Spalding Guardian

DOG OF THE WEEK – DOLLY

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A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT SPALDING HIGH SCHOOL:  Jessica Jacob, Remi Clare (heading to Birmingham University to study biochemistry), Niamh O'Connor (off to study medicine at Liverpool University) and Tegan Archer (speech and language therapy at the University of East Anglia).  Photo by Tim Wilson:  SG170717-148TW.

A-LEVEL RESULTS: High achievers overcome with emotion at Spalding High School

Education
A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT SPALDING GRAMMAR SCHOOL:  
John Harris of Thorney.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG170717-113TW.

A-LEVEL RESULTS: Tears and smiles for Year 13 students at Spalding Gramnmar School

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Rotovator and plums stolen from Deepings allotment

News

It may be holidays but kids experience Latin, verbs, the cane and the dunce’s hat

News

‘We’re off to see. . . Germany’

Education

Laughter is the universal language in Spalding as Church breaks down barriers

News
Appentices Ella Willmott and Jared Firth at Bakkavor Wingland Foods Sutton Bridge. mlnf17mf070203

Apprentices reap benefits at Wingland

Business
A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT THE DEEPINGS SCHOOL: Michael Sedgwick, of Deeping St James, and Chloe Harris, of Market Deeping, are both going to York University.  Photo by Jayne Gill.

A-LEVEL RESULTS: Head delighted with increase in top grades at The Deepings School

Education
Carl Wilson keeps wicket for Bourne on Saturday

CRICKET: Wilson aims to wrap up hat-trick of titles

Cricket
Ian Dunn and assistant Allan Ross

FOOTBALL: Punishment for Pinchbeck United in first defeat

Non League
Josh Russell hit the woodwork three times

FOOTBALL: Bourne Town boss wants back-to-back wins

Non League
Jordan Temple hits a boundary for Bourne

CRICKET: One-wicket defeat for Spalding

Cricket

FOOTBALL: Saturday round-up and results

Non League

MATCH VERDICT: Another derby date for FA Cup rivals

Football

FOOTBALL: ‘We did much better in the second half and we could have nicked it’

Football

FOOTBALL: Comeback win for Deeping Rangers

Football
BEAUTIFUL MESS: Phoebe Ophelia, an emerging acoustic singer-songwriter from Kirton, has achieved good airplay for her debut single, 'Beautiful Mess' on radio in Lincolnshire.  Photo by Poppy O'Hara.

MUSIC REVIEW: First steps in music’s ‘big pond’ for Kirton songstress Phoebe

Music
Coun Jack McLean is sponsoring the Volunteer of the Year Award.

In the community with Tulip Events Management

Whats on

Learn ‘circus tricks’ at the South Holland Centre

Whats on

Volunteers needed to help event run smoothly

News

Students - don’t let debt get you down

Education
The view of the abbey across Snowden Field in Crowland. Photo by Tim Wilson (SG100817-100TW)

FEATURE: Tales of demons, skulduggery and legends at Crowland Abbey

Lifestyle