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Lincoln 'Youngstars' reach No. 1 on UK physical singles chart

A GROUP of Lincolnshire schoolchildren have reached number one in the physical singles chart, for their song Tears of the World. 213 more words

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Lancaster Pilot Maxwell Storey - 149 Squadron

I was recently contacted by a reader who was trying to find out information about her grandfather, F.O. Maxwell Graydon Storey, 149 Squadron RAAF, Bomber Command, … 702 more words

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Lincolnshire Youngstars group reach Number 1 in physical music charts

A GROUP of Lincolnshire schoolchildren have reached number one in the physical singles chart, for their song Tears of the World.

The record has been written and produced by musical legends Jim Dooley, of the 70s pop group the Dooleys, Dan Saxon and Simply Red guitarist, Mark Jaimes. 185 more words

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Shot down over Nazi-occupied Europe, RCAF veteran remembers the dead

For several hours a day over most of Remembrance Week, 98-year-old air force veteran Art Anderson continues his service to Canada, selling poppies at the entrance to Windsor’s Superstore on Dougall Avenue. 633 more words

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Roman discoveries at Bomber Command site

Lincolnshire archaeologists Allen Archaeology have been excavating at the site of the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln for the last couple of years, and have been adding to our understanding of Roman occupation to the south of the Colonia, on a prominent location on the top of the ridge overlooking the town. 181 more words

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IBCC Interview #9: Denis Kelly - 467 Squadron Wireless Operator and Evader

“I thought, I’m done, I can’t get out of this ditch, I’m gunna die here. And that was frightening.”

When I rang 467 Squadron wireless operator Denis Kelly to arrange an interview for the International Bomber Command Centre’s Digital Archive, he told me that he’d almost completed his tour of operations when he was shot down over France in July 1944.

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Warren Herbert Cheale

Warren Herbert Cheale, who lived with his family in Burton Joyce, moved to the High School in January 1944 to work as an Acting Pilot Officer with the School Flight of the Air Training Corps. 1,139 more words

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