meanwhile, we always like to provide some added cheer with our own food events and seasonal specials, whether you have a penchant for fine wines or festive classics. Here are just some of the reasons it promises to be a great end to the year:
Top Autumn Events in Lincoln: What’s on this September & October
Harvest time is probably the tastiest time of year to visit Lincolnshire, as a whole shower of great produce and events spill forth. The city’s own curtain raiser, Lincoln Food & Drink Festival (Lincoln Castle, Sept 16 & 17, 11am-4pm) is one of the biggest of all, featuring over a hundred stalls, famous name chefs (including Michael Caines and Masterchef’s John Torode) and even a double-decker bus bar, packed with quality ales!
Advance tickets are £8 and can be ordered HERE (website has gone down: http://greatfoodanddrinkfestivals.co.uk/lincoln-castle/).