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Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

13 August 2022

Plans to utilise a project to teach youngsters trade skills and create qualifications are growing following an important visit.


Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

13 August 2022

Here are the latest planning applications submitted to councils in our area.


Wardens are out for the summer holidays

Wardens are out for the summer holidays

Wardens are out for the summer holidays

12 August 2022

Community wardens are stepping up patrols in a bid to clamp down on anti-social behaviour.

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Staffing shortage a major issue for Lincolnshire as “Brexit benefits not yet realised”

Staffing shortage a major issue for Lincolnshire as “Brexit benefits not yet realised”

Staffing shortage a major issue for Lincolnshire as “Brexit benefits not yet realised”

12 August 2022

A senior councillor said the benefits of Brexit have not yet been realised due to Covid as the county faces a major workforce shortage.

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Festival to be the best yet

Festival to be the best yet

Festival to be the best yet

11 August 2022

Festival season is in full swing, and food fanatics will get their chance to join in with the fun next month.

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Council submits bid for £2.7million

Council submits bid for £2.7million

Council submits bid for £2.7million

11 August 2022

South Holland District Council has formally submitted its bid for £2.7million to 'deliver ambitious growth and regeneration'.

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Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

11 August 2022

A new campaign aims to persuade one million people to stop paying their bills if energy prices aren't cut but charities are warning against joining.


Hearing for creation of permanent travellers' plots at caravan park postponed

Hearing for creation of permanent travellers' plots at caravan park postponed

Hearing for creation of permanent travellers' plots at caravan park postponed

11 August 2022

An appeal hearing regarding the creation of permanent travellers' spots at a caravan park has been postponed.


No speed limit change on road

No speed limit change on road

No speed limit change on road

10 August 2022

The speed limit on a busy road will not be reduced - because it does not meet the criteria, councillors were told.


Town Forum will meet to discuss parade float funding

Town Forum will meet to discuss parade float funding

Town Forum will meet to discuss parade float funding

10 August 2022

A special meeting has been called to discuss building a float for the town’s revived Flower Parade.

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Accident fears over unsuitable diversion route

Accident fears over unsuitable diversion route

Accident fears over unsuitable diversion route

09 August 2022

A diversion route which takes motorists down rural roads has been dubbed an ‘accident waiting to happen’.


Overgrown trees are a ‘shambles’

Overgrown trees are a ‘shambles’

Overgrown trees are a ‘shambles’

09 August 2022

Councillors have called for the ‘shambles’ brought on by overgrown trees and hedges to be brought to a close.

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Energy bills could hit £4,200 in January, say experts

Energy bills could hit £4,200 in January, say experts

Energy bills could hit £4,200 in January, say experts

09 August 2022

Experts talk of 'fresh shock' as predictions for January's average energy bills rocket even higher.

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After three years and £462k, sink hole still not fixed

After three years and £462k, sink hole still not fixed

After three years and £462k, sink hole still not fixed

09 August 2022

Authorities have spent nearly half a million pounds attempting to repair a sinkhole which appeared three years ago.

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Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

09 August 2022

The Royal College of Nursing says it will urge hundreds of thousands of its members to say yes to strike action when ballot papers go out next month.


Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

08 August 2022

Councils can and must use stricter rules to make sure takeaways help clear-up after customers, says the government.

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Council was at fault over market stalls

Council was at fault over market stalls

Council was at fault over market stalls

08 August 2022

A council has paid £600 in compensation to a market trader who had to leave after the decision to make traders bring and erect their own stalls.

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Plans approved for former solicitors

Plans approved for former solicitors

Plans approved for former solicitors

08 August 2022

Planners have given the green light to transform a former solicitors office into homes and commercial units.

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Six in every 100 people becomes a crime victim

Six in every 100 people becomes a crime victim

Six in every 100 people becomes a crime victim

07 August 2022

There has been a seven per cent year-on-year rise in crime in South Holland latest figures reveal.

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£20m bid lodged as football teams support Castle plan

£20m bid lodged as football teams support Castle plan

£20m bid lodged as football teams support Castle plan

07 August 2022

Spalding football teams have backed plans for Castle Sports Complex upgrades after an official levelling up bid was submitted.

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