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

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Market Deeping Police Station.

Rotovator and plums stolen from Deepings allotment

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

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The cast of The Wizard of Oz at Spalding High School

‘We’re off to see. . . Germany’

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

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Apprentices reap benefits at Wingland

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

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Police are seeking a review of the drinks licence for Station 25. SG100817-132TW

Police seek review on ‘illegal activity’

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East Elloe Avenue Holbeach 'unsuitable for HGV'S' 
Signs gone-up as people using road since the A151 link road closure.

Motorists flout diversion signs and head through Holbeach

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Accident in Fleet

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United front to take on speeding in Cowbit

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The A16 in Crowland where two lorries collided today.  Photo: SG071116-206TW.

BREAKING NEWS THURSDAY 12.05PM: Two lorries collide on A16 in Crowland

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Volunteers from Spalding and Peterborough Transport Forum are joined by Spotless Spalding members in clearing up areas around Spalding Rail Station.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Appeal for ‘fair deal’ on Spalding’s railway network

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A red and white glider made an unexpected landing in a field off Station Street, Rippingale, on Saturday.  Photo supplied.

Glider makes an unplanned landing in Rippingale

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Rotovator and plums stolen from Deepings allotment

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Police are seeking a review of the drinks licence for Station 25. SG100817-132TW

Police seek review on ‘illegal activity’

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Bourne Police Station.

Offensive graffiti on wall and pavement in Bourne

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Chief Constable Bill Skelly with Arthur Waters and Thomas Genovese.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

Police patrols draw children to Spalding community event

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

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The cast of The Wizard of Oz at Spalding High School

‘We’re off to see. . . Germany’

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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

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A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT BOSTON COLLEGE: Tyler Williams, Sophie Ashley, Liberty George-Jones, Max Sparks, Flora Clark and Joel Codd celebrate the college's 100 per cent pass rate across all 12 subjects.  Photo by Paula Morley.

A-LEVEL RESULTS: Peak of perfection as Boston College students achieve 100 per cent pass rate

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Apprentices reap benefits at Wingland

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ANTIQUES FAIR: Iain Anderson, of Three Pieces of Eight Antiques, with Funked Up Furniture & Vintage Wares owners, David and Ann-Marie Carter.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
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Traders join Baytree to host antiques fair in Weston

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Coun Isobel Hutchinson of Holbeach Parish Council.

Craft and food fete in Holbeach

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Sign up for savings on energy for winter in south Lincolnshire

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Parent pleads for children’s play area in Gedney

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Business rate rebates for Bourne and Deepings firms

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Couns Laura Eldridge and Jacy Tyrrell, South Holland District Council members for Long Sutton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG150517-151TW.

Councillors launch new surgeries in Long Sutton

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John Hayes, Conservative MP for South Holland and the Deepings

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: In all of our interests to buy British food

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LETTERS: Desperate need for radical thinking

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Big Clean under way with Deepings and Bourne firms on board

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NOISE NUISANCE: Harry and Janice Wright claim that their idyllic life in Donington is being spoiled by a "constant droning noise"and wife affected by noise pollution from George Barnsdale and Sons' timber windows and doors factory in the village.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG010817-119TW.

Donington couple’s ‘noises off’ cry to timber firm

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Residents are worried by the possible loss of the Moulton Chapel Motors building. SG020817-109TW

Moulton Chapel residents worried by loss of village garage in 78 homes plan

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WORD ON THE GROUND: Trying to discourage the ‘crime tourists’

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Defibrillator and dementia night in Gedney Dyke

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Yoga instructor Karen Groves is baking up a storm. SG040817-111TW

Gedney Dyke to host Macmillan World’s Biggest Yoga/Coffee morning

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Francine and Louie Paluch, of Spalding, who are hoping to start up a new breast cancer support group in the town.  Photo supplied.

Spalding breast cancer patient plans to launch support group

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Library picture: Michael Morris and Sam Hill at Tonic Health.

Second dementia support group for Spalding following success of FOCUS Club

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Healthwatch Lincolnshire hits out at inequalities of access to NHS dental services as 1A Dental quits Johnson Hospital. SG110113-151TW

Health watchdog hits out at inequalities of service for NHS dental patients in Spalding and South Lincolnshire

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