Spalding Guardian

Hundreds say ‘thank you’ to farm pioneer Tony Worth

Cowbit Parish Council is continuing to press for traffic calming measures in the village after vehicles were recorded at speeds of between 60 and 90mph in a 30mph zone between September and December 2017.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG120917-112TW.

Action required to curb ‘criminal speeds’ in Cowbit

Baytree Garden Centre, Weston

Baytree Nurseries of Weston fined after employee fell from tree

Sunny spells

Jail for man who threatened 78-year-old Spalding antiques dealer with knife


County councillor offers help as Sutton St James battles to re-route lorries


Traders call for council to deliver on its Spalding town centre promises


Co-op’s gift to Sutton Bridge community centre is just champion

Environment Agency news.

Possible changes to flood risk management in Donington area

St Nicolas Players, seen here in a previous production, need someone who can perform with a Russian accent for their upcoming show Old Actors Never Die - They Simply Lose the Plot.

Spalding theatre group needs actress with ‘a good Russian accent’ for role

Mitch Griffiths will complete a four-match ban

FOOTBALL: ‘We have to get through this spell and stay in title race’

Non League
Ian Dunn and assistant Allan Ross

FOOTBALL: ‘We have to carry on doing the hard work and get the basics right’

Non League
Pinchbeck United under-16s

YOUTH FOOTBALL: Michael hits hat-trick for another win

Local Football
Conor Marshall scores against Romulus last weekend

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

Non League

FOOTBALL: Jackson returns to Holbeach United

Non League

Promotion-chasing Bourne must stay focused in quest for honours


Dragons extend lead at the top after thrilling victory

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The Go! Team: Semicircle.

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Darkest Hour

WEEKEND WEB: Oldman’s finest hour...

The offices which were destroyed by fire.

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


WEEKEND WEB: Twins fly high on their 16th birthday

Long Sutton market in around 1900.

WEEKEND WEB: This little town went to market