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Council offices now closed to the public

Council offices now closed to the public

Council offices now closed to the public

25 March 2020

People needing housing, council tax and other services can get in touch by email or online.


Citizens Advice moves to centralised service for area

Citizens Advice moves to centralised service for area

Citizens Advice moves to centralised service for area

24 March 2020

The coronavirus emergency has led to changes for people needing family, financial and legal help.


These are all the shops that can stay open during lockdown

These are all the shops that can stay open during lockdown

These are all the shops that can stay open during lockdown

24 March 2020

The Government has clarified which businesses can stay open during the UK-wide lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus.


These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

23 March 2020

Boris Johnson has rolled out an unprecedented raft of measure to stop the spread of Coronavirus


Coronavirus: Everything you need to know about pay, working from home, benefits, mortgage payments, rent costs and your rights

Coronavirus: Everything you need to know about pay, working from home, benefits, mortgage payments, rent costs and your rights

Coronavirus: Everything you need to know about pay, working from home, benefits, mortgage payments, rent costs and your rights

23 March 2020

As the health crisis hits jobs and wages, just what options are available to you to claim much-needed support?


McDonald's to fully close all branches to halt Coronavirus spread

McDonald's to fully close all branches to halt Coronavirus spread

McDonald's to fully close all branches to halt Coronavirus spread

22 March 2020

The fast-food giant has confirmed all stores, including takeaway and drive-thru services will stop


Full list of 'key workers' revealed who can send their children to school

Full list of 'key workers' revealed who can send their children to school

Full list of 'key workers' revealed who can send their children to school

20 March 2020

These are all the people who will be still able to send their children to school from Monday


Shopping hours for the elderly and vulnerable launched at supermarket

Shopping hours for the elderly and vulnerable launched at supermarket

Shopping hours for the elderly and vulnerable launched at supermarket

18 March 2020

Sainsbury's has announced new measures to support the community during the Coronavirus outbreak


Mcdonald's to close all Lincolnshire restaurants as Coronavirus spreads

Mcdonald's to close all Lincolnshire restaurants as Coronavirus spreads

Mcdonald's to close all Lincolnshire restaurants as Coronavirus spreads

18 March 2020

The fast food giant will operate as a takeaway only to prevent the risk of infection to customers and staff.


Union demands Lincolnshire fire service should 'scale back' contact with the public

Union demands Lincolnshire fire service should 'scale back' contact with the public

Union demands Lincolnshire fire service should 'scale back' contact with the public

17 March 2020

“Non-emergency” work such as fire safety visits and school visits should be temporarily suspended, says union.


Another major brand to disappear from Spalding town centre

Another major brand to disappear from Spalding town centre

Another major brand to disappear from Spalding town centre

17 March 2020

A major retailer is to close all standalone branches including one in Spalding


Coronavirus: cases in Lincolnshire grow to four

Coronavirus: cases in Lincolnshire grow to four

Coronavirus: cases in Lincolnshire grow to four

16 March 2020

The number of coronavirus cases in Lincolnshire has risen over the weekend.


Your photos of Monday's snow

Your photos of Monday's snow

Your photos of Monday's snow

11 February 2020

Many of you sent us your snowy pictures - here's our favourites.


Could our changing shopping habits revive our high streets?

Could our changing shopping habits revive our high streets?

Could our changing shopping habits revive our high streets?

03 February 2020

A business spokesperson suggests that our evolving high streets could signal new opportunities for independent retailers.

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Strong winds warning

Strong winds warning

Strong winds warning

12 January 2020

The Met Office has warned that strong winds are due to his the area on Tuesday.


Late start to panto after power cut

Late start to panto after power cut

Late start to panto after power cut

31 December 2019

The last stage show of the year started 45 minutes late due to a temporary loss of electricity.


Man to face trial on child sex charges

Man to face trial on child sex charges

Man to face trial on child sex charges

31 December 2019

A crown court hearing in connection with historic sexual abuse allegations is set for early in the new year.


Repairs go on after power cut in town

Repairs go on after power cut in town

Repairs go on after power cut in town

31 December 2019

Engineers are working to restore electricity supplies to nearly 300 homes and businesses.


Pre-school recognised for use of 'unique' language system

Pre-school recognised for use of 'unique' language system

Pre-school recognised for use of 'unique' language system

30 December 2019

An early years setting has been accredited by a national communications charity.


PHOTO GALLERY: School's out for a Santa fun run

PHOTO GALLERY: School's out for a Santa fun run

PHOTO GALLERY: School's out for a Santa fun run

19 December 2019

Students and staff picked up medals for going on a one-mile run along the river before Christmas.


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