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Prime Minister Boris breezes in with £21.3m for Pilgrim

Prime Minister Boris breezes in with £21.3m for Pilgrim

Prime Minister Boris breezes in with £21.3m for Pilgrim

06 August 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock were in Boston to celebrate the award of £21.3m to boost emergency services at Pilgrim.

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Two 'Race For Life' in memory of partners

Two 'Race For Life' in memory of partners

Two 'Race For Life' in memory of partners

04 August 2019

Two members of a local group completed the Cancer Research Race for Life in Norfolk.


Hayes in the House: MP talks about his casework and focuses on spinal muscular atrophy

Hayes in the House: MP talks about his casework and focuses on spinal muscular atrophy

Hayes in the House: MP talks about his casework and focuses on spinal muscular atrophy

29 July 2019

MP: Government should fight a war on want and a campaign against suffering.


Family fun day to give teenager hope of a brighter future

Family fun day to give teenager hope of a brighter future

Family fun day to give teenager hope of a brighter future

29 July 2019

A family fun day is taking place this weekend to raise money for a teenager's potentially life-changing surgery.


Rotary Club donates defibrillator to school

Rotary Club donates defibrillator to school

Rotary Club donates defibrillator to school

24 July 2019

A Rotary Club has gifted a defibrillator to a special school on the advice of the emergency services.


New mental health text service comes to the county

New mental health text service comes to the county

New mental health text service comes to the county

22 July 2019

New mental health texting service, Shout at 85258, now available to area around the clock.


Have your say on healthcare in the area

Have your say on healthcare in the area

Have your say on healthcare in the area

22 July 2019

Governors for the area's NHS services will be meeting on Thursday and the public is invited.


Farm death rates in Britain are 'horrifying', warns county agricultural leader

Farm death rates in Britain are 'horrifying', warns county agricultural leader

Farm death rates in Britain are 'horrifying', warns county agricultural leader

20 July 2019

New figures which show farming to have the highest death rates in British industry have been branded "horrifying".


Fitness centre set to close to the public for time being

Fitness centre set to close to the public for time being

Fitness centre set to close to the public for time being

19 July 2019

The closure has been confirmed from August 25


DOCTOR CALLING: Why it is important to have your cervical screening

DOCTOR CALLING: Why it is important to have your cervical screening

DOCTOR CALLING: Why it is important to have your cervical screening

16 July 2019

In his weekly column, Dr Martin Hill urges women to attend regular smear tests


Nurse is finalist in national award

Nurse is finalist in national award

Nurse is finalist in national award

08 July 2019

She is shortlisted in the Inspirational Return to Practice category


Gosberton hosts talk about medical scandal that shook nations and shaped a profession

Gosberton hosts talk about medical scandal that shook nations and shaped a profession

Gosberton hosts talk about medical scandal that shook nations and shaped a profession

07 July 2019

Ask any journalist who joined the profession in the 1970s for their role model and the name Sir Harold Evans is likely to come up.


Deal is done to put Spalding CAP on alcohol abuse

Deal is done to put Spalding CAP on alcohol abuse

Deal is done to put Spalding CAP on alcohol abuse

06 July 2019

Well-known retailers, political leaders and the police have signed a new deal aimed at tackling under-age drinking in South Holland.


Charity's cheque boost

Charity's cheque boost

Charity's cheque boost

06 July 2019

The Alzheimer’s Society has received £1,800 from Area 28 of Ladies’ Circle.


Fundraising appeal for new wheelchair for Spalding teacher injured in car crash gains momentum

Fundraising appeal for new wheelchair for Spalding teacher injured in car crash gains momentum

Fundraising appeal for new wheelchair for Spalding teacher injured in car crash gains momentum

05 July 2019

Nicole's wheelchair was badly damaged in the crash - and now a celebrity has got involved in the appeal

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District's care coordinators nominated for prestigious award

District's care coordinators nominated for prestigious award

District's care coordinators nominated for prestigious award

05 July 2019

The team works within GP surgeries across South Holland, the Deepings and Bourne


Focus on Fitness

Focus on Fitness

Focus on Fitness

02 July 2019

In her monthly column, Heather Walker talks about her fitness journey


Doctor Calling

Doctor Calling

Doctor Calling

02 July 2019

In his weekly column, South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group chairman Dr Kevin Hill discusses dementia...


Hayes in the House

Hayes in the House

Hayes in the House

01 July 2019

In his weekly column, MP Sir John Hayes talks about the importance of raising awareness of rheumatoid arthritis


Strong backing for NHS England plan to upgrade Spalding hospital

Strong backing for NHS England plan to upgrade Spalding hospital

Strong backing for NHS England plan to upgrade Spalding hospital

25 June 2019

Plans for Spalding’s Johnson Community Hospital to be able to treat patients for non-life threatening conditions have won strong support.


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