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D-day for grower’s plans

18 July 2022
D-day for grower’s plans

D-day for grower’s plans

18 July 2022

A salad crop grower’s plans to build a hydroponics unit and a road have been recommended for approval.


MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

18 July 2022
MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

18 July 2022

MP Sir John Hayes has revealed that he is now backing Kemi Badenoch as our new Prime Minister.

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Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

17 July 2022
Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

17 July 2022

The people who care for a popular nature reserve are devastated after a vandalism attack.

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Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

17 July 2022
Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

17 July 2022

A second South Holland man has been charged with non-fatal strangulation under new legislation which aims to protect victims of domestic abuse.


Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

17 July 2022
Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

17 July 2022

The relaunch of a youth club and other activities are hoped to curb some of the anti-social behaviour problems seen in Holbeach.

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Crews called to house fire

16 July 2022
Crews called to house fire

Crews called to house fire

16 July 2022

A house fire has been reported.


Bats delay chapel work

16 July 2022
Bats delay chapel work

Bats delay chapel work

16 July 2022

Work to restore a historic chapel will be delayed until the autumn after bats were discovered.


CCTV plans for park after attack

16 July 2022
CCTV plans for park after attack

CCTV plans for park after attack

16 July 2022

Additional security could be added to a town park following the sexual assault of a man last week.

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History centre to pop-up in town

16 July 2022
History centre to pop-up in town

History centre to pop-up in town

16 July 2022

Residents will be able to learn more about their town’s history at a pop-up historical centre.


‘We have not been listened to’

14 July 2022
‘We have not been listened to’

‘We have not been listened to’

14 July 2022

Disappointment rings though the town centre after a gambling company has won an appeal to open an adult gaming centre.

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Chain restaurants reveal opening hours

14 July 2022
Chain restaurants reveal opening hours

Chain restaurants reveal opening hours

14 July 2022

More details have emerged of the pending arrival of two long awaited chain restaurants.

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Parish council uses wrong legislation as it refuses to answer cemetery question

14 July 2022
Parish council uses wrong legislation as it refuses to answer cemetery question

Parish council uses wrong legislation as it refuses to answer cemetery question

14 July 2022

A parish council has refused to discuss an error in the cemetery.

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New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

13 July 2022
New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

13 July 2022

A new trail which will celebrate artefacts within a Spalding museum is hoped to boost tourism to the town.

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Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

13 July 2022
Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

Second man charged with non-fatal strangulation

13 July 2022

A second South Holland man has been charged with non-fatal strangulation under new legislation which aims to protect victims of domestic abuse.

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Academy students enjoy a great prom

13 July 2022
Academy students enjoy a great prom

Academy students enjoy a great prom

13 July 2022

An inflatable helter skelter helped students go out with a slide at a school ‘promfest’ amid end of year celebrations.


Fears road closure will hamper harvest

12 July 2022
Fears road closure will hamper harvest

Fears road closure will hamper harvest

12 July 2022

Concerns have been raised that harvest could be affected by roadworks blocking the centre of a village.


Eddie’s delight to be chosen for Fleet seat

12 July 2022
Eddie’s delight to be chosen for Fleet seat

Eddie’s delight to be chosen for Fleet seat

12 July 2022

A prospective Conservative district councillor - who has been chosen to stand in place of a current senior Tory - says it is an honour.

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Merkur wins appeal

12 July 2022
Merkur wins appeal

Merkur wins appeal

12 July 2022

A gambling firm has won its bid to open an gaming centre in Spalding town centre.

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Boris qutting gives town national focus

12 July 2022
Boris qutting gives town national focus

Boris qutting gives town national focus

12 July 2022

The resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson has brought national focus to Spalding over the weekend.

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Crop damaged by fire

12 July 2022
Crop damaged by fire

Crop damaged by fire

12 July 2022

A crop fire and a grassland blaze were among the incidents attended by south Lincolnshire firefighters.


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