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Boston’s first cinema experience in the great outdoors

Boston’s first outdoor cinema experience will be taking place next week.

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Boston Dragon Boat Festival. EMN-170814-095007001 Photo: David Dawson

PICTURES: Teams get fired up for Dragon Boat festival

Teams raced to victory on Sunday as the sixth annual Boston Dragon Boat Festival took place.

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Undated film still handout from Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets. Pictured: Dane DeHaan as Major Valerian as Rihanna as Bubble. See PA Feature FILM Reviews. Picture credit should read: PA Photo/Lionsgate Films/Daniel Smith. WARNING: This picture must only be used to accompany PA Feature FILM Reviews. NNL-170708-113103001 NNL-170708-113103001

FILM REVIEW: Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets (12A)

This summer’s latest big space based adventure is brought to us by director Luc ‘The Fifth Element’ Besson, who has made some classic films like ‘Leon: The Professional’ but also some pretty terrible efforts such as ‘Lucy’.

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You might even up end on a date on the island of Fernando's!

Take Me Out looking for singletons for new series

Ever fancied being on TV? Well if you’re single and looking for love, now’s your chance!

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exhibition and sale of paintings

The Boston Art Group is returning to The Stump for its summer art exhibition and sale of paintings.

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People have reacted to the BBC pay revelations

Prime-time BBC quiz show looking for contestants

The BBC is looking for contestants from our county for a new game show with a difference.

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Raise lots by visiting plots

Willoughby Road Allotments, in Boston, is set to open next Sunday, August 13, as part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS).

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Beach event in Boston Central Park. L-R Jack Boulton 7 and Harry Boulton. EMN-170308-160136001

IN PICTURES: All the fun of the seaside comes to Boston

Crowds have enjoyed a fun day ‘at the beach’ in Boston’s Central Park as part of a two-day event bringing the seaside inland.

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Lights are planned to run down every lane in Boston, a test run is also planned to take place soon. Photo: Nathan Bryant.

Praise for hard working lights committee

Councillors have praised the hard work of a Christmas Lights committee after organisers confirmed all their plans were in place.

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Mareham le Fen produce show. Organiser and helpers L-R Jenny Palmer, Janet Eastgate, Sian Feetham, Janet Fowler and Sue Beacham - organiser.

IN PICTURES: Competition raises £150 for new hall

A community show for growers saw more than 190 exhibits compete for prizes and more than £150 raised towards a new village hall.

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Vintage Lincolnshire Road Car buses giving free bus rides from Boston Bus Station. Front L-R Chairman of Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum Steven Milner with David Briggs and John Briggs.

PICTURES: On the buses with vintage day

Vintage Lincolnshire Road Car buses transported people back in time last weekend with free trips to Kirton.

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Dunkirk, now in cinemas.

FILM REVIEW: Dunkirk (12A)

Strong hearts are required for Christopher ‘Dark Knight Trilogy’ Nolan’s homage to and reverent retelling of the desperate evacuation of the Allied forces who found themselves were cut off, surrounded and hunted by the German army.

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Boston United Football Club community day. L-R Maureen Blackwell and Sandra Richmond selling season tickets. EMN-170725-101707001

IN PICTURES: Stadium opens doors to community

Boston United held its annual community day on Sunday.

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Author Tim Atkinson.

Success in bid to get war story into print

A Boston author is looking ahead to the publication of his next book following a successful online campaign to get it into print.

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The Island with Bear Grylls looking for Lincolnshire contestants

The Island with Bear Grylls looking for Lincolnshire contestants

The producers of a TV survival show are looking for Lincolnshire adventurers to test their skills in the wilderness.

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King John

Oak Island treasure hunter on a mysterious quest for Royal gold

A TV treasure hunter from Lincolnshire is on a quest to find Royal jewels lost in the muds of The Wash 800 years ago.

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Paul Britchard (left) takes part in a re-enactment at the We'll Meet Again war museum which is opening on August 12.

War museum set for grand opening

The owners of a newly-built Second World War museum are hoping to get a ‘V’ for victory when the facility has its grand opening next month.

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Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Most of us can’t tell what’s wrong with a faked picture - underlining the threat to democracy by the spread of made up propaganda, a study shows.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Fearless, Doctor Who, BBC pay

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

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Bid to mark 100th year of town park

Bid to mark 100th year of town park

Plans are being drawn up for major improvements at Boston’s Central Park to make its centenary in two years’ time.

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