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Residents urged to back local independent traders

28 August 2020
Residents urged to back local independent traders

Residents urged to back local independent traders

28 August 2020

Traders in our towns are well on the road to recovery but residents are being urged to shop locally more often to keep our high streets vibrant.


VJ Day 75: Motel welcomes veterans and visitors for commemorations

17 August 2020
VJ Day 75: Motel welcomes veterans and visitors for commemorations

VJ Day 75: Motel welcomes veterans and visitors for commemorations

17 August 2020

A huge event day to commemorate VJ day will benefit hospital nurses and veterans.


South Holland marks VJ Day

17 August 2020
South Holland marks VJ Day

South Holland marks VJ Day

17 August 2020

Ceremonies were held across the district to mark VJ Day.

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Sales boom as we upgrade our homes and gardens

16 August 2020
Sales boom as we upgrade our homes and gardens

Sales boom as we upgrade our homes and gardens

16 August 2020

Lockdown and post-lockdown spending has fuelled a sales boom in DIY, furniture, home furnishings and garden furniture.


London Marathon run is switched to South Holland village

16 August 2020
London Marathon run is switched to South Holland village

London Marathon run is switched to South Holland village

16 August 2020

A London Marathon entrant is raising money for Children with Cancer UK by running on his home territory.


Newly painted pencil posts are a road safety step for school

16 August 2020
Newly painted pencil posts are a road safety step for school

Newly painted pencil posts are a road safety step for school

16 August 2020

Wooden posts outside a popular school have been painted up to look like pencils in a bid to encourage drivers to slow down.


Dance school bounces back with classes and strict safety measures

13 August 2020
Dance school bounces back with classes and strict safety measures

Dance school bounces back with classes and strict safety measures

13 August 2020

A dance school that closed for lockdown opened its doors on Monday and welcomed back students in ballet, jazz, street and contemporary.


Why raise parking charges when traders are suffering?

13 August 2020
Why raise parking charges when traders are suffering?

Why raise parking charges when traders are suffering?

13 August 2020

A leading Spalding trader is upset by a parking charge hike as shops battle a downturn in business sparked by COVID-19.


Building works starts on 36 new affordable homes

13 August 2020
Building works starts on 36 new affordable homes

Building works starts on 36 new affordable homes

13 August 2020

Construction of 36 new affordable homes has started and they are expected to be ready by July next year.


The homes and jobs we need - but at what cost?

12 August 2020
The homes and jobs we need - but at what cost?

The homes and jobs we need - but at what cost?

12 August 2020

Are changes to the planning systems visionary or disastrous? Find out in our special feature.

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Traders' chairman says don't hit us now with higher parking charges

12 August 2020
Traders' chairman says don't hit us now with higher parking charges

Traders' chairman says don't hit us now with higher parking charges

12 August 2020

Businesses struggling to get back on their feet because of COVID-19 don't need the body blow of higher parking fees, a leading trader says.

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Lockdown breach: district's first business to lose premises licence

11 August 2020
Lockdown breach: district's first business to lose premises licence

Lockdown breach: district's first business to lose premises licence

11 August 2020

A business that opened during lockdown will lose its right to sell alcohol unless an appeal is lodged and won in the courts.

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Police need your help to trace missing woman

11 August 2020
Police need your help to trace missing woman

Police need your help to trace missing woman

11 August 2020

Police are appealing for help in tracing a woman who has gone missing today with a girl aged four.


Verdict expected later on coffee shop boss who opened during lockdown

11 August 2020
Verdict expected later on coffee shop boss who opened during lockdown

Verdict expected later on coffee shop boss who opened during lockdown

11 August 2020

A coffee shop boss claims he opened during lockdown for a children's party but a licensing panel heard today there were adults there drinking alcohol.


Fresh bid to save wildlife on our roads

10 August 2020
Fresh bid to save wildlife on our roads

Fresh bid to save wildlife on our roads

10 August 2020

Duck crossing signs are to go up in a town where birds have been killed by speeding drivers.


New £800K classrooms taking shape

09 August 2020
New £800K classrooms taking shape

New £800K classrooms taking shape

09 August 2020

An historic school is expanding with new classrooms but COVID-19 has delayed the planned September opening.


Going al fresco to boost towns’ trade

07 August 2020
Going al fresco to boost towns’ trade

Going al fresco to boost towns’ trade

07 August 2020

New pavement licences will allow traders to set up stalls or put tables and chairs outside their shops.


Nearly £6 million for new food zone at Holbeach

06 August 2020
Nearly £6 million for new food zone at Holbeach

Nearly £6 million for new food zone at Holbeach

06 August 2020

A project will be getting nearly £6million from the Government.


Bowls club gives away thousands of pounds

06 August 2020
Bowls club gives away thousands of pounds

Bowls club gives away thousands of pounds

06 August 2020

A bowls club forced to close through dwindling membership has given a big pay day to 10 sports groups.


Village yard sale is a success by a country mile

04 August 2020
Village yard sale is a success by a country mile

Village yard sale is a success by a country mile

04 August 2020

Villagers held a combined yard sale to kick-start funding to upgrade their park.


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