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

Martins Animal Feeds of Long Sutton

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The A16 pictured in October 2011, shortly after opening

Your views sought after five years of the A16

Residents and motorists are being asked their views on the Spalding to Eye A16 as part of an evaluation study that will assess how successful the new road has been.

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Gavin Allmand

YOUR VIEW: Silence from SHDC is deafening

The last two weeks have seen Spalding shopkeepers raise serious concerns about the commitment of our council to our town centre.

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PINCHBECKS FINEST: Peter Vickers serves his popular home-roasted ham, egg, chips and beans to Winston Brown at Spalding Lifestyle Centre in Pinchbeck.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG150417-257TW.

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Spalding Lifestyle Centre, Pinchbeck

Still the place to be after fifteen years

The Fifth Avenue team, from left, Nadia Greenaway, Lucy Spinks, Debbie Greenaway and Rachel Clucas.

Holbeach hair and beauty spot gets smart makeover

A new salon with a New York connection has opened in Holbeach.

Kevin Smith

Shopping centre waves goodbye to manager

The Deeping Shopping Centre has announced that its manager Kevin Smith will be moving on to pastures new.

Mick and Michelle Allen could be the last-ever landlords of the Lamb and Flag in Whaplode after plans emerged to demolish the pub and replace with new homes.  Photo: SG031013-116NG.

Last orders for Whaplode pub set to make way for houses

Whaplode could be set to lose its only pub with plans to demolish and build two new semi-detached homes.

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Dana Garkavaya and Sean Portass outside The Old Ship Inn, now The Ship, London Road, Long Sutton, which opened with a live music weekend over Easter.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG110417-150TW.

Pints flow again at new-look pub after renovation

Drinks are served again at a 17th century Long Sutton pub after an eight-month project to renovate it.

ANTIQUES FOREVER: Justin Grimshaw of Pendragon Antiques at Spalding Lifestyle Centre in Pinchbeck.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG020417-129TW.

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Trip down memory lane in Pinchbeck with antiques dealer Justin

A corner of Spalding Lifestyle Centre in Pinchbeck is an Aladdin’s cave of collectibles, affordables, valuables and memorables.

Calthrops Solicitors have been thanked for their Will Aid contributions

Spalding law firm raises charity cash through Will Aid

DISC WORLD: Alan Barnsdale of Uptown Vinyl Records at Spalding Lifestyle Centre, Pinchbeck.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG040417-108TW.

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Second coming for Alan’s vinyl revival

Uptown Vinyl Records at Spalding Lifestyle Centre, Pinchbeck

Roy and Pamela Strickland with the golden ticket.

It’s holiday voucher joy for lucky Roy

Loyal customer Roy Strickland was a deserving winner of £1,000 of holiday vouchers from a prize draw at travel agent Spalding Travel.

Anglia UK staff wearing hats for charity

Hat’s the way to do it

Staff at Anglia UK have put their heads together to raise some £250 for charity.

Shoppers in Spalding town centre

Traders say: ‘Come together to save 
our town centre’

Traders have issued a rallying call to the people of Spalding to help them in their fight to save the town centre.

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Roadworks at Sutterton roundabout, junction of A17 and A16

Further improvements will see Sutterton roundabout works go on until May

Further works will be taking place to improve the flow of traffic at Sutterton roundabout, the ‘pinch point’ on the A16 and A17.

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Crowland news.

Parish council to meet about housing applications

Two separate developments which could see up to 200 new homes built in Crowland are to be discussed by parish councillors later this month.

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FAMILY FIRM: Craig and Ashley Bulbrook of BB Dyson Specialists, Holbeach, with two of the store's new Sebo range of vacuum cleaners.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG270317-111TW.

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: From a doorstep deal to BB Dyson Specialist Ltd dynasty

Things could have been very different for Bob Bulbrook had he not chosen to buy a “non-working” vacuum cleaner for just 99p in the mid-2000s.

Reopening and ribbon cutting of Donington Co-op.

Village store back in business after ram raid

The Co-op in Donington 
re-opened on Friday – five months after a bungled ram raid saw the front of its Market Place store demolished by a tractor.

Planned devlopment site

YOUR VIEWS: Development could not be in a worse place

My views on the proposed fast food development at Sutterton roundabout.

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