Church leaders see positives in attendance rise
Teacher to jet off for new life in Aussie sun
Invitation to shape future of parade
Triplet joy for couple after a 13-year wait to have ...
Ben and Toby are loving new walk-in bath
Campaign to compare the market and boost the town
Youngsters on Channel hop
A campaign has been launched to give people the chance to share their experience of Lincolnshire’s hospitals with those carrying out a review into patient death rates.
A burglar who broke into a property in the middle of the night and confronted the 83-year-old householder has been jailed for 30 months.3 comments
A Holbeach St Marks teenager plans to cut her long red hair to fund a trip so her two-year-old brother who has leukaemia can meet his Jamaican grandparents.
Church leaders in South Holland believe a rise in the number of people attending services is a sign of the impact they are having in the community.9 comments
Two of Lincolnshire highest profile elected policing figures have been probed by MPs at a Home Affairs Committee meeting in Westminster.3 comments
Efforts by police to keep Moulton a relatively crime-free area have been praised by the chairman of a panel that monitors its work.
Following the success of last year’s event, Spalding Triathlon Club is once again hosting the Spalding Tri Event.
Scores from around the area
Spalding Golf Club’s first team squad eased their way into the second round of the Bramley County singles scratch matchplay competition.1 comment
GEDNEY HILL GOLF RESULTS
Racing at Hurdletree Bank went really well last Sunday as the bad weather just stayed away.
Nene Valley Harriers athletes competed at the British Universities and Colleges event.
Saturday: Buyers were out this morning snapping up bargains at the Two Lips charity auction on Spalding market.
This spacious terraced house is situated in Holbeach, just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre.
From Thursday, May 16 to Wednesday, May 22
Two years ago, Spalding’s Act II Theatre Company pulled off the unlikely feat of staging all of William Shakespeare’s 37 plays in one night.
Ten-piece soul band Soft Tone Needles, made up of young local musicians, are playing for the first time in Spalding tomorrow.
This week Coun Nick Worth, deputy leader of South Holland District Council, came into our studios to tell us about his various roles and duties within the council as well as the events he has been involved with in his native Holbeach.
Nanette and Ken Neely took over at the Jolly Crispin at Lutton about a year ago and have introduced a flavour of South African cuisine into the menu.
An invasion of Vikings at Monkshouse Primary School, Spalding,provided 90 pupils with a fantastic day of role-playing fun.
COUN Ros Knight has been elected as new chairman, and Coun David Kempton has vice chairman to Crowland Parish Council. Coun Mike Jackson has retired and he thanked other councillors and parish clerks for their support. Coun Jackson will take on a new role training adults in the scouting movement in Lincolnshire and to develop the provision for scouting in South Holland.
Spalding and District Young Farmers’ Club have been dishing out the proceeds of their recent fundraising efforts.
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust, which runs Spalding’s Johnson Community Hospital, is inviting people to its monthly board meeting to find out more about its work.
Green-fingered villagers who fancy having a go at growing their own are being offered the chance to take on a garden allotment.
Members of the Long Sutton Bowls Club will be able to keep their green in tip top condition thanks to a grant from Lincolnshire Co-op. The Society has donated £735 to the group to buy an aerator.
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Weather for Spalding
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 10 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 22 mph
Wind direction: North