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Grants for environment groups in area

Grants for environment groups in area

Grants for environment groups in area

30 October 2019

Four environmental groups in the area will share £10,000 in grants from a retailer.


Crunch time for town's crisp packet recycling scheme

Crunch time for town's crisp packet recycling scheme

Crunch time for town's crisp packet recycling scheme

24 October 2019

A town's crisp packet recycling scheme has been wrapped up after eight months.


Time to get raspberries in

Time to get raspberries in

Time to get raspberries in

22 October 2019

Regular columnist Mark Cox is advising on how to get the best rapsberry crop next year.


Plans to regenerate two town centres

Plans to regenerate two town centres

Plans to regenerate two town centres

21 October 2019

Plans are being announced to introduce an arts trial, events programme and new toilets.

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Nature helps mental health

Nature helps mental health

Nature helps mental health

16 October 2019

Regular columnist Rachel Shaw, from Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, explores the difference nature makes to mental health.


Get your winter veg in

Get your winter veg in

Get your winter veg in

15 October 2019

Our regular columnist, Mark Cox, of Baytree Garden Centre, is turning his attention to overwintering vegetables.


Rabbit rescued

Rabbit rescued

Rabbit rescued

14 October 2019

This domestic rabbit was found living among the rubbish by litter pickers.


Massive transformer on our roads this morning

Massive transformer on our roads this morning

Massive transformer on our roads this morning

13 October 2019

A huge transformer journeyed along our roads this morning after being brought across from Austria.


Plans for new eco home at plant hire firm

Plans for new eco home at plant hire firm

Plans for new eco home at plant hire firm

12 October 2019

A village could see an innovation in housing design if plans for a "energy-positive" home go ahead.


Smoking bags of rubbish prompt calls to dispose of batteries properly

Smoking bags of rubbish prompt calls to dispose of batteries properly

Smoking bags of rubbish prompt calls to dispose of batteries properly

08 October 2019

Residents are urged not to throw batteries into rubbish or recycling bags following a number of fires.


It's a triple blitz as litter-pickers spruce up three villages

It's a triple blitz as litter-pickers spruce up three villages

It's a triple blitz as litter-pickers spruce up three villages

08 October 2019

Three villages benefited from a litter blitz when volunteers hit the streets.


School's pond life project is an award winner

School's pond life project is an award winner

School's pond life project is an award winner

08 October 2019

A school project involving creating a wildlife pond brought a top award in recognition of the hard work from pupils, staff and parents.


Recycling trial so popular that collections will continue tomorrow

Recycling trial so popular that collections will continue tomorrow

Recycling trial so popular that collections will continue tomorrow

07 October 2019

A cardboard and paper recycling collection trial proved so popular that not all collections could be made in the one day planned.

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Seals released back into the wild after recovering from severe wounds

Seals released back into the wild after recovering from severe wounds

Seals released back into the wild after recovering from severe wounds

07 October 2019

Five seals, including two which were badly injured by discarded litter, have been released back into the wild.


MPs should put more energy and passion into resolving our Brexit problems rather than hurling insults

MPs should put more energy and passion into resolving our Brexit problems rather than hurling insults

MPs should put more energy and passion into resolving our Brexit problems rather than hurling insults

07 October 2019

Word on the Ground columnist Sue Lamb is highlighting how Brexit is impacting on workforce and the £1.3billion ornamental sector.

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Another delay on relief road for 'summer of hell' residents

Another delay on relief road for 'summer of hell' residents

Another delay on relief road for 'summer of hell' residents

02 October 2019

Options for the middle section of a £100million road have been further delayed while anxious residents wait to see if their homes could be bulldozed.


Winter is coming...so get your garden ready!

Winter is coming...so get your garden ready!

Winter is coming...so get your garden ready!

01 October 2019

Mark Cox, from Baytree, shares more advice in his regular column, Out in the Garden


Met Office issued a yellow weather warning

Met Office issued a yellow weather warning

Met Office issued a yellow weather warning

01 October 2019

Heavy rain has been forecast for the next 12 hours.


Promising start to cardboard and paper recycling

Promising start to cardboard and paper recycling

Promising start to cardboard and paper recycling

27 September 2019

Promotion of a card and paper recycling trial is to be stepped out after early results proved encouraging.


Search for fly-tippers who dumped windscreens on rural road

Search for fly-tippers who dumped windscreens on rural road

Search for fly-tippers who dumped windscreens on rural road

25 September 2019

Fly-tippers have been warned to expect court action if they are caught.


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