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Shivering bowls teams walk out of Spalding’s “freezing” Castle Sports Complex

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The Rev Tom Gillies has died aged 88.

Memorial service tomorrow for retired Pinchbeck Baptist Minister the Rev Tom Gillies

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Road accident news.

Serious accident at Peppermint Junction, Holbeach

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Some of the titles bought by Iliffe Media

Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian under new ownership

Business

Chimney fire in Long Sutton

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Caravan fire in Gosberton Risegate

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Increased number of burglaries in Spalding

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PLANNING APPLICATIONS

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STEP-FREE BRIDGE: Cycle action group Pedals wants to see Steppingstones bridge turned into a ramp as part of plans to build ten new homes near Parkside Crescent, Spalding.

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Spalding bike group call to unite bridge and homes plan

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SAFETY HAZARD: A firefighter uses a thermal imaging camera to tackle a fire at the derelict Bull Hotel in Market Place, Long Sutton, on Friday.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG060117-207TW.

How a Bull turned into a blight on the scenery of Long Sutton

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Serious accident at Peppermint Junction, Holbeach

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Roadworks.

Extra funding for road works for Lincolnshire

Politics
The scene on the A16 today. Photo: John Clarke

UPDATE: Pigs put down after lorry carrying 180 animals overturns on A16 at Cowbit

Transport

VIDEO UPDATE: Pigs put down after lorry carrying 180 animals overturns on A16 at Cowbit

Transport

Increased number of burglaries in Spalding

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Hacker using laptop

From fiction to fact: the cybercrime threats of the future

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NEW BEGINNINGS: Karl Sergison, along with wife Debbie, are  planning to reopen their Sergi's Good Food Store as a Spanish-style tapas bar.  Photo: SG281112-115NG.
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Double blow dealt to much-loved Spalding deli

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Operation Galileo news.

Hare coursers caught in Deeping St Nicholas

Crime
TULIP CLOSES: Helen Mason (second left), manager of Tulip Pre-School, Spalding, with staff and Suzie Bulbeck, of award sponsors Riverside Training, Spalding, who presented the Pre-School Staff Award at the 2015 Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG121115-213TW.

Spalding pre-school closes due to low numbers of children

Education
The old Gleed Girls School ANL-170501-174737001

Gleed Girls School friends from 1950s united thanks to Spalding Guardian readers

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Long Sutton Primary School children enjoy a visit by Starlincs Mobile Planetarium

It’s lift-off into outer space for youngsters

Education

Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian under new ownership

Business
NEW BEGINNINGS: Karl Sergison, along with wife Debbie, are  planning to reopen their Sergi's Good Food Store as a Spanish-style tapas bar.  Photo: SG281112-115NG.
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Double blow dealt to much-loved Spalding deli

Crime 2
Jan Von Draczek of Korvin Developments outside The Bull Hotel, Long Sutton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG281014-303TW. ANL-141028-115745001

Derelict Long Sutton hotel could pass into new hands as talks start

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Dennis Bell, trustee of Transported Art, is the guest speaker at Spalding Business Club's next meeting at Bookmark Spalding on Thursday, February 2, at 7am.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Arts project trustee at Spalding Business Club

Business

Spalding bike group call to unite bridge and homes plan

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SAFETY HAZARD: A firefighter uses a thermal imaging camera to tackle a fire at the derelict Bull Hotel in Market Place, Long Sutton, on Friday.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG060117-207TW.

How a Bull turned into a blight on the scenery of Long Sutton

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Coun Peter Coupland, portfolio holder for finance, South Holland District Council.

‘Pay more towards council tax charges in South Holland’, cabinet decides

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PRECEPT RISE: Coun Terry Harrington called a three quarters of a per cent precept rise by Holbeach Parish Council "acceptable".  Photo supplied.

Holbeach precept rise kept to a minimum

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Nick Worth

The outlook is positive for job-seekers

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Tongue End digestion plant scheme clears first hurdle at council

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Nicholas Watts from Vine House Farm. SG310316-134TW

Planned farm shop and tea room at Deeping St Nicholas to cost more than half-a-million

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South Holland District Council will decide a barns conversion plan.

Barns to become homes at Sutton Bridge farm?

Environment
An artist's impression of the original plans for an anaerobic digestion plant in Tongue End.  Photo supplied.

Government to look at plan for digestion plant near Spalding

Business 4

British mothers drinking during pregnancy put us in worst five nations for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

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Dog obesity

Obesity in dogs sparks epidemic of canine arthritis

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Clothing designer and keep-fit enthusiast, Jaime Russon of Bourne, has been inspired to enter April's London Marathon in memory of her father Andrew.  Photo supplied.

Dad’s memory is the driving force for Bourne marathon runner Jaime

Health

Majority support raising tax to support struggling NHS

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