Celebrations in Lincoln this afternoon to mark the 100th anniversary of the world's first military tank being invented and built in the city.
Several events are taking place - including processions and a parade to tell the story of Lincoln's military heritage.
Sir William Tritton developed, built and tested a machine that would change the course of the first world war at his factory on Tritton Road.
Final preparations are underway in Lincoln for a weekend of events to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
A procession will take place down Steep Hill and into the High Street tomorrow.
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A decision is expected today on whether people in Lincoln will have to pay to use public toilets.
The council has been considering the idea of charging 20 pence to use three of the city's public conveniences to help pay for their upkeep.
Councillors will meet this evening to discuss the proposal.
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Plans for the Lincoln Knights' Trail have been announced for 2017.
The summertime attraction follows on from the success of last year's Lincoln Barons' Charter Trail.
This time, Lincolnshire BIG (Business Improvement Group) has teamed-up with key partners, including Wild in Art, to create an even bigger trail next year.
They are hoping to attract 35 businesses and organisations to sponsor newly-designed knight sculptures.
Launching the new attraction at a reception at The White Hart Hotel in Bailgate, Lincoln BIG Chief Executive Matt Corrigan revealed that 15 sponsors have already pledged their support, including returning sponsors who invested in last year's trail.
"The Barons' Charter Trail raised £167,000 for charity and it is still being talked about, but we want to go one better next year."
"We are aiming for a larger trail, which will give more businesses and organisations the chance to take part in what is ultimately a great marketing opportunity. Part of the money raised when these sculptures are auctioned will go to our local homeless charity The Nomad Trust.
"We also plan to use some of the monies raised to kickstart an Art & Innovation Fund for the city, to allow us to deliver future public art and events. "We are also going to be working with the EBP (Education Business Partnership), which will be running an education programme across all of the county's schools."
Police in Lincolnshire have issued an appeal about a man wanted for breaching his bail conditions.
Daniel Conway, 34, was charged with an offence of going equipped for theft contrary to the Theft Act 1968 on 18 May.
He was released on bail with conditions to appear at Lincoln Magistrates Court on 7 July.
As part of his bail conditions he was required to report to Lincoln Police Station and has failed to do this.
Anyone who knows where he is or has information that will help with our enquiries should call on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously.
More than 27,000 people saw part of the poppies sculpture from the Tower of London at Lincoln Castle over the bank holiday weekend.
'Wave' remembers soldiers who lost their lives in the Great War. It was installed at the Castle last week and features 5,500 ceramic poppies.
Over the Bank Holiday weekend 27,797 people visited the castle to see the sculpture, which can be seen for free in the grounds.
"We always knew people would travel from far and wide to see the sculpture, but the number of visitors over the weekend has far exceeded our expectations.
"I'm delighted so many people have taken the opportunity to experience this wonderful piece of art – it makes all the hard work worthwhile.
"I'm sure many more people will follow over the coming months."
Wave can be seen at Lincoln Castle until 4 September 2016.