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Search for gunmen who reportedly pointed weapon at driver

Search for gunmen who reportedly pointed weapon at driver

Search for gunmen who reportedly pointed weapon at driver

21 August 2019

A police manhunt is under way for two men who reportedly pointed a gun at a motorist.


Nostalgia 1940s-themed fundraising dance for community hospital

Nostalgia 1940s-themed fundraising dance for community hospital

Nostalgia 1940s-themed fundraising dance for community hospital

21 August 2019

Memories of wartime Britain were stirred at a 1940s charity night for a community hospital.


Youth theatre trio set out on their own with puppet musical

Youth theatre trio set out on their own with puppet musical

Youth theatre trio set out on their own with puppet musical

21 August 2019

Three friends from a youth theatre group are setting out on their own with a children's puppet show.


Strike action by union to affect train services tomorrow

Strike action by union to affect train services tomorrow

Strike action by union to affect train services tomorrow

16 August 2019

Rail workers are holding a fourth day of strike action out of the last five Saturdays this weekend.


A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Students' readiness for 'the next step' leaves SHS head 'thrilled to bits'

A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Students' readiness for 'the next step' leaves SHS head 'thrilled to bits'

A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Students' readiness for 'the next step' leaves SHS head 'thrilled to bits'

15 August 2019

Students at Spalding High School met the challenge of a "changing exam landscape' head on, with 110 A* grades this year


A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Record-breaking year for top grades is 'fantastic', says head of SGS

A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Record-breaking year for top grades is 'fantastic', says head of SGS

A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2019: Record-breaking year for top grades is 'fantastic', says head of SGS

15 August 2019

Spalding Grammar School has set a modern day record for the number of top A-Level grades achieved.

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Man faces jail term after guilty pleas to ivory trading

Man faces jail term after guilty pleas to ivory trading

Man faces jail term after guilty pleas to ivory trading

14 August 2019

A man faces a possible jail term after admitting to illegally buying parts of elephant tusks.


Repairs to blocked sewer which has caused flooding

Repairs to blocked sewer which has caused flooding

Repairs to blocked sewer which has caused flooding

14 August 2019

Repairs are taking place on a blocked sewer that has caused flooding in an area of town.


One person taken to hospital after two-car collision in area.

One person taken to hospital after two-car collision in area.

One person taken to hospital after two-car collision in area.

13 August 2019

A crash which closed a road for nearly two hours left one person needing hospital treatment.


Two-vehicle accident on bridge near B1172 in town

Two-vehicle accident on bridge near B1172 in town

Two-vehicle accident on bridge near B1172 in town

13 August 2019

Emergency services are at the scene of a two-vehicle collision on the outskirts of town.

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Police want to trace driver involved in collision

Police want to trace driver involved in collision

Police want to trace driver involved in collision

12 August 2019

Police are looking for the driver of a vehicle which was in collision with a pedestrian.


No date yet for repairs to sinkhole on town road

No date yet for repairs to sinkhole on town road

No date yet for repairs to sinkhole on town road

12 August 2019

Highways and water system engineers are investigating the cause of a sinkhole in a road.

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Training course for Speed Watch volunteers

Training course for Speed Watch volunteers

Training course for Speed Watch volunteers

11 August 2019

Another chance to train as a Community Speed Watch (CSW) volunteer is taking place next week.


Festival turns history into reality at stately hall

Festival turns history into reality at stately hall

Festival turns history into reality at stately hall

11 August 2019

An invitation to dig for artefacts and see historic arts collections in town was too good to miss.


Strong winds keeping emergency services busy in area

Strong winds keeping emergency services busy in area

Strong winds keeping emergency services busy in area

10 August 2019

Emergency services are on alert as strong winds threaten to wreak havoc in the area.


Spalding to get more big names: Fashion retailer Crew and toy specialist Starlings to open at Springfields

Spalding to get more big names: Fashion retailer Crew and toy specialist Starlings to open at Springfields

Spalding to get more big names: Fashion retailer Crew and toy specialist Starlings to open at Springfields

09 August 2019

Springfields Retail outlet celebrates two new "big signings" with the arrival of fashion retailer Crew and toy store Starlings

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Roadworks on the A151 this weekend

Roadworks on the A151 this weekend

Roadworks on the A151 this weekend

08 August 2019

The A151 is to be repaired this weekend to make it safer and last longer.


Miss England runner-up is delighted after historic night

Miss England runner-up is delighted after historic night

Miss England runner-up is delighted after historic night

08 August 2019

A presenter and writer from the area has finished in the top three of Miss England 2019.

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New rail operator holds talks with transport forum

New rail operator holds talks with transport forum

New rail operator holds talks with transport forum

08 August 2019

Campaigners for better transport services have held face-to-face talks with the area's new rail operator.

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Choir's date at the Abbey after audience with Duchess

Choir's date at the Abbey after audience with Duchess

Choir's date at the Abbey after audience with Duchess

07 August 2019

A choir is preparing to sing at a world-famous church with royal approval.


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