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Dismay over loss of trees making way for new homes

Dismay over loss of trees making way for new homes

Dismay over loss of trees making way for new homes

17 October 2020

Dog walkers and wildlife enthusiasts are saddened by the 'devastation' of an area beauty spot.

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'It's a shame' says village after sale falls through

'It's a shame' says village after sale falls through

'It's a shame' says village after sale falls through

16 October 2020

Hopes that an eyesore would be finally be sorted have been dashed.

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Our community deserves better

Our community deserves better

Our community deserves better

15 October 2020

In the weekly growers column, Word on the Ground, farmer Chris Carter discusses flytipping.


Back on the market as sale falls through

Back on the market as sale falls through

Back on the market as sale falls through

13 October 2020

This derelict hotel will be going under the hammer again.

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Frighteningly good fun for the family

Frighteningly good fun for the family

Frighteningly good fun for the family

12 October 2020

Visitors enjoyed a host of attractions.


New property for families fleeing domestic abuse

New property for families fleeing domestic abuse

New property for families fleeing domestic abuse

12 October 2020

Housing provider and domestic abuse service are working together.


How South Holland looked during the Iron Age

How South Holland looked during the Iron Age

How South Holland looked during the Iron Age

11 October 2020

Researcher Stuart Henderson has stepped back in time to see just what the area looked like nearly 3,000 years ago.


Charity groups are set to return to meet ups after months online

Charity groups are set to return to meet ups after months online

Charity groups are set to return to meet ups after months online

10 October 2020

Community support is more important now than ever.


‘Dumping ground’ for fly-tipping and disorder revealed

‘Dumping ground’ for fly-tipping and disorder revealed

‘Dumping ground’ for fly-tipping and disorder revealed

07 October 2020

Complaints have been made about anti-social behaviour at the site of an empty building in town.

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Archaeologists surprised by Spalding dig

Archaeologists surprised by Spalding dig

Archaeologists surprised by Spalding dig

04 October 2020

Evidence of Romans transporting salt from this site has been uncovered.


Lottery funding will help support rare crane chick

Lottery funding will help support rare crane chick

Lottery funding will help support rare crane chick

04 October 2020

We find out how the first crane chick born in Lincolnshire in 400 years is getting on.


On the hunt for a bargain

On the hunt for a bargain

On the hunt for a bargain

03 October 2020

Here are our pictures from the event.


Helping to keep Spalding park tidy

Helping to keep Spalding park tidy

Helping to keep Spalding park tidy

03 October 2020

Volunteers have done their bit to tidy a town park.

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Village joins forces for cemetery tidy

Village joins forces for cemetery tidy

Village joins forces for cemetery tidy

02 October 2020

Birds had made a mess of the cemetery.

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Questions asked over fencing around land off A17

Questions asked over fencing around land off A17

Questions asked over fencing around land off A17

02 October 2020

Mystery surrounds a change to the landscape near one of the area's busiest roads.

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Two people were fined for spitting in the town centre

Two people were fined for spitting in the town centre

Two people were fined for spitting in the town centre

02 October 2020

Shoppers and visitors are urged to report incidents of anti-social behaviour.


Heavy rain to lash down on South Holland

Heavy rain to lash down on South Holland

Heavy rain to lash down on South Holland

02 October 2020

A wet weekend is in prospect for South Holland thanks to Storm Alex.


Tenants urged to test heating before winter arrives

Tenants urged to test heating before winter arrives

Tenants urged to test heating before winter arrives

01 October 2020

Tenants are being urged to test their heating systems work before winter hits

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Operation Galileo launched for another season to combat hare coursing

Operation Galileo launched for another season to combat hare coursing

Operation Galileo launched for another season to combat hare coursing

30 September 2020

Police have unveiled new and trusted tactics to stop gangs trespassing on farmland to hunt wildlife.

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Cakes at the ready for the big bake-off

Cakes at the ready for the big bake-off

Cakes at the ready for the big bake-off

30 September 2020

Showstoppers at the ready for this village bake-off.


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