Here are six images from our archives taken 10 years ago – one each for the Boston Standard, Horncastle News, Louth Leader, Market Rasen Mail, Skegness Standard and Sleaford Standard areas …
The Boston Technology Hub was launched at Boston College 10 years ago. The venue aimed to give people the chance to learn more about emerging technologies, test out equipment before making a purchase, access work shops and network with other businesses. Technology showcased at a launch event included a desktop 3D printer, handheld colour 3D scanner, and a high-precision laser cutter and engraver. Pictured (from left) are Kerry Gray, Nikita Cawthorn, JJ Ivatt, Bailey Brown, Marcus James, Liam Stringer and Ryan Ruddock with Thomas Allwood and Adrian Harrison of Burdens Group, Sutterton. Photo: David Dawson
Horncastle Cub Scouts taking part in the Horncastle Remembrance Sunday parade. Photo: Horncastle
Pupils from Louth's Cordeaux Academy organised a tag rugby tournament 10 years ago in support of their BTEC level three studies in sport. The event was won by St Michael's CofE Primary School, in Louth, pictured. Photo: Ian Holmes
4. Market Rasen
Celebrity chef Gino D'Acampo paid a visit to Peter Rhodes Electrical store, in Market Rasen, 10 years ago.
The visit was part of the prize for the busienss after it won a national competition with electrical company Zanussi.
More than 200 people entered a draw to meet Gino, raising more than £400 for St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice. Photo: Dianne Tuckett