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District’s smoking figures revealed as bosses defend help

District’s smoking figures revealed as bosses defend help

District’s smoking figures revealed as bosses defend help

03 July 2022

Public health chiefs are looking to expand the service that helps smokers to quit their habit - and defended the current system.


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.


Dreaming of an American success story

Dreaming of an American success story

Dreaming of an American success story

03 July 2022

A talented youngster has defied her critics to secure a football scholarship in the USA.


Come and join the band!

Come and join the band!

Come and join the band!

03 July 2022

Flugelhorn player Matthew Simons (15) describes his experience to explain what awaits for you if you join a town band.


Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

02 July 2022

Thousands of people basked in the sunshine and enjoyed thrilling entertainment as the Lincolnshire Show returned.


Sisters are proud of their Yeomen ties

Sisters are proud of their Yeomen ties

Sisters are proud of their Yeomen ties

02 July 2022

Two sisters are thrilled to be re-igniting memories of their great-grandfather, who served in the Yeomen of the Guard.


Fearless Pat to mark 80th with skydive

Fearless Pat to mark 80th with skydive

Fearless Pat to mark 80th with skydive

01 July 2022

When it comes to retirement, most of us are content with a quieter pace of life – but one daredevil is marking her 80th birthday with a skydive.


Club is thrilled with event

Club is thrilled with event

Club is thrilled with event

01 July 2022

Footballers of all ages had a ball at a tournament over the weekend.


Village to host carving workshops

Village to host carving workshops

Village to host carving workshops

30 June 2022

A village green is to host a number of free wood-carving workshops to inspire the local community.


Momentum gathers as flower parade meeting is packed out

Momentum gathers as flower parade meeting is packed out

Momentum gathers as flower parade meeting is packed out

29 June 2022

A packed public meeting discussed how to turn the ‘dream’ of a Spalding Flower Parade into a reality.

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The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

29 June 2022

Supermarkets have pledged to put the signs of bowel cancer on toilet roll packets as tributes pour in for campaigner Dame Deborah James.


Campaign for ‘Lefty’s Lair’ to reward footy club legend

Campaign for ‘Lefty’s Lair’ to reward footy club legend

Campaign for ‘Lefty’s Lair’ to reward footy club legend

29 June 2022

A heartfelt campaign hopes to reward a long-standing football supporter with his own ‘lair’.


Award for kind-hearted couple

Award for kind-hearted couple

Award for kind-hearted couple

28 June 2022

A kind-hearted couple have been given an award for their contribution to the community.


Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

28 June 2022

Customers face further hikes to energy bills with exit fees for leaving fixed-rate deals now up to 10 times higher than they were in 2021.


Wife eats for first time in two years after stroke

Wife eats for first time in two years after stroke

Wife eats for first time in two years after stroke

27 June 2022

A grandmother has eaten for first time in two years following treatment after suffering a stroke in 2019 - and craved a bowl of Heinz tomato soup.


Popular horse and pony show returns

Popular horse and pony show returns

Popular horse and pony show returns

27 June 2022

Crowds of people went along to support a popular dog and horse show which returned over the weekend.


Summer storms to fundraising target

Summer storms to fundraising target

Summer storms to fundraising target

25 June 2022

Spalding model Summer Le Conte scaled a daring abseil challenge to raise money for a good cause.


Official opening for memorial garden

Official opening for memorial garden

Official opening for memorial garden

24 June 2022

A service will be held to dedicate a memorial garden to fallen service men and women.

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Spalding Flower Parade meeting packs out town venue

Spalding Flower Parade meeting packs out town venue

Spalding Flower Parade meeting packs out town venue

24 June 2022

A packed public meeting last night (Thursday) discussed how to turn the 'dream' of a Spalding Flower Parade into a reality.

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Music fans flock to festival

Music fans flock to festival

Music fans flock to festival

23 June 2022

Music fans flocked to a festival held at a village pub over the weekend.


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