Spalding Guardian

Sarah puts her teeth into new slimming class in Crowland

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Alice trying out a bath similar to the one that will ease her painful nights.

It’s a Christmas miracle for Long Sutton girl Alice as you raise £6,000-plus in six days

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A PCSO talks to an errant cyclist.

Spalding Police tackle cycling offences

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Santa run brings early white Christmas for Spalding

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Expansion plan for Market Deeping school given green light

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DEEPING ST NICHOLAS PARISH COUNCIL: Disappointment over SHDC mobile units decision

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WESTON PARISH COUNCIL: More homes proposed amid concern about lack of facilities

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Crowland Parish Council news.

CROWLAND PARISH SCHOOL: Support for conversion of The Old School

Business
Tydd St Mary Parish Council news.

TYDD ST MARY PARISH COUNCIL: Invite for village school to help with community pavilion work

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Michael Duggan

Seventh hell as spot kick missed

Football
Henry Dunn scored Deeping's second goal on Saturday.

Rangers share the spoils as leaders maintain advantage

Non League
TRY SCORERS: Phil Trotman and Dom Peacock for Deepings, Dave Maudsley for Bourne.  Photo by Alan Hancock.

RUGBY ACTION: Derby day blues for Bourne once again as Hiscocks sees red

Sport
MIXED FORTUNES: Will Bird (left) gave Holbeach United the lead against Rothwell Corinthians before the Tigers had striker Charley Sanders (right) sent off before conceding a late penalty at Carter's Park.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG071217-251TW.

SATURDAY ROUND-UP: Spalding lose again, but draws for Holbeach, Deeping and Pinchbeck

Non League

RUGBY ACTION: Spalding banish winter blues to upset Ashby

Sport

ARCHERY: Hat-trick of national titles

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A Very British Christmas by Rhodri Marsden. Bookmark in Spalding's Book of the Week.

WEEKEND WEB: Book of the Week with Bookmark, Spalding

Whats on
SCOTTISH SONGSTRESS: Kerri Watt whose debut album is expected next year.  Photo supplied.

ALBUM REVIEWS: Contender to be next Scottish first lady of song

Music
GEORDIE SOUL: Newcastle jazz singer-songwriter Zoe Gilby will be performing with her quartet at Long Sutton Market House on Saturday, December 16, at 7.30pm.  Photo by Adrian Tilbrook.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Invitation to hear Geordie jazz queen in Long Sutton

Music

WEEKEND WEB: Tweet time and arty times for pupils

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Joanna, Tilly, Jeremy and Alfie ready for Laser Tag.

Tattershall Lakes – an amazing holiday destination right on our doorsteps

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WEEKEND WEB: From the hell of Passchendaele

Lifestyle