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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.


Ideas to expand Spalding's ‘Market Art Project’

Ideas to expand Spalding's ‘Market Art Project’

Ideas to expand Spalding's ‘Market Art Project’

25 June 2019

The return of the Johnson Drinking Fountain and more artwork could be used to boost Spalding's town centre.

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Spalding Raft Race event planned for summer 2020

Spalding Raft Race event planned for summer 2020

Spalding Raft Race event planned for summer 2020

25 June 2019

Plans to stage a raft race along Spalding’s River Welland have been tentatively set for the summer of 2020.


Spalding newsagents' shop to have a summer makeover

Spalding newsagents' shop to have a summer makeover

Spalding newsagents' shop to have a summer makeover

21 June 2019

A Spalding paper shop is to close temporarily for refurbishment work.


Man admits having gun in Spalding street

Man admits having gun in Spalding street

Man admits having gun in Spalding street

21 June 2019

A 21-year-old man from Spalding has admitted two charges of having a gun in a public place.


Spalding Festival 2019 raises £30,000 for good causes in area

Spalding Festival 2019 raises £30,000 for good causes in area

Spalding Festival 2019 raises £30,000 for good causes in area

14 June 2019

Organisers of this year's Spalding Festival have announced that the event has raised £30,000 for charity.


Spalding's Clay Lake Bridge to be resurfaced next month

Spalding's Clay Lake Bridge to be resurfaced next month

Spalding's Clay Lake Bridge to be resurfaced next month

14 June 2019

Spalding's Clay Lake Bridge, between Stonegate and Peck's Drove, is to undergo repair work next month.


Are you the person for this role with Citizens Advice Lincolnshire?

Are you the person for this role with Citizens Advice Lincolnshire?

Are you the person for this role with Citizens Advice Lincolnshire?

07 June 2019

Candidate will need knowledge of employment law and good practice


Two Spalding secondary schools slammed over 'gender-bias' taster days for primary pupils

Two Spalding secondary schools slammed over 'gender-bias' taster days for primary pupils

Two Spalding secondary schools slammed over 'gender-bias' taster days for primary pupils

07 June 2019

Two of Spalding's secondary schools have been accused of "gender bias" in hosting taster days for primary school children.

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Spalding's Crystal Charity Ball to support children's charity in area

Spalding's Crystal Charity Ball to support children's charity in area

Spalding's Crystal Charity Ball to support children's charity in area

07 June 2019

Organisers of Spalding's annual Crystal Charity Ball have chosen which children's cause to support this year.


Spalding gymnastics coach Lexi's haircut for Little Princess Trust

Spalding gymnastics coach Lexi's haircut for Little Princess Trust

Spalding gymnastics coach Lexi's haircut for Little Princess Trust

07 June 2019

Trainee teacher Lexi Coote (20), of Spalding, had some of her hair cut for a children's charity.


Spalding loudspeaker thief 'let myself down', magistrates are told

Spalding loudspeaker thief 'let myself down', magistrates are told

Spalding loudspeaker thief 'let myself down', magistrates are told

06 June 2019

A man from Spalding who stole a loudspeaker from a car has told magistrates that "I let myself down".


Spalding woman who went on shoplifting spree was 'very desperate', magistrates are told

Spalding woman who went on shoplifting spree was 'very desperate', magistrates are told

Spalding woman who went on shoplifting spree was 'very desperate', magistrates are told

30 May 2019

A woman from Spalding who went on a shoplifting spree was "very desperate", magistrates have heard.


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