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Options to keep dogs on leads in town park

Options to keep dogs on leads in town park

Options to keep dogs on leads in town park

10 December 2019

Pet owners are to be told not to let them run loose in a play area set for improvements


PHOTO GALLERY: Christmas story goes 'higgledy-piggledy' at town school

PHOTO GALLERY: Christmas story goes 'higgledy-piggledy' at town school

PHOTO GALLERY: Christmas story goes 'higgledy-piggledy' at town school

10 December 2019

Youngsters starred in a musical based on the birth of Jesus


Letters to the Free Press editor – December 9, 2019

Letters to the Free Press editor – December 9, 2019

Letters to the Free Press editor – December 9, 2019

10 December 2019

This week it's all about the General Election... plus a Remembrance Parade thank you


Back to square one on time-limited parking in Market Place

Back to square one on time-limited parking in Market Place

Back to square one on time-limited parking in Market Place

09 December 2019

Time-limited parking is still on the cards for a village Market Place.


Bingo benefits good causes

Bingo benefits good causes

Bingo benefits good causes

09 December 2019

Charities received cheques from a dedicated fundraiser.


Town hosts festive fun

Town hosts festive fun

Town hosts festive fun

09 December 2019

Thousands attended special Christmas events on Sunday.

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Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

09 December 2019

There's a reprieve for 9 home owners as a council today removed the demolition threat hanging over them since February.


‘Downsizing’ sell-off in bid to safeguard popular club

‘Downsizing’ sell-off in bid to safeguard popular club

‘Downsizing’ sell-off in bid to safeguard popular club

08 December 2019

Members of a club that has been around for more than a century aim to sell part of their premises to safeguard its future.


How a teacher discovered meditation could help herself, and others, manage stresses

How a teacher discovered meditation could help herself, and others, manage stresses

How a teacher discovered meditation could help herself, and others, manage stresses

07 December 2019

A teacher and educator, who discovered the benefits of meditation, is running a series of classes to help people relax and unwind.


Compassionate ‘shedders’ help Brian pull through

Compassionate ‘shedders’ help Brian pull through

Compassionate ‘shedders’ help Brian pull through

07 December 2019

Members of a local men's shed stepped up to the plate when a colleague was diagnosed with cancer.


Post Office goes without warning as shop closes

Post Office goes without warning as shop closes

Post Office goes without warning as shop closes

07 December 2019

A village's only post office has closed after the shop that it was housed in shut down without notice.


Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – December 5, 2019

Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – December 5, 2019

Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – December 5, 2019

07 December 2019

This week we publish your views on a much-loved teacher, the state of Spalding, a town's only bank, the General Election and religion.


Former Spalding High School teacher's 40 years service to Girlguiding

Former Spalding High School teacher's 40 years service to Girlguiding

Former Spalding High School teacher's 40 years service to Girlguiding

07 December 2019

Lyn Kite has been awarded for her dedication to a local and international organisation.


Butcher and darts ref Ian to parachute from 20,000ft

Butcher and darts ref Ian to parachute from 20,000ft

Butcher and darts ref Ian to parachute from 20,000ft

06 December 2019

A darts referee on the world stage will do a tandem parachute jump to raise money for prostate cancer research.


Planning Applications

Planning Applications

Planning Applications

06 December 2019

Plans before the local councils.


Shock doubling in the number of homeless kids

Shock doubling in the number of homeless kids

Shock doubling in the number of homeless kids

06 December 2019

The number of homeless children living in temporary accommodation has more than doubled in a year.

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Christingle service sees students thinking of other children

Christingle service sees students thinking of other children

Christingle service sees students thinking of other children

06 December 2019

Students have been looking at the work of The Children's Society and raising money for those less fortunate than themselves.


Rebecca is apprentice of the year

Rebecca is apprentice of the year

Rebecca is apprentice of the year

06 December 2019

An apprentice with a local firm has won a top title at prestigious awards.


Charter dinner for Rotary club

Charter dinner for Rotary club

Charter dinner for Rotary club

06 December 2019

Two Rotarians were honoured with Paul Harris Fellowships at the club's annual charter dinner.


Sarah smashes Sahara challenge

Sarah smashes Sahara challenge

Sarah smashes Sahara challenge

05 December 2019

A detective raises more than £3,000 for the air ambulance while trekking 100km through one of the world's most unforgiving landscapes.


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