Helping Hedgehogs – What you can do

The nation’s favourite prickly mammal is in decline. Hedgehogs are nocturnal creatures, so there’s a chance that you haven’t noticed how much trouble they’re in – having one...

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Project Update – The Lincoln Medical School

The bones of the Lincoln Medical School have come together, with the steel framework now being complete.

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Sustainable Campus – Getting to know the University Estate and its sustainability credentials

#SustainabilityAtLincoln Webinar SeriesJoin us for the first in a series of online events organised by the Environment team on sustainability at the university and beyond.

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#HedgehogAwarenessWeek – Working Group Meeting & First Aid Online Workshop

During Hedgehog Awareness Week (4th – 8th May 2020), your Hedgehog Friendly Campus team will be supporting the campaign through a series of events. Please join us online...

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How does your garden grow

In the Sustainability team, we’ve been thinking about how you can still interact with nature whilst we’re all staying inside.

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Sports Bridge Lift Refurbishment Begins

The Sports Bridge Lift will be out of order until the end of March to facilitate a full refurbishment of the lift.

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Enforcement to begin at Brayford Trust car parks

Staff and students are reminded that there is no University parking in the Brayford Trust owned car parks on campus. Further signage will be installed early next week...

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New Staff Car Parking Permits

The University of Lincoln Estates team will be reissuing all car parking permits in February 2020. A recent permit check has revealed that not all car parking spaces...

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University of Lincoln gains international standard for Environmental Management

The University has been formally accredited with the international standard for Environmental Management (ISO 14001). This accolade comes as a result of an external audit of our Environmental...

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