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REVIEW OF THE YEAR: April

Andrew Woolf

Andrew Woolf

It was revealed in April that drivers in South Holland and Boston had won almost £30,000 in payouts from the county council in the last year to repair damage caused to their cars by potholes.

Parish and district councillor Andrew Woolf was one of many South Holland heroes to run on in the London Marathon despite the fatal bomb blasts in at the Boston Marathon just days before. Coun Woolf, district council member for Moulton, Weston and Cowbit, ran the 26.2 mile race the day after his 40th birthday in aid of Diabetes UK. Picture: Councillor Andrew Woolf was one of many who took part in the London Marathon despite the fatal bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon just days before. SG280313-128TW

Nick Yarris, the man who spent 21 years on death row after being wrongly convicted of the rape and murder of a young woman in 1982, spoke to the Lincs Free Press about rebuilding his life and finding love in Moulton. Picture: Nick Yarris pictured in October at the signing of his new book, Seven Days to Live. SG051013-116TW

Parish and district councillor Andrew Woolf was one of many South Holland heroes to run on in the London Marathon despite the fatal bomb blasts in at the Boston Marathon just days before. Coun Woolf, district council member for Moulton, Weston and Cowbit, ran the 26.2 mile race the day after his 40th birthday in aid of Diabetes UK. Picture: Councillor Andrew Woolf was one of many who took part in the London Marathon despite the fatal bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon just days before. SG280313-128TW

Nick Yarris, the man who spent 21 years on death row after being wrongly convicted of the rape and murder of a young woman in 1982, spoke to the Lincs Free Press about rebuilding his life and finding love in Moulton. Picture: Nick Yarris pictured in October at the signing of his new book, Seven Days to Live. SG051013-116TW

 

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