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Music fans flock to festival

23 June 2022
Music fans flock to festival

Music fans flock to festival

23 June 2022

Music fans flocked to a festival held at a village pub over the weekend.


Celebrating the Fens

23 June 2022
Celebrating the Fens

Celebrating the Fens

23 June 2022

Historic features of the South Lincolnshire Fens were celebrated during a special event over the weekend.


Armed Forces Day parade and flag raising

22 June 2022
Armed Forces Day parade and flag raising

Armed Forces Day parade and flag raising

22 June 2022

Veterans and serving personnel marched to honour the commitment shown by our armed forces.


Crowds return for country show

20 June 2022
Crowds return for country show

Crowds return for country show

20 June 2022

Organisers of a country show are hoping to make it 'bigger and better' after successful weekend.


Cyclist involved in collision

20 June 2022
Cyclist involved in collision

Cyclist involved in collision

20 June 2022

Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash over the weekend.


Bringing Art to the People

19 June 2022
Bringing Art to the People

Bringing Art to the People

19 June 2022

Transported Arts, along with the Gentleman’s Society, exhibited their ‘rich and eclectic’ collection of artefacts.


Car scheme puts out appeal for new drivers as numbers drop

19 June 2022
Car scheme puts out appeal for new drivers as numbers drop

Car scheme puts out appeal for new drivers as numbers drop

19 June 2022

Volunteers drivers who provide a lifeline service to ensure patients are able to reach medical appointments are appealing for help.


Plans to ease traffic queues

19 June 2022
Plans to ease traffic queues

Plans to ease traffic queues

19 June 2022

New restrictions could be imposed to stop cars parking in a town centre in a bid to improve traffic flow.

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School fun and festival of music 25 years ago

19 June 2022
School fun and festival of music 25 years ago

School fun and festival of music 25 years ago

19 June 2022

We look through the pages of the Spalding Guardian of June, 1997.


Rotarians dig deep for Ukraine appeal

19 June 2022
Rotarians dig deep for Ukraine appeal

Rotarians dig deep for Ukraine appeal

19 June 2022

A Rotary club has raised £2,340 for the displaced, hungry and terrified in Ukraine.


Mixed reaction from growers

18 June 2022
Mixed reaction from growers

Mixed reaction from growers

18 June 2022

The Government’s food strategy has received a mixed response from some of the area’s growers and farmers.

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Emotional journey of discovery as Jane retraces her dad’s war

18 June 2022
Emotional journey of discovery as Jane retraces her dad’s war

Emotional journey of discovery as Jane retraces her dad’s war

18 June 2022

A woman has traced the movements of her father who made a daring escape from a train bound for a German stalag before spending two years on the run.


Pupils enjoy beach day without heading to coast

18 June 2022
Pupils enjoy beach day without heading to coast

Pupils enjoy beach day without heading to coast

18 June 2022

Pupils enjoyed an enrichment beach day.


So much planned for Medieval Festival

18 June 2022
So much planned for Medieval Festival

So much planned for Medieval Festival

18 June 2022

Visitors will be stepping back in time when a medieval festival takes place next month.


Scientists leading the way with innovation

18 June 2022
Scientists leading the way with innovation

Scientists leading the way with innovation

18 June 2022

Low calorie foods and finding alternative uses for waste products are among the ways in which scientists are making a difference.


Couple’s open garden fundraiser

17 June 2022
Couple’s open garden fundraiser

Couple’s open garden fundraiser

17 June 2022

A couple opened their garden to the public to raise money for Myelona blood cancer.

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Planning decisions

17 June 2022
Planning decisions

Planning decisions

17 June 2022

Here are the latest planning decisions made by local councils.


District leading the way with food innovation but the cheap era is over

17 June 2022
District leading the way with food innovation but the cheap era is over

District leading the way with food innovation but the cheap era is over

17 June 2022

South Holland is leading the way with innovation in food - but farmers have warned that the ‘cheap era’ is over.

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Man sentenced for having steak knife in the street

17 June 2022
Man sentenced for having steak knife in the street

Man sentenced for having steak knife in the street

17 June 2022

A man found with a steak knife has been given a suspended prison sentence.

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Flood water was lapping up to door steps

15 June 2022
Flood water was lapping up to door steps

Flood water was lapping up to door steps

15 June 2022

Villagers are calling for action after a foot of flood water was lapping near their door steps.


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