Spalding Guardian

Search for missing Holbeach teen

Sutton St James news.  'Photo by Tim Wilson. ''SG191012-269TW.

SUTTON ST JAMES PARISH COUNCIL: New glasshouse plan for village could bring new jobs

Gordon Chilvers and Graham Bennett of Double G Clothing, King's Lynn, sponsors of the Outstanding Sporting Achievement award.  Photo by Paul Marsh.  MLNF16PM03142.

EDUCATION AWARDS 2018: Sporting stars and little stars

Light rain

Firefighters release casualty in Pode Hole crash


New ‘Fatal 4 flying squad’ for Lincolnshire is launched


Nominate youngsters to be a Crowland Young Achiever


Spalding hospital’s Tulip Suite gets cash boost from tea

Anthony Joshua celebrates his world record

Nicky helps champ break Boxercise world record

Retired teachers Margaret Rose and Joan Thornton (front), with staff member and former pupil Maxine Wilson (right), head teacher Jane Moody (back) and students. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG170418-114TW

Peele at Long Sutton rolls back the years as teachers there 60 years ago return to school

Holbeach lost 4-0 at Wisbech on Boxing Day

FOOTBALL: Derby day at Holbeach United

Non League
Neal Spafford

FOOTBALL: Floodgates opened in heavy defeat

Non League
Spalding captain Gary King, who scored his 14th goal of the season on Tuesday night, is unavailable for the derby against his former club Lincoln. Photo: TIM WILSON

FOOTBALL: ‘Wake-up call’ for Spalding United

Non League
Scott Coupland

FOOTBALL: Derby delight for Deeping Rangers

Non League

CRICKET: Spalding set pace with top score


RUGBY UNION: Spalding leave the best until last for home win

Alden, Patterson and Dashwood.

An evening of great musicianship expected

Whats on
The Settlers, who are playing at St Mary's Church in Pinchbeck. Photo copyright Nigel Haggerty ACS.

The Settlers to perform in Pinchbeck

Whats on
The South Holland Singers at a previous performance.

Raising the roof to classic Vivaldi in Spalding

Whats on
Lawn seed

WEEKEND WEB: It’s time to weed and feed the lawn

A small tortoiseshell butterfly, captured on camera by Rachel Shaw of Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

WEEKEND WEB: Tuning in to nature is good for the health

Leverton Stores office staff pictured in May 1947

Leverton’s women workers 
in 1947