More than 1000 people were in Lincoln for the International Bomber Command Centre open day.
Amongst the visitors were eight veterans and the Knight of the Skies.
Just over £1700 was raised on the day and six more volunteers were recruited.
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Morning weather update: Colder theme. Outbreaks of patch rain.Read the full story ›
The first four RAF Typhoon jets are heading to Romania as part of a NATO air mission today.
They will leave RAF Coningsby near Lincoln to police the skies above the Black Sea.
By the end of Monday a cold northerly wind, widespread frost and risk of wintry showersRead the full story ›
Dry but frosty overnight. A fine day on Sunday. Northerly winds into next weekRead the full story ›
A motorcyclist has died after being involved in a collision with a tractor.
It happened on the B1168 at Holbeach at around 11.20am on Friday April 21. The road was closed at Saturday Bridge and the junction with Hurdletree Bank while police investigations took place.
The 49-year-old rider was from the local area. His next of kin have been informed.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
A mainly dry weekend with chilly nights. Feeling warm in the sunshine on Sunday. All change by Monday evening as a northerly wind sets inRead the full story ›
Here's the outlook for tonight and tomorrow in North, West and South Yorkshire.
And here's what to expect in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
A fish processing firm which employs 750 people across Grimsby has been put up for sale today.
Icelandic Seachill was founded in 1998 and is one of the largest chilled fish suppliers in the UK. It has two sites in Grimsby.
The announcement came from the board of Icelandic Group, which owns the company.
Unite, the country’s largest union, has called for an urgent meeting after expressing concerns over job security.
We understand that the company has had a significant improvement in sales recently, so why has the business been put up for sale? We will require an answer to that question.
The business is in great shape having successfully transitioned both customer and supply base, with a consistent multi year-on-year profit growth, this is a great performance and means that we enter this process in a strong way and for the right reasons.
This sale process comes as no surprise and until concluded, will have no direct impact on our employees. This is a very positive next step for Seachill, its employees and partner customers who place a high value on the business management and strategy, and it is likely that operations will continue in a similar way as present.