Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Lincolnshire since 1993. Lincoln is a cathedral city in the heart of the county. The landmarks include the famous cathedral, which was once the world's tallest building, and the Norman Lincoln Castle. The main employment sectors in the city, with 34% of the workforce, are in education and health, and public administration. Lincoln has an extensive tourism industry, with many coming to visit the Christmas market and climbing Steep Hill.
Lincoln is home to Lincoln City Football Club, a professional association club based centrally in the city. They compete in League One, the third tier in the English football league system. They are nicknamed the 'Imps' after the legend of the Lincoln Imp, which originates from a 14th-century legend; two mischievous creatures were sent by Satan to do evil work on Earth. According to the story, the imps headed to Lincoln Cathedral where an angel appeared and turned one of the imps to stone which gave the second imp a chance to escape and roam around within the city.
The city attracts plentiful visitors with its unique architectural high street that follows up the iconic Steep Hill to the cathedral, which has a feast of local independent businesses and eateries.