Surge tide of interest in moorings at new Sutton Bridge Marina

Nearly 100 people have enquired about moorings at Sutton Bridge Marina – five times the number of pleasure craft spaces available.

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Quirky music duo George and Freddie Barnett of Weston on the cover of their debut EP, Playground Antics.

Weston brothers in pop with plan to put smile back into music

A pair of musical brothers from Weston have taken a giant step towards taking their songs to a wider audience after releasing their debut mini-album.

Holbeach county councillor Nick Worth has revealed that road improvements are in the pipeline for Holbeach town centre.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Work to ease traffic jams at junction in centre of Holbeach

An end could be in sight to traffic james in the centre of Holbeach after plans were revealed for possible improvements in Park Road.

Beautician Fernanda Lemos with hairdressers Sarah Grogan and Maiza Hattrell outside Dad'll Have a Grumble in Victoria Street, Spalding.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

No complaints as new owner takes over Spalding hair salon

The promise of “something old, something new” is very much the case at a Spalding hair salon which is under new management.

Jamie Aspland of Pygott & Crone.

Honour for Spalding estate agents manager

The boss of an estate agents’ branches in Spalding and Holbeach has been honoured by a national group.

Simon Beardsley, of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, centre right, presents the award to Joe Verde, chief executive of PSP IT, watched by staff.

Prestigious award for hi-tech company in Spalding

A leading digital and IT design company in Spalding has won a prestigious award.

Retiring GP Dr Charles Lennon outside Munro Medical Centre, Spalding, with Dr Jeanette Clayton, Mary Barnes, Angie Coddington and practice manager Debbie Herd.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Last calls for Spalding GP after 28 years at surgery

The days of writing prescriptions, taking temperatures and testing pulses are rapidly drawing to a close for a retiring Spalding GP.

UPDATE: ‘No Lincolnshire stores impacted’ by Travis Perkins closure news, company confirms

UPDATE: ‘No Lincolnshire stores impacted’ by Travis Perkins closure news, company confirms

There will be no stores in Lincolnshire impacted by this mornings announcement by Travis Perkins, the company has confirmed.

Anglian Water news.

Compensation vow from water company after flooding in Fleet

Anglian Water has offered to help people affected by flooding when a water main burst in Fleet Road, Fleet at about 2.45am on Sunday.

600 jobs set to go at Travis Perkins as 30 branches close

600 jobs set to go at Travis Perkins as 30 branches close

The UK’s biggest builders merchant, Travis Perkins, whose businesses include DIY chain Wickes, is closing 30 branches, putting 600 jobs at risk.

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South Holland District Council is organising a free Retailers' Workshop, to take place at South Holland Centre, Spalding, on Wednesday, October 26, from 5.30pm to 9.30pm.

Retailers’ workshop in Spalding for independent traders

Spalding is to host a Retailers’ Workshop at South Holland Centre in Market Place on Wednesday, October 26, from 5.30pm until 9.30pm.

Operation Drive Insured is a national campaign targeting motorists who drive whilst uninsured.

Police mount national operation to tackle uninsured driving in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Police is getting behind Operation Drive Insured, the first ever campaign to promote motor insurance enforcement.

The fake 85 voucher offer for Aldi has been described as a 'hoax' by the store.

Aldi issues warning about ‘hoax’ voucher being shared online

Aldi is warning its customers about a ‘fraudulent’ voucher that is being circulated online.

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Lincolnshire Police news.

Trailers stolen in Lutton and Holbeach St Johns

A white TowMaster trailer has been reported stolen from Lutton Bank, Lutton, during the past week.

Spalding off-licence permit bid fails after Baltic bust

Spalding off-licence permit bid fails after Baltic bust

A tougher line on alcohol licences in Spalding has claimed another victim after a shop had its application rejected by district councillors.

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Asda recall. Photo:

Supermarket recalls sausage rolls over allergy fears

ASDA is recalling sausage rolls six-packs due to their containing milk.

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Poundland selling vibrators for £1 - and it’s causing quite a buzz online

Discount retailer Poundland has added vibrators to its £1 range and it has caused quite a buzz online.

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Plans for an anerobic digestion plant in Tongue End have been "significantly modified", with the number of digester and storage tanks cuts from seven to three.

Tongue End digester project ‘significantly modified’ by applicants

A project to build an energy plant in Tongue End to convert agricutural waste into so-called “green gas” has been “significantly modified”.

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BAD SIGNAL: Spalding Guardian columnist John Ward shows his frustration at the poor quality of his broadband service.

Flashing amber means ‘dire’ straits for Moulton Seas End inventor

Eccentric inventor, after-dinner speaker and Spalding Guardian columnist John Ward has an answer for most things.

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Marmite enthusiasts are stockpiling the black stuff amid fears supermarkets may run out.

Marmite: why should a British product, made in the UK and sold to British people, go up because of the pound?

While you might envision the falling pound affecting continental luxuries like Cornettos and Cif limescale remover, when it comes to Marmite – you’d think it would be Brexit-proof.

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