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Relief road's £57million guarantor and 'forward funder' is the county

Relief road's £57million guarantor and 'forward funder' is the county

Relief road's £57million guarantor and 'forward funder' is the county

07 August 2019

The estimated £57million cost of building two sections of a planned relief road will be put up by the county.

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District authority decides to make £1million relief road commitment

District authority decides to make £1million relief road commitment

District authority decides to make £1million relief road commitment

06 August 2019

Council tax payers will make a £1million commitment towards the cost of building a section of the planned relief road.


Rental homes are bought for town

Rental homes are bought for town

Rental homes are bought for town

06 August 2019

Five new homes are to be bought for rental at a time when the country marks 100 years of council housing


Former chip shop owner cleared of sexual activity with teenage girl

Former chip shop owner cleared of sexual activity with teenage girl

Former chip shop owner cleared of sexual activity with teenage girl

05 August 2019

A jury has cleared a former chip shop owner of having sex with a teenage girl.


Man in his 20s hurt after collision in Spalding Common area

Man in his 20s hurt after collision in Spalding Common area

Man in his 20s hurt after collision in Spalding Common area

01 August 2019

A man in his 20s needed hospital treatment after he was hit by a car last night (Wednesday).


Man (21) to face crown court trial over charges of sexual activity with girl.

Man (21) to face crown court trial over charges of sexual activity with girl.

Man (21) to face crown court trial over charges of sexual activity with girl.

01 August 2019

A man is to face a crown court trial over four charges of sexual activity with a girl.


Chance to 'grow and share' after £34k cash boost

Chance to 'grow and share' after £34k cash boost

Chance to 'grow and share' after £34k cash boost

31 July 2019

A project aimed at community harmony by growing of fruit and vegetables is nearly £34,000 better off.


Work on new Food Enterprise Zone to start on Wednesday

Work on new Food Enterprise Zone to start on Wednesday

Work on new Food Enterprise Zone to start on Wednesday

29 July 2019

The construction of a new multi-million Food Enterprise Zone (FEZ) is to start on Wednesday.


Maia on a world Scouts jamboree in the USA

Maia on a world Scouts jamboree in the USA

Maia on a world Scouts jamboree in the USA

27 July 2019

Forty Scouts from Lincolnshire are attending the 24th World Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, USA.


Expansion work completed at power station

Expansion work completed at power station

Expansion work completed at power station

22 July 2019

Power station expansion work now complete and ready to light up nearly 1.5million homes.


Party in the Park draws the crowds and the music

Party in the Park draws the crowds and the music

Party in the Park draws the crowds and the music

22 July 2019

One of the area's biggest summer events took place in warm weather at the weekend.


Rail passengers to be hit by strike action over the next three Saturdays

Rail passengers to be hit by strike action over the next three Saturdays

Rail passengers to be hit by strike action over the next three Saturdays

19 July 2019

There will be no train services in Spalding for the next three Saturdays due to strike action.

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Serial shoplifter handed two-year ban from stores and disorder

Serial shoplifter handed two-year ban from stores and disorder

Serial shoplifter handed two-year ban from stores and disorder

18 July 2019

A serial shoplifter from Spalding has been banned from all stores in the town for two years.


Around 400 jobs at risk at town bakery under threat of closure

Around 400 jobs at risk at town bakery under threat of closure

Around 400 jobs at risk at town bakery under threat of closure

17 July 2019

Just over 400 jobs look set to go at Spalding Bakery, its parent company has announced today.

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Pinchbeck knifeman jailed after 'unprovoked attack' in Spalding

Pinchbeck knifeman jailed after 'unprovoked attack' in Spalding

Pinchbeck knifeman jailed after 'unprovoked attack' in Spalding

15 July 2019

A Pinchbeck man who carried out a knife attack during a street row has been jailed for 12 years and four months.


EDUCATION AWARDS 2019: Celebration of 'educational excellence at all levels' across area

EDUCATION AWARDS 2019: Celebration of 'educational excellence at all levels' across area

EDUCATION AWARDS 2019: Celebration of 'educational excellence at all levels' across area

05 July 2019

The Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards 2019 were "an extraordinary evening".


Awards night in Spalding for schools and pre-schools

Awards night in Spalding for schools and pre-schools

Awards night in Spalding for schools and pre-schools

04 July 2019

Youngsters and staff from schools across south-east Lincolnshire will be in Spalding tonight for a big awards event.


Hog roast fundraiser for sensory garden at Spalding school

Hog roast fundraiser for sensory garden at Spalding school

Hog roast fundraiser for sensory garden at Spalding school

04 July 2019

Tickets are still available for a charity hog roast in support of a Spalding primary school.


Moves towards Community Speed Watch in Spalding reach crossroads

Moves towards Community Speed Watch in Spalding reach crossroads

Moves towards Community Speed Watch in Spalding reach crossroads

25 June 2019

Hopes that Spalding could have a Community Speed Watch scheme appear to be stalling.

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Spalding's Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field set for repairs

Spalding's Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field set for repairs

Spalding's Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field set for repairs

25 June 2019

Repairs to bring Spalding’s Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field "up to standard" have been announced.


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