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The short-changing of Spalding

The short-changing of Spalding

The short-changing of Spalding

21 July 2022

Writer Andrew Elsden shares his views on why he thinks the area has been badly let down.

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New street art with a mental health message

New street art with a mental health message

New street art with a mental health message

21 July 2022

The long-awaited street art boards have been put to use with an emotive mental health message.

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Poll: Who would you like to see as the new Prime Minister?

Poll: Who would you like to see as the new Prime Minister?

Poll: Who would you like to see as the new Prime Minister?

21 July 2022

As the final two candidates try to win the backing of Tory party members, we ask readers who they want in the top job.

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Call for meeting to discuss South Holland Centre progress

Call for meeting to discuss South Holland Centre progress

Call for meeting to discuss South Holland Centre progress

21 July 2022

Council leaders have vowed to get on and arrange a meeting to discuss progress on the South Holland Centre.

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Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

Dog training centre rejected, eco home approved, hydroponic unit and new road for HGVs praised

21 July 2022

A string of applications were decided during a three-hour planning commitee meeting last night.


Calls for council to ‘do its duty’ to solve town centre rubbish issue

Calls for council to ‘do its duty’ to solve town centre rubbish issue

Calls for council to ‘do its duty’ to solve town centre rubbish issue

21 July 2022

A frustrated Spalding business man is calling for the council to ‘do its duty’ as the town is ‘drowning in rubbish’.

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No action is ‘green light to deface town’

No action is ‘green light to deface town’

No action is ‘green light to deface town’

20 July 2022

Volunteers say police are giving louts a ‘green light to deface the town’ as no further action will be taken over a vandalism attack.

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MP John Hayes is now backing Liz Truss

MP John Hayes is now backing Liz Truss

MP John Hayes is now backing Liz Truss

20 July 2022

MP Sir John Hayes is now backing Foreign Secretary Liz Truss to be our next Prime Minister.

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Plans go in for a barn conversion

Plans go in for a barn conversion

Plans go in for a barn conversion

20 July 2022

A barn conversion is among the planning applications which have been submitted.


More enforcement to tackle parking problems at schools

More enforcement to tackle parking problems at schools

More enforcement to tackle parking problems at schools

20 July 2022

Calls are being made for wardens to help clamp down on parking problems outside a town’s schools - as nearly 170 fines have been handed out.

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Disappointed at surgery closure for growing town

Disappointed at surgery closure for growing town

Disappointed at surgery closure for growing town

19 July 2022

Health campaigners are ‘disappointed’ with plans to close Spalding GP Surgery - as bosses promise to ‘strengthen’ services for the future.


Plans lodged for historic fountain

Plans lodged for historic fountain

Plans lodged for historic fountain

19 July 2022

Plans to place the Johnson Drinking Fountain in Ayscoughfee Gardens have now been resubmitted.

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Plans go in for Pets at Home

Plans go in for Pets at Home

Plans go in for Pets at Home

19 July 2022

A former food store could be converted into a pet shop under new plans.

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Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

19 July 2022

Parents who have a child born prematurely or unwell will be given additional time-off under a new law being backed by the government.


Chairman’s charity challenges to begin

Chairman’s charity challenges to begin

Chairman’s charity challenges to begin

19 July 2022

The chairman of South Holland District Council is embarking on a year of charity challenges.

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Dates to avoid travel chaos on as more national train strikes are planned

Dates to avoid travel chaos on as more national train strikes are planned

Dates to avoid travel chaos on as more national train strikes are planned

19 July 2022

A summer of travel woes could be on the cards as more national train strikes are set for the coming weeks.


No regrets over ‘snowflake Britain’

No regrets over ‘snowflake Britain’

No regrets over ‘snowflake Britain’

18 July 2022

MP Sir John Hayes said he does not regret making comments about ‘snowflake Britain’ in relation to the heatwave precautions.

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D-day for grower’s plans

D-day for grower’s plans

D-day for grower’s plans

18 July 2022

A salad crop grower’s plans to build a hydroponics unit and a road have been recommended for approval.


MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

MP Sir John Hayes is backing Kemi Badenoch in leadership race

18 July 2022

MP Sir John Hayes has revealed that he is now backing Kemi Badenoch as our new Prime Minister.

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Time for action as frightening health stats revealed

Time for action as frightening health stats revealed

Time for action as frightening health stats revealed

18 July 2022

Plans for a new health board are vital to ensure South Holland doesn’t become known as a ‘sick area’, according to a councillor.

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