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Litter mountain is £1billion disgrace ... and we're paying the bill

Litter mountain is £1billion disgrace ... and we're paying the bill

Litter mountain is £1billion disgrace ... and we're paying the bill

16 August 2018

South Holland's community wardens have issued five fixed penalty notices since August 3.


Extension at yet to be built Spalding care home?

Extension at yet to be built Spalding care home?

Extension at yet to be built Spalding care home?

15 August 2018

Changes to include pub, gym, and extra floor space.


Shared frustrations about garden waste scheme in South Holland

Shared frustrations about garden waste scheme in South Holland

Shared frustrations about garden waste scheme in South Holland

15 August 2018

South Holland householders waiting to join the area's garden waste scheme are being told: "we will get round to you".

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Legion litter-pickers tidy up Gosberton

Legion litter-pickers tidy up Gosberton

Legion litter-pickers tidy up Gosberton

12 August 2018

British Legion members in Gosberton had had enough of the rubbish in the village - so they did something about it!


Transport in South Holland slowed progress in reducing CO2 emissions over five years

Transport in South Holland slowed progress in reducing CO2 emissions over five years

Transport in South Holland slowed progress in reducing CO2 emissions over five years

09 August 2018

But total CO2 emissions fell by 12.1% from 2011-2016


RURAL MATTERS: New homes needed...but in the right places

RURAL MATTERS: New homes needed...but in the right places

RURAL MATTERS: New homes needed...but in the right places

08 August 2018

The CPRE looks at the future of countryside housebuilding in RURAL MATTERS.

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TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE...

TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE...

TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE...

07 August 2018

In her monthly column, Rachel Shaw of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust looks at coastal wildlife...


WORD ON THE GROUND: The Agricultural Drought

WORD ON THE GROUND: The Agricultural Drought

WORD ON THE GROUND: The Agricultural Drought

06 August 2018

Our weekly agriculture column is this week written by Phil Ingleby.


Council responds to resident's complaint over rubbish left on street

Council responds to resident's complaint over rubbish left on street

Council responds to resident's complaint over rubbish left on street

03 August 2018

SHDC to remind crews of agreed procedures


Spalding council tax payer complains: 'Why am I still waiting for my wheelie bin'?

Spalding council tax payer complains: 'Why am I still waiting for my wheelie bin'?

Spalding council tax payer complains: 'Why am I still waiting for my wheelie bin'?

03 August 2018

A frustrated Spalding council tax payer has described his two-month wait to join the area's garden waste scheme.


Unsightly pylons to disappear from the skyline

Unsightly pylons to disappear from the skyline

Unsightly pylons to disappear from the skyline

02 August 2018

They go in initiative to improve power supplies


'Give Spalding bin men a brush and shovel to clear up nappies'

'Give Spalding bin men a brush and shovel to clear up nappies'

'Give Spalding bin men a brush and shovel to clear up nappies'

30 July 2018

Resident says council wouldn't accept his complaint about soiled nappies in the street ... because he wouldn't give his name.


Grab a litter-picker and help stop rubbish polluting the River Welland

Grab a litter-picker and help stop rubbish polluting the River Welland

Grab a litter-picker and help stop rubbish polluting the River Welland

30 July 2018

New initiative encourages town's residents to give just two minutes to join the big clean-up


PLANNING: Outline permission given for 60 homes in Sutton Bridge

PLANNING: Outline permission given for 60 homes in Sutton Bridge

PLANNING: Outline permission given for 60 homes in Sutton Bridge

26 July 2018

Residents voice concern over new development at rear of existing homes.


Warning to Donington kids not to climb scaffolding at derelict hotel

Warning to Donington kids not to climb scaffolding at derelict hotel

Warning to Donington kids not to climb scaffolding at derelict hotel

25 July 2018

Company carrying out remedial works at the Red Cow and removing signs above pavement


Spalding town centre pub can stay open

Spalding town centre pub can stay open

Spalding town centre pub can stay open

25 July 2018

The Black Swan's licence was reviewed by South Holland District Council this week.


Mum and daughter clean-up Glen at Pinchbeck by canoe

Mum and daughter clean-up Glen at Pinchbeck by canoe

Mum and daughter clean-up Glen at Pinchbeck by canoe

25 July 2018

Concerns about the effect thoughtlessly discarded rubbish has on our wildlife ...


Volunteers wade into Pinchbeck river to clear rubbish

Volunteers wade into Pinchbeck river to clear rubbish

Volunteers wade into Pinchbeck river to clear rubbish

20 July 2018

'I am full of admiration and I hope everyone is grateful', councillor says.


WORD ON THE GROUND: Wheat growers' pain could be farmers' gain

WORD ON THE GROUND: Wheat growers' pain could be farmers' gain

WORD ON THE GROUND: Wheat growers' pain could be farmers' gain

19 July 2018

The fluctuating fortunes of farmers are clear when you compare last year's harvest to this year, says Stafford Proctor.


Sutton Bridge hosts save the swifts day

Sutton Bridge hosts save the swifts day

Sutton Bridge hosts save the swifts day

11 July 2018

Focus on endangered swifts as St Matthew's hosts nature event


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