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November 17, 2019

Saxilby

Happy Lincolnshire Day You Yellow-bellied Folk.

Lincolnshire’s official county day is here Sausage readers and it marks the anniversary of the Lincolnshire Rising, a revolt by Catholics against the establishment of the Church of England by Henry VIII on 1st October 1536. Yellowbellies (pronounced yeller belly) born and bred in Lincolnshire, and those who have moved to the county and now

Benefit Caps Hurt Families County Wide

  Benefit caps have left families across the county with deep scarring after not being checked thoroughly by Austerity Hits Ltd based in Saxilby https://thelincolnshiresausage.com/2019/05/19/austerity-factory-to-open-at-saxilby/ A massive fail in the final inspection process of the benefit caps was to blame. The caps left the factory un-fettled with very sharp edges, cutting families – who are

Lincoln Canal To Go Under The Hammer.

  An 11 mile stretch of canal between Brayford Pool and Torksey is to be sold at auction today. It is believed to be the oldest person made waterway of its time. Formally known as man made but due to the complaints received  from the local W.I. it had to be reclassified. It was built