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Daniel wins presidential election at Spalding Grammar School

Daniel wins presidential election at Spalding Grammar School

Daniel wins presidential election at Spalding Grammar School

16 February 2019

The whole school is involved as politics from the far side of the pond are the main focal point ...


Clear blue water on police cuts for Lincolnshire

Clear blue water on police cuts for Lincolnshire

Clear blue water on police cuts for Lincolnshire

16 February 2019

A split has opened up at the top of policing in Lincolnshire over cash savings and possible job cuts.

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Pride in South Holland expansion backed by district leaders

Pride in South Holland expansion backed by district leaders

Pride in South Holland expansion backed by district leaders

13 February 2019

An extra £270,000 to make South Holland "cleaner, greener and safer" has been approved by district leaders.

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Spalding clean-up campaigner backs expanded Pride in South Holland operation

Spalding clean-up campaigner backs expanded Pride in South Holland operation

Spalding clean-up campaigner backs expanded Pride in South Holland operation

12 February 2019

A Spalding businessman is backing a £270,000 expansion plan for Pride in South Holland.


New budget deal is a 'strong financial plan for future of South Holland'

New budget deal is a 'strong financial plan for future of South Holland'

New budget deal is a 'strong financial plan for future of South Holland'

12 February 2019

High-quality affordable homes and protecting public services are part of a new budget for South Holland.


Guide to future housing and business growth in South Holland approved

Guide to future housing and business growth in South Holland approved

Guide to future housing and business growth in South Holland approved

11 February 2019

A blueprint for future development in South Holland has been formally approved by the Government.


PINCHBECK PARISH COUNCIL: 'I don't think we owe the club anything', as football plans opposed.

PINCHBECK PARISH COUNCIL: 'I don't think we owe the club anything', as football plans opposed.

PINCHBECK PARISH COUNCIL: 'I don't think we owe the club anything', as football plans opposed.

03 February 2019

Footballers in Pinchbeck have seen plans to create a junior academy and improve Knight Street unanimously opposed.

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'Back us or lose us', says Pinchbeck United FC chairman

'Back us or lose us', says Pinchbeck United FC chairman

'Back us or lose us', says Pinchbeck United FC chairman

01 February 2019

The future of Pinchbeck United Football Club could lie outside the village because of opposition to its plans for future growth.


An 11% hike in police's council tax precept still won't meet Government's funding shortfall

An 11% hike in police's council tax precept still won't meet Government's funding shortfall

An 11% hike in police's council tax precept still won't meet Government's funding shortfall

31 January 2019

Rise was backed in public consultation

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SPALDING TOWN FORUM: Helping hand for Remembrance and military parades in towns

SPALDING TOWN FORUM: Helping hand for Remembrance and military parades in towns

SPALDING TOWN FORUM: Helping hand for Remembrance and military parades in towns

31 January 2019

Help in organising Remembrance and military parades in Spalding and Holbeach has been offered by district councillors.


UKIP man Eddie to reform South Holland branch

UKIP man Eddie to reform South Holland branch

UKIP man Eddie to reform South Holland branch

31 January 2019

Holbeach man is seeking party members and potential councillors to represent UKIP locally.

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The impact of Brexit is the topic at talk in Long Sutton

The impact of Brexit is the topic at talk in Long Sutton

The impact of Brexit is the topic at talk in Long Sutton

29 January 2019

March meeting of Social Issues in south Lincolnshire group will discuss the effects of Brexit on the county


HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Stick to prison sentences

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Stick to prison sentences

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Stick to prison sentences

28 January 2019

Sir John Hayes MP writes his weekly column for the Free Press, Hayes in the House.

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Long Sutton students visit Parliament on day of historic no-confidence vote

Long Sutton students visit Parliament on day of historic no-confidence vote

Long Sutton students visit Parliament on day of historic no-confidence vote

24 January 2019

They witness Jeremy Corbyn's speech and chat to Sir John Hayes


Lincs County Council looking to communicate better with residents over planning

Lincs County Council looking to communicate better with residents over planning

Lincs County Council looking to communicate better with residents over planning

23 January 2019

Consultation will run until March 4


HOLBEACH PARISH COUNCIL: Five per cent precept rise is ‘reasonable and fair’

HOLBEACH PARISH COUNCIL: Five per cent precept rise is ‘reasonable and fair’

HOLBEACH PARISH COUNCIL: Five per cent precept rise is ‘reasonable and fair’

23 January 2019

Rising staff costs and pension law changes have been blamed for a rise in Holbeach’s council tax share of nearly £10,000.


County votes to allow communities to pay to switch their street lights back on

County votes to allow communities to pay to switch their street lights back on

County votes to allow communities to pay to switch their street lights back on

21 January 2019

Costs will be between £150- and £300-per-light


COWBIT PARISH COUNCIL: Village calls for share of new homes cash

COWBIT PARISH COUNCIL: Village calls for share of new homes cash

COWBIT PARISH COUNCIL: Village calls for share of new homes cash

18 January 2019

Cowbit is to make a claim for a six-figure contribution towards education coming from a 45-home scheme for the village.


No surprises in Government vote

No surprises in Government vote

No surprises in Government vote

17 January 2019

As expected, local MPs back their own Government


MP Hayes votes against PM's Brexit deal

MP Hayes votes against PM's Brexit deal

MP Hayes votes against PM's Brexit deal

16 January 2019

But fellow Tories Matt Warman and Nick Boles back Theresa May

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