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Deeping St James burglar loses High Court appeal

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PUB CLOSES: The Lincolnshire Poacher in Double Street, Spalding, shut its doors last week.  Photo by Tim Wilson.''SG210218-106TW.

Spalding pub closes suddenly leaving regulars in limbo

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DRAIN ISSUE: Flooding caused by a blocked or damaged drain outside The String of Horses pub in Boston Road South, Holbeach.  Photo supplied.

Holbeach pub owner’s anger over flood issue

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Serial shoplifter in town handed 26-week jail term by magistrates

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New plan for volunteers to fine speeders

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Sutterton church explores its ties with Henry VIII’s Archbishop of Canterbury

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Teenagers can sign up for a life-changing summer

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British nuclear test veteran Doug Hern, of Moulton, has welcomed new research which aims to finds out whether there are any lasting health and genetic effects from their experiences in the Pacific during the 1950s.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG190616-105TW.

Moulton nuclear test veteran backs university research project

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Long Sutton Cricket Club - action v Claypole'Batting for Sutton is Dan Oldfield (black stripe on sides) - hits four to win the match.

Howzat for a brilliant idea to save Long Sutton’s cricket and hockey teams

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Spalding gridlock fears over freight train plans

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Works on Spalding’s Winsover Road start today

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Roadworks

Overnight A17 roadworks start today

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Witnesses sought after fatal collision

Dangerous driving arrest after cyclist killed in Spalding collision

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Councillor Richard Davies, executive councillor for highways and transportation

Overnight A17 roadworks in Long Sutton and Fleet Hargate start next week

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Deeping St James burglar loses High Court appeal

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Serial shoplifter in town handed 26-week jail term by magistrates

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Chief Constable Bill Skelly

New plan for volunteers to fine speeders

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Police and crime scene investigators at Classic News, Sheep Market, Spalding, after a break-in there on January 14.

Fresh police appeal after Spalding newsagents’ break-in

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College’s get together to increase aspirations

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Lucy Froggatt and Josh Bright as Blowsie and Bugsy Malone

Spalding Academy students take to the stage

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INSPIRING FIGURE: Peter Vance who taught generations of children and young people to love music.  Photo supplied.

Tributes for a man of faith and music in South Holland

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Cian Short of Bakkavor

Spalding Grammar School students looking to the future at careers morning

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RIGHT OF REPLY: Coun Harry Drury, district councillor for Spalding St Mary ward which includes the former South Holland Post 16 Centre.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG160717-133TW.

Councillor hits back at criticism over Spalding school plans

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Spalding pub closes suddenly leaving regulars in limbo

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Alok Sharma, Minister for Employment at the Department for  Work and Pensions.  Photo by Tracey Goodacre.

South Holland jobless figures rise as community hub opening is finalised

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Spalding gridlock fears over freight train plans

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Roadworks

Works on Spalding’s Winsover Road start today

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Moulton nuclear test veteran backs university research project

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CULTURE FOCUS: Crowds at the 2017 Holbeach Food Festival which could become a weekend event, with arts and music on the Sunday.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG010717-155TW.

HOLBEACH PARISH COUNCIL: Plans take shape for culture to be centre stage in town

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The Berlin Wall two years before it came down

WEEKEND WEB: We must not drop our guard against such menace rising again

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Repairs to the wall and gate at St  Mary's Church, Pinchbeck, has partially led to a 132 per cent council tax precept increase for 2018-19.

Steep rise in Pinchbeck’s council tax to maintain and develop services

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MPs have voted to abandon the House of Commons

WEEKEND WEB: We owe it to all not to abandon Parliament

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CROWLAND PARISH COUNCIL: Hedge fund helps town allotment scheme

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Two builder's bags left on Holbeach's High Street for a year are frustrating the town's action group and Holbeach in Bloom members.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG310118-132TW.

Builder’s bags bring ‘disgrace’ to Holbeach town centre

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WELL-TRODDEN PATH: Peter Summers what East Bank footpath in Sutton Bridge to be maintained better after damage to his wheelchair.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG310118-156TW.

SUTTON BRIDGE PARISH COUNCIL: Amputee’s call for path improvement

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Julian Gregory, chief executive officer, Eastern IFCA.  Photo by Paul Marsh.

Wash poison warning for pet owners along South Holland coast

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Eleven Spalding care home staff up for awards

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Runners with Halmer Harriers: Spalding and South Lincs Community Running Club train ahead of the Santa Fun Run in Spalding last December.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG051217-102TW.

TUESDAY FEATURE: Surprising growth of Spalding-based running club founded on mum’s idea

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ROCHFORD MOVE: A patient from Holbeach under the care of Pilgrim Hospital's specialist Rochford Unit for mental health-related needs has described its potential closure as the 'Lincoln-ising' of the county's NHS.  Photo by David Dawson.

Anger as Pilgrim Hospital’s mental health unit is moved

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Moulton youngster Lily Sandell is holding a 'Big Bandana Bake' sale for the Brain Tumour Charity, while her friend Holly Wright is fundraising with Lily for the Little Princess Trust.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG090218-122TW.

Lily’s great charity bake sale in Moulton

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BOXING NIGHT: Angela and Steve Snagg (front centre and right) with family, friends and supporters at Gedney Victory Hall for a charity fight night in aid of the Stroke Unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn.  Photo by Tim Wilson.''SG100218-305TW.

Fight night in Gedney to raise money for QEH Stroke Unit

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