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Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

14 August 2022

Supermarkets need to relax their specifications to allow for the impact of this year’s drought says a farmers’ representative.


Falling water levels are monitored

Falling water levels are monitored

Falling water levels are monitored

14 August 2022

Drainage authorities say water levels are dropping due to the dry weather.


Fears of potato shortage due to drought

Fears of potato shortage due to drought

Fears of potato shortage due to drought

14 August 2022

As temperatures soar in another heatwave, shoppers are being warned that a potato shortage looms as the drought bites.


The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

13 August 2022

Spalding Castle may have long since disappeared but fresh questions are still being posed about this long lost historical structure.

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Restoration project tells interesting tale

Restoration project tells interesting tale

Restoration project tells interesting tale

13 August 2022

A project to restore the gates at Ayscoughfee Hall has led blacksmiths on a ‘voyage of discovery’.

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Club celebrates riders

Club celebrates riders

Club celebrates riders

13 August 2022

The achievements of riders were celebrated during a riding club’s summer party.


Rider Jayne is a champion at 68

Rider Jayne is a champion at 68

Rider Jayne is a champion at 68

13 August 2022

A pensioner is proving that age is no barrier to success after becoming a champion at a national show for the first time.


Rodent infestation leaves mum and son living in shed

Rodent infestation leaves mum and son living in shed

Rodent infestation leaves mum and son living in shed

12 August 2022

A mother and her two-year-old son have been forced to live in a shed due to a mice infestation at their home.

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Drought declared after driest summer in 50 years

Drought declared after driest summer in 50 years

Drought declared after driest summer in 50 years

12 August 2022

A drought has been declared for parts of England following the driest summer for 50 years which has deprived some areas of rainfall all summer.


Why haven’t we got a hosepipe ban in Spalding despite drought conditions?

Why haven’t we got a hosepipe ban in Spalding despite drought conditions?

Why haven’t we got a hosepipe ban in Spalding despite drought conditions?

12 August 2022

Four water companies in England have now announced a hosepipe ban, so why hasn't Anglian Water?

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Return set for Spalding Festival in 2023

Return set for Spalding Festival in 2023

Return set for Spalding Festival in 2023

11 August 2022

A much-loved event is set to make its long-awaited return.

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Festival to be the best yet

Festival to be the best yet

Festival to be the best yet

11 August 2022

Festival season is in full swing, and food fanatics will get their chance to join in with the fun next month.

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Warning as 31c is forecast

Warning as 31c is forecast

Warning as 31c is forecast

11 August 2022

Temperatures in South Holland are set to hit 32C.


Farm open day blooms into life

Farm open day blooms into life

Farm open day blooms into life

10 August 2022

A flower farm brought sunshine and happiness to 140 people as they explored acres of land.


Why grey water can save your garden and 8 other water saving tips

Why grey water can save your garden and 8 other water saving tips

Why grey water can save your garden and 8 other water saving tips

09 August 2022

With drought-like conditions across the county, here's 9 ways to save water while still caring for your home and garden.


Fire devastates row of homes and family left with nothing

Fire devastates row of homes and family left with nothing

Fire devastates row of homes and family left with nothing

08 August 2022

A family responsible for raising funds for their village to enjoy Jubilee celebrations have lost everything in a house fire.

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Village coming to terms with tragedy after man's death

Village coming to terms with tragedy after man's death

Village coming to terms with tragedy after man's death

08 August 2022

Neighbours were trying to come to terms with the tragedy that had happened on their doorstep yesterday after a man died in a house fire.


Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

08 August 2022

Councils can and must use stricter rules to make sure takeaways help clear-up after customers, says the government.

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Has the final resting place of the ‘forgotten abbot’ been found?

Has the final resting place of the ‘forgotten abbot’ been found?

Has the final resting place of the ‘forgotten abbot’ been found?

07 August 2022

Has the grave of a long forgotten abbot at Crowland Abbey finally been found?


Get on your marks for the Colour Run

Get on your marks for the Colour Run

Get on your marks for the Colour Run

07 August 2022

Long Sutton Hockey Club’s popular Colour Run is back this summer after a three-year absence.


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