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Donations to orchestra benefit charities

Donations to orchestra benefit charities

Donations to orchestra benefit charities

25 September 2020

Charities directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have been the recipients of this year's Ukulele Orchestra donations.


'Despicable' raid on charity shop leaves costly damages bill

'Despicable' raid on charity shop leaves costly damages bill

'Despicable' raid on charity shop leaves costly damages bill

23 September 2020

Doors, filing cabinets and a safe were forced open after a town retailer was broken into at the weekend.

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

23 September 2020

This week we publish your letters on councillors, Heritage Open Days, looking after hedgehogs and a Thought for the Week.


Emergency services in Sutton Bridge

Emergency services in Sutton Bridge

Emergency services in Sutton Bridge

22 September 2020

Coastguard and police are at the scene after receiving reports of a casualty in difficulty in the water.


Popular market returns this weekend

Popular market returns this weekend

Popular market returns this weekend

22 September 2020

More stalls will be set up in this village.


Manager of popular eatery reacts to curfew announcement

Manager of popular eatery reacts to curfew announcement

Manager of popular eatery reacts to curfew announcement

22 September 2020

The new rule will be in place from Thursday.


New children’s book chronicles adventures of Flinders and Trim

New children’s book chronicles adventures of Flinders and Trim

New children’s book chronicles adventures of Flinders and Trim

22 September 2020

A new children’s book has been published about Matthew Flinders and his cat Trim.


Village library is now back open

Village library is now back open

Village library is now back open

22 September 2020

Our libraries are undergoing a phased reopening.


Town travel operator branch permanently closes

Town travel operator branch permanently closes

Town travel operator branch permanently closes

22 September 2020

Due to the impact COVID-19 has had on the travel industry.


No more night shifts for Heinz after 45 years on door duty

No more night shifts for Heinz after 45 years on door duty

No more night shifts for Heinz after 45 years on door duty

21 September 2020

A familiar face at clubs and pubs in the town has retired.


Area’s Remembrance Day parades are cancelled

Area’s Remembrance Day parades are cancelled

Area’s Remembrance Day parades are cancelled

20 September 2020

Two parades have been cancelled due to the pandemic.

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Boxing school still searching for site to train

Boxing school still searching for site to train

Boxing school still searching for site to train

20 September 2020

Coaches at a sports club in the area have so far been unsuccessful in finding a new gym.


Sports club looks to spring into new site

Sports club looks to spring into new site

Sports club looks to spring into new site

20 September 2020

Trampolinists from the area are hoping to find a home where they can hold more training sessions.


Shula takes on ration challenge

Shula takes on ration challenge

Shula takes on ration challenge

19 September 2020

She is eating a ration of rice, flour and beans to raise awareness of the plight of Syrian refugees.


Mum's virtual marathon is a tribute to Nan

Mum's virtual marathon is a tribute to Nan

Mum's virtual marathon is a tribute to Nan

18 September 2020

A woman is to run her own virtual 26.2mile course in parts of the area and raise money for charity.


Ann-Marie’s head shave honours mum

Ann-Marie’s head shave honours mum

Ann-Marie’s head shave honours mum

18 September 2020

She is raising awareness of the work of this important charity.


Bloomin good effort for care home

Bloomin good effort for care home

Bloomin good effort for care home

18 September 2020

Residents and staff are over the moon to have won.


‘Stupid rule’ prevents non-toxic glue sale

‘Stupid rule’ prevents non-toxic glue sale

‘Stupid rule’ prevents non-toxic glue sale

18 September 2020

A man is calling for common sense after a teenager was not allowed to buy non-toxic glue from a shop.

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Learning more about our past

Learning more about our past

Learning more about our past

17 September 2020

Visitors were given an insight into the past over the weekend.


Mandy and Tony refuse to let the thieves stop them

Mandy and Tony refuse to let the thieves stop them

Mandy and Tony refuse to let the thieves stop them

17 September 2020

They have launched a fundraising page and are borrowing a truck following support from customers.


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