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Farewell to Robin

Members of South Holland Singers enjoyed their annual dinner at Spalding Golf Club.

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Andy’s commitment continues

Another new year and a promise from Andy Molsom, the optometrist in Hall Place, to support the Pride of South Holland Awards once again.

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WEEKEND WEB: Two events raise cash for sports pavilion in 2000

WEEKEND WEB: Two events raise cash for sports pavilion in 2000

We look back at the Spalding Guardian this week in 2000...

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COLLECTION: Some of the artefacts at the museum.

Society’s doors open this Sunday

Spalding Gentlemen’s 
Society will be open again to visitors between 2pm and 4.30 pm this Sunday.

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Rev Hubert Dixon-Spain, Vicar of Lutton in 1918

WEEKEND WEB: Lutton Vicar reports in from Palestine

This week in 1918, The Vicar of Lutton, the Rev H C Dixon-Spain, who served as a Chaplain with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, wrote to the Free Press from Palestine . . .

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WEEKEND WEB: Triple trauma for young Jessica in 1999

WEEKEND WEB: Triple trauma for young Jessica in 1999

We look back at the Free Press this week in 1999...

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WEEKEND WEB: Letter gives fascinating insight into wartime Britain

WEEKEND WEB: Letter gives fascinating insight into wartime Britain

We look back at the Free Press of 100 years ago this week...

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Old Gedney School picture

Do you know when this picture of Gedney School was taken?

Gedney couple Roz and Colin Stevens found this old picture taken outside the village school hidden inside an old phot frame.

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WEEKEND WEB: Tiggy the tabby inspires young readers

WEEKEND WEB: Tiggy the tabby inspires young readers

We look back at the Free Press this week in 1999...

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Pinchbeck Mills

WEEKEND WEB: Pinchbeck Mills reopened to the delight of farmers

We look back at the Free Press in the final year of The Great War - 1918

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WEEKEND WEB: Stacey follows sister to claim award in ’99

WEEKEND WEB: Stacey follows sister to claim award in ’99

We look back to the Free Press this week in 1999

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Chinese Labour Corps workers during WW1

Chinese Labour Corps of WW1 will be remembered in Spalding

During the Great War of 1914-18, as the British commitment of men and materials grew, there was a severe shortage of men to work as labourers behind the front lines.

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The Dead Sea - a theatre performance highlighting the threats facing our seas by Louise White.

Monthly column: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

With Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

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Prof Val Braybrooks

Tour and talk before Holbeach Civic Society meeting

Holbeach and District Civic Society hold its AGM on Thursday at The National Centre For Food Manufacturing.

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Graham Johnson, R Longstaff & Co

FROM THE AGENCY: The art of negotiation

Most, if not all, property negotiations run on similar lines. The first phase is the easy and fun bit.

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The light-filled sun room at Little Gem

PROPERTY FOCUS: A Little Gem in Donington

Hidden away down a Donington lane is rather a surprise – a spacious, modern, free-flowing bungalow, tucked away around a corner, out of sight. You’d have to know it was there.

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WEEKEND WEB: New learning centre for pupils

WEEKEND WEB: New learning centre for pupils

We look back to the Free Press this week in 1999.

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WEEKEND WEB: What was done for our heroes?

WEEKEND WEB: What was done for our heroes?

We look back to the Lincolnshire Free Press this week in 1918...

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WEEKEND WEB: Mr Wimpy dishes out the goodies in 2000

WEEKEND WEB: Mr Wimpy dishes out the goodies in 2000

Six lucky youngsters won a hamper full of goodies as they scooped prizes in a colouring competition.

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The offices which were destroyed by fire.

WEEKEND WEB: New Year’s Eve fire at Spalding offices

We look back to the Lincs Free Press of this week 100 years ago...

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