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YOUR VIEW: How to kill a village...

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Linden Secker leads a fascinating Cemetery Trail

The fascinating stories of town’s buried Victorians

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Children's entertainer and artist Zoemarie Sheldon at home in Gedney with one of her pieces, Wings of Freedom.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG210417-206TW.

TUESDAY TALK Zoemarie writes a Gedney fairy story

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Reader's letter

YOUR VIEW: Sutton Bridge is an absolute disgrace

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Parading in fancy bras for charity

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Important elections are on the way

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Get your dog groomed and help fund us

Opinion

Holbeach residents oppose latest new homes plan

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A Camaraderie Club like this one will open in Spalding this summer. Photo: Katie Ford Photography

Two new friendship schemes to help Spalding veterans

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Reader's letter

YOUR VIEW: Letter was about representation in Lincoln

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Your views sought after five years of the A16

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The road at Saturday Bridge is closed following an accident

Motorcyclist killed after collision with tractor

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Road accident news.

Road closed after lorry crash in Bourne

Transport
New 'duck and children crossing signs could soon be going up near University Academy Holbeach.  
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New road signs for Holbeach to protect ducks and schoolchildren?

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A17 at Fosdyke being cleared after closure.

Collision between two HGVs

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Owner spared prison after dogs launch vicious attack against another

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Thirty drivers are caught speeding on the A16 each week. SG18017-202TW

Boy racers cheating the speed cameras on A16

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Court news

Man raped 10 year-old girl in Holbeach area

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Peter Bird

Former parish councillor admits making indecent images of children

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Clean slate at Spalding Academy as new intake grows

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The opening ceremony for the 2015 Lincolnshire School Games. Photo by Sarah Washbourn/Chris Vaughan Photography.

South Holland schools can join carnival party at School Games

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Little Pickles children Anthony Holdsworth, Katy Topliss, Kayden Pardy,  Layla Hewitt,  Rosie Cole and Keira-Dee Thompson join Chris Pashley, Donington Co-op food Store Manager, Simon Taylor, Co-op Area Manager, and Co-op colleagues

Digging in to help pre-school kids

Education
A special visitor for St Norbert's. SG310317-100TW

Director of children’s services in visit to Ofsted outstanding Spalding school

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Head teacher Kira Nicholls and pupils celebrate the schools positive strides. SG180417-104TW

St Paul’s Primary School in Spalding gets its record tally of Ofsted “goods”

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Free Press and Guardian owner buys more titles

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Mason Bros has bought Booths.

BUSINESS: Swineshead family firm acquired

Business
Larkfleet Group is testing its solar panels in Mexico.

BUSINESS: Solar panels from Bourne to be tested in Mexico

Business
Susan and Martin Grimshaw.

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Animal feed is food of life for Martin

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Important elections are on the way

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John Hayes MP

YOUR VIEW: Our MP is a myopically obsessive optimist over Europe

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Nick Worth

YOUR VIEW: Parish could carry out much of 10-point plan

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John Hayes MP

YOUR VIEW: Complaint against MP was unfounded

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Letters

COUNTY ELECTIONS: It doesn’t have to be this way

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Holbeach Cemetery and Chapel in Park Road, Holbeach.
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Damaged cemetery tree in Holbeach to have urgent attention

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Ashley King, of Ashwood Homes Ltd, is seeking consent for reserved matters on a huge housing development site in Holbeach.

New school and 900 homes plan for Holbeach comes a step closer

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Hospital trust on trial after patient impaled on equipment

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Library picture of CPR training supplied by St John Ambulance.

Free life-saving CPR lessons in Spalding

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Laura Casey, baby Elsie and sister Rosie

A special day to raise awareness of undiagnosed

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The Rotary Club of the Deepings Stroke Awareness Day

Rotary’s Stroke Awareness Day

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VOLUNTEER AWARD: Ron Rouse (centre) with Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust Chairman Paul Devlin (left) and Chief Executive Dr John Brewin (right).  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Gedney Hill hospital volunteer wins countywide award

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