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Firm stages Santa Grotto for employees ... and employees donate gifts for deprived children

Firm stages Santa Grotto for employees ... and employees donate gifts for deprived children

Firm stages Santa Grotto for employees ... and employees donate gifts for deprived children

26 December 2019

A firm with more than 750 employees has staged a Santa grotto while employees dug deep to fund gifts for deprived children.


Accountants to raise funds for Pancreatic Cancer UK

Accountants to raise funds for Pancreatic Cancer UK

Accountants to raise funds for Pancreatic Cancer UK

26 December 2019

An accountancy and tax advice firm has announced its charity of the year for 2020.


New team members thanks to funding

New team members thanks to funding

New team members thanks to funding

24 December 2019

A foundry business has added two new members to the team thanks to grant funding.


Talks under way to get a village's post office reopened without delay

Talks under way to get a village's post office reopened without delay

Talks under way to get a village's post office reopened without delay

23 December 2019

After the sudden closure of a post office, options are being looked at to restart the service.


Scaffolding firm up for major award

Scaffolding firm up for major award

Scaffolding firm up for major award

22 December 2019

A scaffolding firm has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.


Do I need planning permission?

Do I need planning permission?

Do I need planning permission?

22 December 2019

In their fortnightly advice column, solicitors Mossop and Bowser talk about planning permission.


Support business by buying a bottle of wine with your name on it

Support business by buying a bottle of wine with your name on it

Support business by buying a bottle of wine with your name on it

21 December 2019

An online gift business has extended its product range to include personalised bottles, watches, wallets and more, thanks to grant funding.


Keep it in the family

Keep it in the family

Keep it in the family

21 December 2019

A family busines that has been a barber, a sweet shop and a tobacconist is celebrating 60 years.


Library to close in January for upgrade work

Library to close in January for upgrade work

Library to close in January for upgrade work

20 December 2019

A library will close its doors for two weeks in the new year for essential building works and improvements.


Traders would like car parking to be reduce further

Traders would like car parking to be reduce further

Traders would like car parking to be reduce further

20 December 2019

Traders are pleased the council has listened but feel the price could go down further.


Last Christmas at pub for 'Punchbowl Pete' and family

Last Christmas at pub for 'Punchbowl Pete' and family

Last Christmas at pub for 'Punchbowl Pete' and family

18 December 2019

A family in charge of a popular pub are getting ready for their last Christmas before moving on to do other things.


'It is just outrageous' - town traders campaign against new parking charges due to start from January 1

'It is just outrageous' - town traders campaign against new parking charges due to start from January 1

'It is just outrageous' - town traders campaign against new parking charges due to start from January 1

17 December 2019

Business owners have started petitions against 'extortionate' rises to parking fees - and have asked customers for their help.

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Spalding factory will close next year

Spalding factory will close next year

Spalding factory will close next year

17 December 2019

Owners of a Spalding factory have confirmed that it will be closing in the autumn.


Thank you to loyal clients as salon marks its 30th birthday

Thank you to loyal clients as salon marks its 30th birthday

Thank you to loyal clients as salon marks its 30th birthday

17 December 2019

Two customers have been visiting the same Long Sutton hair salon for an incredible 30 years!


Shop's bid for extra hours to sell alcohol at Christmas denied

Shop's bid for extra hours to sell alcohol at Christmas denied

Shop's bid for extra hours to sell alcohol at Christmas denied

16 December 2019

Area's licensing authority acts after 'serious concerns' raised by police

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Web company has designs on new staff after successes

Web company has designs on new staff after successes

Web company has designs on new staff after successes

12 December 2019

A web design and development company has taken on four new employees and is still searching for more employees.


‘Village Co-op here to stay’ is the pledge from bosses

‘Village Co-op here to stay’ is the pledge from bosses

‘Village Co-op here to stay’ is the pledge from bosses

11 December 2019

The Co-op remains committed to a village that recently lost its only other convenience store.


Hairdresser marks 30 years in business

Hairdresser marks 30 years in business

Hairdresser marks 30 years in business

11 December 2019

Perms were all the rage when Amanda Burton started her salon and, while fashions have changed, business is still going strong.


Forging closer ties with Jamaica

Forging closer ties with Jamaica

Forging closer ties with Jamaica

10 December 2019

South Holland District Council is looking to forge closer links with Spalding in Jamaica.


Audiologist opens up new shop in town centre

Audiologist opens up new shop in town centre

Audiologist opens up new shop in town centre

09 December 2019

An audiologist has set up shop in the town centre.

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