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Business coach wins Innovation award once again

Business coach wins Innovation award once again

Business coach wins Innovation award once again

25 July 2022

Inspirational business speaker Taz Thornton has been named the UK’s Personal Empowerment Specialist Of the Year for the second year running.


Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

25 July 2022

A business owner has been forced to wave goodbye to her prized project after an avalanche of problems with Brexit and the pandemic.


Threat to small family farms by cost rise

Threat to small family farms by cost rise

Threat to small family farms by cost rise

24 July 2022

Concerns have been raised that the traditional family farm could be under threat.

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Eco-garden made by Bakkavor team

Eco-garden made by Bakkavor team

Eco-garden made by Bakkavor team

24 July 2022

A previously disused piece of land has been lovingly transformed into a thriving eco-garden by factory staff.


Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

24 July 2022

Civic campaigners are calling for Spalding to have a shop front policy in a bid to stop traders having ‘eyesore’ vinyl window stickers.

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Light and airy living

Light and airy living

Light and airy living

24 July 2022

This spacious family home promises light and airy living in an immaculately presented property.


Dream comes true as teacher Rebecca opens her own studio

Dream comes true as teacher Rebecca opens her own studio

Dream comes true as teacher Rebecca opens her own studio

23 July 2022

She’s always been passionate about art, so it’s a dream come true for Rebecca Stamp to open her own studio.


NFU offices set to be re-located

NFU offices set to be re-located

NFU offices set to be re-located

22 July 2022

The National Farmers Union Mutual Offices in Spalding are set to be re-located when expansion work begins at Springfields.

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Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

22 July 2022

With the school holidays just days away, airlines have been issued with a strongly-worded warning about summer cancellations.


The short-changing of Spalding

The short-changing of Spalding

The short-changing of Spalding

21 July 2022

Writer Andrew Elsden shares his views on why he thinks the area has been badly let down.

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Opening date for new Domino's site

Opening date for new Domino's site

Opening date for new Domino's site

21 July 2022

A pizza chain has confirmed that it will be opening its new site next week.

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Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

21 July 2022

A string of applications were decided during a three-hour planning commitee meeting last night.


Licensing bid for new village shop

Licensing bid for new village shop

Licensing bid for new village shop

21 July 2022

An application has been lodged to open another off licence in a village.


Takeaway is recruiting delivery drivers

Takeaway is recruiting delivery drivers

Takeaway is recruiting delivery drivers

20 July 2022

A pizza company is recruiting drivers ahead of the opening of its new site in Long Sutton.

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Adult gaming centre eyes active role in town

Adult gaming centre eyes active role in town

Adult gaming centre eyes active role in town

20 July 2022

Bosses at an adult gaming centre say they want to play an ‘active role in the local community’ after winning a planning battle.

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'It's only a bit of weather' says stoic fishmonger

'It's only a bit of weather' says stoic fishmonger

'It's only a bit of weather' says stoic fishmonger

19 July 2022

A stoic fishmonger was not deterred by the heatwave from serving customers today.

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Plans go in for Pets at Home

Plans go in for Pets at Home

Plans go in for Pets at Home

19 July 2022

A former food store could be converted into a pet shop under new plans.

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Restaurant open date is revealed

Restaurant open date is revealed

Restaurant open date is revealed

19 July 2022

A chain restaurant has announced its opening date.

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Town pubs urged to stay open despite ‘traveller’ rumours

Town pubs urged to stay open despite ‘traveller’ rumours

Town pubs urged to stay open despite ‘traveller’ rumours

19 July 2022

Town centre pubs are being urged to remain open on a date when a group of travellers are said to be meeting in the area.

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Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

16 July 2022

A haulage company has provided a further boost to the organisers of the new Spalding Flower Parade.

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