Iconic Nokia 3310 officially relaunched: Everything you need to know

Nokia has relaunched its classic 3310 mobile phone as the tech firm revealed a new line-up in an attempted revamp of the company.

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Face painting fun in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Circus skills workshop

All the fun of the circus was enjoyed by Boston area scouts, beavers and cubs during a special day of celebration in February 2007.

Do you know someone who drinks more than 7 pints a week?

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years ‘raise heart disease risk’

Men who drink more than a pint of beer a day over several years may increase their risk of heart disease by prematurely ageing their arteries, new research suggests.

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The groundbreaking ceremony in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: First sod dug for development at Sibsey Free School

After four years’ hard work and fundraising, February 2007 saw the first sod dug for Sibsey Free School’s new pre- and after-school club and holiday building.

The photo shared on social media taken by Will Robinson which he claimed showed a dead rat caught in a trap he found under his chair at a Brewer's Fayre in Boston.

Pub re-opens after investigation finds no rodent activity

A Boston pub has been given a clean bill of health after social media claims that a dead rat had been found on the premises.

The RSPB's Mick Todd with Old Leake Primary School pupils in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Bird bonanza at Old Leake

This group of eco warriors from Old Leake Primary School enjoyed an ornithological extravaganza in February 2007 when Mick Todd came to visit from the RSPB.

A demonstration of a height adjustable bed at Boston General Hospital in 1967. The bed had been made to a specification and design resulting from a study conducted by Kings Edward Fund for London in collaboration with the Arts Council.

NOSTALGIA: Fifty years ago, 1967

Nurses at Boston General Hospital had been looking at a new bed for use in wards.

Pupils at St Thomas' in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Story time for Boston school pupils as Book Day is held

St Thomas’ Primary School, in Boston, celebrated Book Day in February 2007.

Roast monkfish with Puy lentils

RECIPE: Roast monkfish with Puy lentils

There’s no two ways about it, the monkfish, otherwise known as the frogfish, goosefish or sea devil, is one ugly fish, writes James Waller-Davies.

Children at Sibsey Free Primary School with St John Ambulance in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: St John Ambulance school visit

Sibsey Free Primary School were treated to a visit by St John Ambulance this week in 2007.

Volleyball coaching sessions for Sibsey youngsters in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Volleyball sessions for Sibsey school

Children at Sibsey Free Primary School had been enjoying weekly volleyball coaching sessions in 2007.

Beavering away in 1987, Boston's first set of Beavers.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1987

Fast food giants McDonalds was to open one of its ‘hamburger restaurants’ in Boston, The Standard reported.

The puppet workshop at Sibsey Free School in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Puppet workshop for Sibsey pupils

Children at Sibsey Free School took part in a puppet workshop this week in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Spiky goings-on at Boston nursery

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Spiky goings-on at Boston nursery

There were spiky goings-on at Staniland Primary School’s nursery class in early 2007 when one of the children found a hedgehog on their way to school.

Cleaning up Kirton in early February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Clean-up in Kirton

It was clean-up time in Kirton this week in 2007 as the village hit back against its litter problem.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1972

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1972

Pictured here from this week from 1972 are Wyberton children enjoying a party put on especially for them.

Music students pictured in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Open day at college

Boston College was in the news in early February 2007 over a potential move to West Street.

Children at Hawthorn Tree Primary School in February 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: New play equipment for Hawthorn Tree pupils

Children at Hawthorn Tree Primary School, in Boston, were enjoying some new play equipment in late January 2007.

Spinach pasta

RECIPE: It’s tasty food on a budget

Food is getting more expensive. The latest rise in inflation published recently cited an increase in the cost of food as one of the main underlying reasons, writes James Waller-Davies.

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