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It’s 100 happy returns for artist Henry

It’s 100 happy returns for artist Henry

It’s 100 happy returns for artist Henry

27 January 2020

Spalding's Henry Williams (known to his friends as Harry) has reached the grand age of 100.


Tribute paid to legendary Mario

Tribute paid to legendary Mario

Tribute paid to legendary Mario

27 January 2020

Tribute has been paid to a well-known Spalding shopkeeper who made a big difference to the area.


An ex Lincolnshire Special Constable faces misconduct hearing

An ex Lincolnshire Special Constable faces misconduct hearing

An ex Lincolnshire Special Constable faces misconduct hearing

27 January 2020

An ex-Lincolnshire Police Special Constable faces a misconduct hearing where allegations including assault will be examined.


Council tax and council house rents to rise in new financial year

Council tax and council house rents to rise in new financial year

Council tax and council house rents to rise in new financial year

27 January 2020

Residents can now have their say on a draft district council budget that will see council tax and council house rents go up.


These high quality concerts are right on your doorstep but if you 'don't use them, you'll lose them'

These high quality concerts are right on your doorstep but if you 'don't use them, you'll lose them'

These high quality concerts are right on your doorstep but if you 'don't use them, you'll lose them'

27 January 2020

The South Holland Concerts have been running since the 1980s, but still many people do not know they exist.


Sister (12) inspires medical studies

Sister (12) inspires medical studies

Sister (12) inspires medical studies

26 January 2020

Continuing or review of 2019, we look at August.


Premature death for riverside lime trees?

Premature death for riverside lime trees?

Premature death for riverside lime trees?

26 January 2020

A tree expert is calling into question work done to lime trees that has left them “disfigured and mutilated”.

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Virtual tours of South Holland churches is museum project

Virtual tours of South Holland churches is museum project

Virtual tours of South Holland churches is museum project

26 January 2020

A popular museum is creating virtual tours of historic local churches so we can tour them from our armchairs.


Drivers suffer level crossing blues

Drivers suffer level crossing blues

Drivers suffer level crossing blues

26 January 2020

Continuing our review of 2019, we look at July.


Josh (14) leads bid to reinstate BMX track

Josh (14) leads bid to reinstate BMX track

Josh (14) leads bid to reinstate BMX track

25 January 2020

A teenager is campaigning to have a BMX track restored so riders can use it safely.


Teenagers risked injury and burns

Teenagers risked injury and burns

Teenagers risked injury and burns

25 January 2020

In our review of the year, we look at June.


Mary (70) is a shining light in Girlguiding

Mary (70) is a shining light in Girlguiding

Mary (70) is a shining light in Girlguiding

23 January 2020

A shining light in Girlguiding has been recognised for her 40 years' service with the movement.


Cheap prices at new car park

Cheap prices at new car park

Cheap prices at new car park

22 January 2020

The owners of Spalding car park will be tackling anti-social behaviour and cheap parking.

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Crusading Hart brother Ryan is keynote speaker at conference in Australia

Crusading Hart brother Ryan is keynote speaker at conference in Australia

Crusading Hart brother Ryan is keynote speaker at conference in Australia

22 January 2020

The story of a brutal double murder in south Lincolnshire and the domestic abuse that lay behind it will be heard at a conference in Australia.


Progress with pub renovation

Progress with pub renovation

Progress with pub renovation

22 January 2020

A historic pub is being restored to its former glory and is due to open later this year.


'Store Closing!' signs go up at troubled town department store

'Store Closing!' signs go up at troubled town department store

'Store Closing!' signs go up at troubled town department store

22 January 2020

'Store Closing!' and 'Everything Must Go!' signs have gone up at a troubled department store.

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Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – January 23, 2020

Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – January 23, 2020

Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – January 23, 2020

22 January 2020

This week we publish your views on the owners of dirty dogs, the death of the town centre and a thanks from the Lions.


Landlord on why our pubs are struggling

Landlord on why our pubs are struggling

Landlord on why our pubs are struggling

21 January 2020

A landlord, who has been trying to sell his pub for two years, tells why he thinks the industry is under threat.

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'Massive blaze started in potato storage shed' say fire and rescue

'Massive blaze started in potato storage shed' say fire and rescue

'Massive blaze started in potato storage shed' say fire and rescue

21 January 2020

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue say the weekend blaze at Pode Hole started in a potato storage shed but haven't found the exact cause.


Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – January 21, 2020

Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – January 21, 2020

Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – January 21, 2020

21 January 2020

This week we publish a thank you from the Rotary club, a political plea and a charity shop challenge.


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