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Aldi in Spalding set to re-open with the help of town schoolchildren

Aldi will reopen the doors to its Spalding store on Thursday following a refurbishment and extension, with the team hosting an official ribbon cutting ceremony with the help of children from St John the Baptist Primary School.

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The Manor House, Crowland

Little luxuries at artist’s new Manor shop

A new artisan shop opened in Crowland at the weekend.

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Betty Barclay and Caffe Nero coming to Springfields

Betty Barclay and Caffe Nero coming to Springfields

Women’s fashion retailer Betty Barclay and coffee specialists Caffe Nero are the two latest names moving into Springfields Outlet Centre in Spalding.

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Spalding’s Butters Group bought out by Flamingo Horiculture Group

Spalding’s Butters Group bought out by Flamingo Horiculture Group

Spalding flower, plant and nursery business, The Butters Group, has been bought out - but the new owner has no plans to close local sites.

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Kellie Bryan and Martyn Fox outside their catering trailer for their business Nude Food UK.

Unwrapping Spalding’s new healthy food takeaway

A health conscious Spalding couple are offering a new take on fast food with the expansion of their business Nude Food UK.

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Deeping St Nicholas Parish Council news.  Photo: SG151012-135TW.  www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto

DEEPING ST NICHOLAS PARISH COUNCIL NEWS: Village hall replaces shop in revised Home Farm plans

A new development planned for Deeping St Nicholas could see fewer homes and a village hall built, instead of a shop.

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SPEEDING WINDFALL: Barrier Bank in Cowbit where a two-week analysis has found that nearly �1.5 million worth of fines would be generated if average speed cameras were in place.
Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG120917-112TW.

Million pound speeding shock for Cowbit

Drivers racing through Cowbit would have paid out nearly £1.5million in fines if an average speed camera was in place there, shocking new figures have revealed.

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Damian Hinds MP, Minister for Employment.

Seasonal factors lie behind South Holland jobless rise, claims Government

The number of people not working and claiming benefits in South Holland has risen slightly on the same period last year, according to the latest jobless figures.

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Scott Woods

WEEKEND WEB: Markets stumble as clouds rumble

Scott Woods, of Bingham-Woods Independent Financial Advisors, writes our Money Matters column.

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OPEN-TO-ALL ACCESS Drain Bank North, Cowbit, where an access road is being used by vehicles without the permission of South Holland Internal Drainage Board.  Photo: SG100514-133TW.

COWBIT PARISH COUNCIL NEWS: Farmer makes claim of access road misuse

A Cowbit farmer has claimed that drivers are making use of an access road near the A16 without the permission of landowners.

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Matthew Still (third from right) surrounded by family and relatives holds up the winning raffle ticket.   Others in the picture, from left - Reflections owner Michelle Mitchell, mother Linda Beech, grandmother Karen Beech, wife Leah and aunt Kirsty Beech MLNF17PB09801

Desperately-ill Sutton Bridge cancer victim has his benefits stopped

A cancer sufferer who has undergone three 15-hour operations since June, has been denied state benefits after he was told he was fit for work.

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Moulton Seas End news.  Photo: SG311011-229NG.

THE MOULTONS PARISH COUNCIL: Planning system questioned after housing scheme gets consent

The Moultons Parish Council has revealed its frustration after plans to build five new homes in Moulton Seas End were given the go-ahead.

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Holbeach-based Chosen Charity Shop presents �1,000 to Holbeach & District Community Bus
 committee members in April 2013.  Pictured are (front) Jill Hudson-Peacock, Chris Brandon-King, Martin Howard and Iris Bowland.  
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Urgent call for more volunteers to help save Holbeach community bus service

The future of a Holbeach-based community bus service used by the elderly and young people is in doubt unless new volunteers come forward.

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At one of the company's nurseries in Kenya.

BUSINESS: Planting the seed of new trade stores

A Donington man is to launch a series of flower cash and carry outlets across the UK.

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Work continues at Peppermint Junction

Work progressing well on Peppermint Junction A17/A151 roundabout scheme

After four months of works, great progress is being made in the project to build a new roundabout to replace the current T-junction at the A17/ A151 Peppermint Junction.

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LAST STALLS: Michael Knight (centre), outgoing Spalding markes inspector, with Barbara Dennison, Dave Burgess, Robin Myers and Shirley Argent.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  
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Change of role for Spalding markets inspector

Market days are no more for Mike Knight whose time helping traders in the centre of Spalding have ended after nearly 20 years.

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Marc Jones.

Safety summit to address deaths on Lincolnshire’s roads

Lincolnshire’s first road safety summit to address the tragic number of serious injuries and deaths on Lincolnshire’s roads will take place this autumn.

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Crowland Parish Council news.

CROWLAND PARISH COUNCIL: Vets could become flat after planning committee backing

A Crowland vets surgery could be turned into a one-bedroom flat after parish councillors decided not to object to it.

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NEW MARKET DAY: Traders, including Sue Foyster, John Fox and Stephanie Smithson (Ice & Slice), with Coun Paul Foyster (right) at the first Holbeach Craft and Food Market.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG190817-189TW.

Launch day for Holbeach Craft and Food Market

An addition to Holbeach town centre has been launched with the arrival of a new, monthly craft and food market.

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South Holland District Council

Controversial housing scheme in Moulton Chapel withdrawn

Plans to build nearly 80 homes on the site of a Moulton Chapel garage have been withdrawn just days before it was due to be considered.

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