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PICTURES: Trees down and school buses cancelled as Storm David batters south Lincolnshire

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DANGER CORNER: Geoffrey Beard in Gedney Dyke where a vehicle skidded on ice and hit a telegraph pole.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG130118-185TW.

Gritting appeal for ‘lethal’ bend in Gedney Dyke

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Brittany Sharman is fundraising for FutureSense Foundation's Cambodia Sports Challenge which she is hoping to go on in July.  Photo supplied.

Crowland student Brittany’s fundraising drive for Cambodian trip

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HOLBEACH PARISH COUNCIL: Town vandals run up £500 bill

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Brave mum of Long Sutton cerebral palsy sufferer had vital back ‘op’ today

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Witness appeal over Spalding GBH

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Our story reconnects long-lost half-brothers

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Do you know the identity of this woman?

Police want to identify this woman over fraud crimes in Spalding

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Healthwatch Lincolnshire wants to hear from South Holland residents about their experiences of health and housing in the area.  Photo supplied.

Healthwatch Lincolnshire launches survey on health and housing

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Adam Jackson in his final appearanmce for Spalding against Romulus last Saturday. Photo by Tim Wilson

FOOTBALL: Jackson returns to Holbeach United

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Dan Dougill

FOOTBALL: Dougill on the road to recovery

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Conor Marshall scores against Romulus last weekend

FOOTBALL: ‘The contrast between our record at home and away has been amazing’

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HOCKEY: Five-star display from Long Sutton

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FOOTBALL: Dougill back home after ‘terrible’ injury

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GOTHIC ROCK: Bradford-based acoustic singer-songwriter Chantel McGregor brings her 'Lose Control' tour to Stamford Arts Centre on Thursday, February 1.  Photo by Brian Bannister.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Stroll on dark side with self-styled fan of Gothic tales

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The offices which were destroyed by fire.

WEEKEND WEB: New Year’s Eve fire at Spalding offices

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WEEKEND WEB: Twins fly high on their 16th birthday

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Long Sutton market in around 1900.

WEEKEND WEB: This little town went to market

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