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Flying high on village’s new swings

Flying high on village’s new swings

Flying high on village’s new swings

03 July 2022

Children in a South Holland village now have a new play area thanks to councillors.


Bosses promise to improve mental health services after teen suicide

Bosses promise to improve mental health services after teen suicide

Bosses promise to improve mental health services after teen suicide

02 July 2022

Health chiefs promised a £1.2m investment for mental health services – after a teenager’s suicide prompted powerful pleas for improvements.

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Refurbishment plans for town tennis courts

Refurbishment plans for town tennis courts

Refurbishment plans for town tennis courts

02 July 2022

A town’s tennis courts could be refurbished in a move that councillors believe will benefit people of all ages.


Trees to add to Queen’s Canopy

Trees to add to Queen’s Canopy

Trees to add to Queen’s Canopy

02 July 2022

A charity has planted two trees to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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Repairs to notorious road suffer another delay

Repairs to notorious road suffer another delay

Repairs to notorious road suffer another delay

01 July 2022

Works to rebuild a sinkhole-plagued road have been hit by further delays.

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Troublesome kids smoking cannabis at town nursery

Troublesome kids smoking cannabis at town nursery

Troublesome kids smoking cannabis at town nursery

01 July 2022

Inconsiderate youngsters are reportedly using drugs in the vicinity of a town nursery.

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More A17 works planned

More A17 works planned

More A17 works planned

01 July 2022

Highways bosses say a stretch of 'worn out carriageway' on the A17 will be repaired later this month - with overnight closures needed.


Huge hurdle jumped for parade

Huge hurdle jumped for parade

Huge hurdle jumped for parade

01 July 2022

Another major milestone has been passed as plans to revive the Spalding Flower Parade ramp up a notch.


Road closure for roundabout construction

Road closure for roundabout construction

Road closure for roundabout construction

01 July 2022

Highways bosses have released a schedule of night-time closures while the construct a new roundabout.


District needs to ‘press on’ with work to combat fly-tippers

District needs to ‘press on’ with work to combat fly-tippers

District needs to ‘press on’ with work to combat fly-tippers

01 July 2022

Fed up residents have been urged not to lose faith in the council’s ability to tackle fly-tipping – but one complainant has branded them ‘impotent’.

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Swimmers praise plans for upgrades at Castle Complex

Swimmers praise plans for upgrades at Castle Complex

Swimmers praise plans for upgrades at Castle Complex

30 June 2022

Plans to upgrade Spalding’s swimming pool could be ‘hugely beneficial’ for youngsters.

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Plans for wellbeing hub and specialist housing in Castle Sports bid

Plans for wellbeing hub and specialist housing in Castle Sports bid

Plans for wellbeing hub and specialist housing in Castle Sports bid

30 June 2022

Plans for a ‘health and wellbeing hub’ along with specialist housing have been included as part of £20 million South Holland Levelling Up bid.

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Council bosses vow to consider findings of 'tragic' suicide case

Council bosses vow to consider findings of 'tragic' suicide case

Council bosses vow to consider findings of 'tragic' suicide case

30 June 2022

Council chiefs have vowed to carefully consider the results of a 'tragic' suicide case in which they were criticised.

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County proposes £1 million electric vehicle charging point plan

County proposes £1 million electric vehicle charging point plan

County proposes £1 million electric vehicle charging point plan

30 June 2022

Spalding has been identified as a key area within a new £1 million electric vehicle charging point plan.

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MP says its time for an abortion debate

MP says its time for an abortion debate

MP says its time for an abortion debate

29 June 2022

Our area’s MP feels it is now time for a debate on abortion - with the issue thrown into the spotlight after a high-profile US court decision.

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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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What the Census shows about our area

What the Census shows about our area

What the Census shows about our area

29 June 2022

The first batch of data released from the 2021 Census demonstrates how our district's population has grown.

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Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

28 June 2022

Plans to curb the amount private parking firms can charge drivers in fines have been temporarily withdrawn.

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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.


Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

28 June 2022

The owners of an empty pub have been asked to prove that the building has no future before they will be allowed to demolish it.

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