Spalding Guardian

BUSINESS: MP opens new centres at Donington’s GB Group

Business
WEIGHTY ISSUES: Work starts on the new Peppermint Junction roundabout where , Holbeach. where guests include deputy head at the National Centre for Food Manufacturing, Sharon Green (second right), former Holbeach Rural county councillor William Webb (back third left), executive member for highways and transport Coun Richard Davies (back right), and Holbeach county councillor Nick Worth (front).  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG150317-107TW.

Weight limit considered for Holbeach road

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Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017

Where to enjoy a cuppa and cake to support Macmillan

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Surfleet villagers back Glen Park charge at public meeting

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New look and logo for Lincs police force

Crime

Spalding yoga teacher to run classes in open prison camp

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Work to replace Spalding railway bridge to cost £1.5 million

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Steps taken to hold new Deeping St Nicholas Festival in 2018

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One of the boundary crosses is just to the right of the Master Dyke sign. Photo: Peter Thatcher

Parish boundary crosses make Sutton St James historically “precious”

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Jamie Jackson

FOOTBALL: Boss ‘happy’ to stay in play-off pack

Non League
Holbeach United

FOOTBALL: Holbeach United at home in FA Vase draw

Non League
Spalding scored six tries on Saturday

RUGBY UNION: Sharman is star man

Sport
Long Sutton captain Phil Barnes receives the League Cup from chairman David Morris

CRICKET: Double delight at Long Sutton

Cricket

FOOTBALL: Maltby on target again for Pinchbeck United

Non League

FOOTBALL: Mooney at the double for Deeping Rangers

Non League

MATCH VERDICT AND VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Home comforts for Spalding United

Non League

FOOTBALL: ‘We were rubbish - we didn’t deserve to win’

Non League
Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith are Spalding Folk Clubs guests on Wednesday, October 4

Nowt so queer with Martin Browne of Spalding Folk Club

Whats on
School choirs battle it out to be No1.

In the community with Tulip Events Management

Whats on
Growth, a play by Luke Norris, is being performed at the South Holland Centre on Saturday, September 30.

Comedy play in Spalding about a serious topic

Whats on
David Maile (left) and Michael Gilbert (right) of the WakeHereward Project, pictured with Mayor and Mayoress of Bourne Paul and Judy Fellows. Photo supplied.

WEEKEND WEB: Remembering a ‘forgotten’ hero

Lifestyle
Boston Magistrates Court.

WEEKEND WEB: Who has been up before the bench?

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Jerry Green Dog Rescue, Marsh Ln, Boston 
Tiaq in small kennel

DO IT FOR THE DOGS! How to donate to our Jerry Green Dog Rescue appeal

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