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D-day for grower’s plans

D-day for grower’s plans

D-day for grower’s plans

18 July 2022

A salad crop grower’s plans to build a hydroponics unit and a road have been recommended for approval.


Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

Nature reserve blighted by vandalism attack

17 July 2022

The people who care for a popular nature reserve are devastated after a vandalism attack.

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A better vision for the future

A better vision for the future

A better vision for the future

17 July 2022

A community centre, covered market, town hall, gig venue and museum have all been suggested as possible uses for the eyesore Bull & Monkie site.

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Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

Youth club to help tackle anti-social behaviour

17 July 2022

The relaunch of a youth club and other activities are hoped to curb some of the anti-social behaviour problems seen in Holbeach.

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Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

Haulage company promises to play pivotal role in flower parade

16 July 2022

A haulage company has provided a further boost to the organisers of the new Spalding Flower Parade.

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Bats delay chapel work

Bats delay chapel work

Bats delay chapel work

16 July 2022

Work to restore a historic chapel will be delayed until the autumn after bats were discovered.


Heatwave prompts bin collection change

Heatwave prompts bin collection change

Heatwave prompts bin collection change

15 July 2022

Residents are being asked to put their rubbish out early on Monday and Tuesday next week with collections beginning early because of the heatwave.

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Village named most polluted place in UK

Village named most polluted place in UK

Village named most polluted place in UK

15 July 2022

One South Holland village has been named as one of the most polluted places in the country.


New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

New artefact themed trail to boost tourism

13 July 2022

A new trail which will celebrate artefacts within a Spalding museum is hoped to boost tourism to the town.

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Councillors move forward with plan to tackle district's untidy sites

Councillors move forward with plan to tackle district's untidy sites

Councillors move forward with plan to tackle district's untidy sites

13 July 2022

Councillors have agreed to push forward with a policy set out to tackle our district's untidy sites.

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Fears road closure will hamper harvest

Fears road closure will hamper harvest

Fears road closure will hamper harvest

12 July 2022

Concerns have been raised that harvest could be affected by roadworks blocking the centre of a village.


Ice-cream shops give us the scoop on heat wave success

Ice-cream shops give us the scoop on heat wave success

Ice-cream shops give us the scoop on heat wave success

12 July 2022

We toured the Spalding town centre to discuss the success of ice cream and dessert parlours during the UK's extreme heatwave.


Boris qutting gives town national focus

Boris qutting gives town national focus

Boris qutting gives town national focus

12 July 2022

The resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson has brought national focus to Spalding over the weekend.

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Crop damaged by fire

Crop damaged by fire

Crop damaged by fire

12 July 2022

A crop fire and a grassland blaze were among the incidents attended by south Lincolnshire firefighters.


Search for homeless shows state of town

Search for homeless shows state of town

Search for homeless shows state of town

10 July 2022

Exploring Spalding at night unearths grizzly underbelly.

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Education Awards: School’s dedication to nurturing impresses judges

Education Awards: School’s dedication to nurturing impresses judges

Education Awards: School’s dedication to nurturing impresses judges

08 July 2022

A dedication to teaching children to nurture plants and animals led judges to select this year’s Environmental Champion.


Play area delayed as plans are rejected

Play area delayed as plans are rejected

Play area delayed as plans are rejected

06 July 2022

A project to build a play area in Moulton has been hit by a further delay - as the plans do not fit the rectangle shape allotted.

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Warning to use water wisely as heatwave predictions continue

Warning to use water wisely as heatwave predictions continue

Warning to use water wisely as heatwave predictions continue

05 July 2022

With more hot dry weather forecast, homes are being asked to use water wisely, with the Environment Agency admitting it's watching levels 'closely'.


Medieval festival was a success

Medieval festival was a success

Medieval festival was a success

04 July 2022

Holbeach took a step back in time when knights, ladies and a jester were seen wandering around the town for a fabulous festival.


Buffalo could be fully restored by next year

Buffalo could be fully restored by next year

Buffalo could be fully restored by next year

03 July 2022

The restoration of an amphibious vehicle has passed the halfway stage - with hopes it will be up and running by this time next year.


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