Spalding Guardian

Learn new ways of church life in Kirton

The Animates team (left to right):  Sarah Pellett, Katherine Wynn-Owen, Deborah Croyle, Rebecca Kuttel and Kirsty Smith.

Award for vets with clinics in Thurlby and Market Deeping

Hare coursing

Targeting hare coursers in Crowland and Deeping St James


We reunited Jean with her long lost wedding report


Marathon mum Lisa on start line with new Spalding running group


Moulton Eaugate resident: ‘Why did these trees have to come down?’

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Christine joins council shared management teams

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The Spalding Day Centre

Hospice looking for volunteers to provide companionship to lonely patients

Peele Community College students visit the headquarters of Medical Detection Dogs in Milton Keynes during the 2015 spring term.  Photo supplied.

Fleet Hargate couple launch petition for animal charity

Sir Halley Stewart Field - Spalding United v Shaw Lane 
Graham Taylor silence

FOOTBALL: Spalding United look to take full advantage

Non League
Seb Hayes

FOOTBALL: Holbeach United in ‘massive confidence crisis’

Non League
SHAKE ON IT: Boss Dave Frecklington congratulates Shaw Lanes players after their 1-0 win at the Sir Halley Stewart Field last weekend put them six points clear of Spalding United in the title race.

FOOTBALL: We need to bounce back now, admits Spalding United boss

Non League
DERBY DAY: Action from the home defeat to Kesteven two weeks ago

RUGBY UNION: Road trip for Spalding


ATHLETICS: Girl power brings back medals


RUGBY UNION: Derby delight for Spalding youngsters

BLUE-COLLAR BLUEGRASS: Josh(ua) Rilko, Mark "Huggy Bear" Lavengood, Lindsay Lou Rilko and PJ George are Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys who are in concert at South Holland Centre, Spalding, on Sunday, January 29, at 7.30pm.  Photo supplied.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Voices from the Great Lakes at Spalding riverside setting for a Nashville night out

Hurst Children's Theatre Group rehearsing for Dick Whittington

Dick Whittington comes to Spalding

Whats on
BUSINESS: Proud to be keeping it British - Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles based at the Donington Park race circuit located on the Derbyshire / Leicestershire border; he is pictured in the pit lane with a Norton 961cc hand built bike. In recent years Stuart bought the production rights to Norton motorcycles and is now busy developing the new 15,000sq ft Norton factory at Donington Park to develop the Dreer-based machine, a 961cc motorbike with racing pedigree.  Pic by: RICHARD STANTON. Tel: (01432) 358215 / Mob: (07774) 286733. Email:  All rights � 09/02/12.

Norton chief guest of Bourne Motor Racing Club

Last year's festival

Community groups and sponsors wanted for Holbeach Flower Festival

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Grade II property for sale in Gosberton