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WEEKEND WEB: Spalding Sea Scouts pictured back in 1968

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Engineering students from Spalding Grammar School visited Guttridge Ltd in Pinchbeck recently as part of the Engineering Education Scheme. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG071217-103TW

I hope our brightest and best embrace the ‘Year of Engineering’

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Gosberton Risegate reader Mark Joy visited Wales last month to search for a rare fungi, Geastrum elegans (Elegant Earthstar).  British Mycological Society Fungal Records Database of Britain reports only 19 sightings since 1892, with the last in 2011.

WEEKEND WEB: Free Press letters

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The audience said - it’s a cracker!

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Holbeach to ‘regroup’ after heritage ‘No’

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SPALDING GUARDIAN CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL: Seasonal kindness from the Professionals

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Spalding man’s blackmail conviction after fight

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CHARITY CHIPPY: Fardous Ali is opening Westlode Fisheries in Westlode Street, Spalding, on Christmas Day when free dish and chips will be served to the homeless, hungry, lonely and vulnerable.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG100317-118TW.

Spalding chip shop serving free fish and chips to homeless, hungry and lonely on Christmas Day

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FLYING FUNDRAISERS: Maxine Winch (front centre) and Holbeach Hospital staff with Fenland Flywheelers members Andrew French, David Bryant and John Ward.  Photos (TIM WILSON): SG241117-151TW.

Hard work but big return for Holbeach Hospital

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Spalding boss Chris Rawlinson and assistant Matt Easton

FOOTBALL: Steel needed by the Tulips

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FORWARD DASH: Richard Cooke attacks for Spalding against Ashby.  Photos (TIM WILSON):  SG091217-107TW.

RUGBY UNION: Town aim to take good form away with them

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Jordan Philpott

BOWLS: Danielle ready for international debut

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FOOTBALL: County association to bring independents onto discipline panel

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CROSS-COUNTRY: Taylor leads GB to Euro gold

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FOOTBALL: Early inspection for Bugbrooke pitch

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FOOTBALL: Tigers looking to bounce straight back

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Weaves: Wide Open.

ALBUM REVIEW: Lots going on in this album and it’s not for everyone

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Laura Oakes: Nashville Stole Your Girl.

ALBUM REVIEW: A ‘Country’ girl - straight out of Liverpool

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Rews: Pyro.

ALBUM REVIEW: A big sound from female rock duo Rews

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Community development officer Jessica Horne views Owl at Rest by Benjamin Bramma at last year's exhibition

Entries invited to South Holland Open Arts Exhibition

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Zoe with her finished Christmas wreath. Photo: Tim Wilson (SG301117-124TW)

Learning how to make a Christmas wreath at Baytree’s free workshops

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WEEKEND WEB: Tweet time and arty times for pupils

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