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SPALDING GUARDIAN CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL: Seasonal kindness from the Professionals

High-flying executives in South Holland have offered their continued support to foodbanks in the area after making its annual donation to help the needy.

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CHARITY CHIPPY: Fardous Ali is opening Westlode Fisheries in Westlode Street, Spalding, on Christmas Day when free dish and chips will be served to the homeless, hungry, lonely and vulnerable.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG100317-118TW.

Spalding chip shop serving free fish and chips to homeless, hungry and lonely on Christmas Day

A Spalding chippy is frying up for the festive season by opening its doors to the homeless, hungry and lonely on Christmas Day.

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Deeping St Nicholas Parish Council news.

DEEPING ST NICHOLAS PARISH COUNCIL: Disappointment over SHDC mobile units decision

Mobile homes for migrant workers near a wood waste recycling business in Deeping St Nicholas can stay put, despite parish council opposition.

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Weston Parish Council news.

WESTON PARISH COUNCIL: More homes proposed amid concern about lack of facilities

Separate plans for up to eight new homes in Weston and Weston Hills have led to concerns that development could outstrip village services.

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Crowland Parish Council news.

CROWLAND PARISH SCHOOL: Support for conversion of The Old School

A former school building in Crowland has moved closer to beng turned into three new homes after support from parish councillors.

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Deeping St Nicholas Parish Council news.

New life for empty Deeping St Nicholas village pub as shop?

A Deeping St Nicholas pub that has been empty for five- and-a-half years could reopen as a village shop.

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COMMUNITY PIONEERS: Staff at Donington Coop present a cheque to members of Horbling Church and pictured are (back) Frances Sore, Doug and Margaret Kenworthy (of the Ruby Hunt Centre, Donington), Chris Parkes, Derek Jacobs, Smanatha Garwell, (front) Anne Richardson, Rachel Price and Beryl Jacobs (all of Horbling Church), store manager Chris Pashley and Coop Community Pioneer Jane Clare.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG251117-154TW.

Community champions at Donington shop support village church

Shoppers and staff at Donington Co-op have given a helping hand to a village church down the A52 by raising more than £2,500.

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Youngsters, parents, councillors and guests at the official opening of Woody Heights Skatepark in Deeping St James, by parish council chairman Andrew Bowell.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG021217-151TW.

Youngsters praise new skatepark in Deeping St James

Youngsters have christened a brand new £135,000 skatepark officially opened on Saturday as “our part of Deeping St James”.

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PUB REOPENING: Owners Sean Portass and Dana Garkavaya oversee refurbishment work at The Granary in Long Sutton ahead of its official relaunch this weekend.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG261117-102TW.

Drinks are back on at new-look Granary in Long Sutton

The doors will open again on a new-look Long Sutton pub and a friendly landlady this weekend.

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Fundraising quiz night for old Kirton pub

The Merry Monk in Kirton is showing kindness to a historic neighbour in the village by hosting a fundraising quiz night on Friday at 7pm.

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Molly and Rebecca Grimwood fundraising for Children In Need.

Sisters’ flaming good fundraising effort

As part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, Flamecraft in Spalding held a Children In Need fundraising weekend.

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Roadworks

A16 Crowland bypass closed due to ‘compacted mud’

The A16 Crowland bypass was unexpectedly closed yesterday and is still closed today (Tuesday) after compacted mud on the road caused a motorcycle accident.

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Kacey, Emma and Holly rehearse inside one of three new studios at Spalding School of Dance in Low Fulney.  
Photo (TIM WILSON): SG231117-112TW.

Hopes and dreams realised as Spalding School of Dance move into new centre

Young dancers from across South Holland and south Lincolnshire have a new, purpose-built centre to improve their skills.

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Scott Woods

WEEKEND WEB: US decision to delay tax cuts slow markets

Our weekly report on the global finance makrket from SCOTT WOODS.

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Debbie Richardson of Holbeach Community Larder after a joint collection with Sutton Bridge Foodbank at Tesco Holbeach in 2016.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG031216-187TW.

Give a Christmas gift as you buy and help vulnerable in south Lincolnshire

Shoppers in south Lincolnshire can take part in a regional Christmas gift campaign as they stock up on their festive treats.

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Andy Molsom presents his longest standing patient, 93 year old Mrs Doris Rolfe, with flowers to celebrate 20 years of Molsom & Associates.

Flowers for Doris as opticians celebrate 20 years in Spalding

Molsom & Associates are celebrating 20 years of providing high quality eye-care and eye-wear for the Spalding community.

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Scott Woods

WEEKEND WEB: November stars with a shares bang

SCOTT WOODS with our weekly global finance column, MONEY MATTERS

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John Hayes MP, Ursula Lidbetter (second and third left) and Mark Tinsley (right) with farmers and food producers at the Greater Lincolnshire LEP Agri-Food Summit in London.  Photo supplied by GLLEP.

BUSINESS NEWS: Spotlight on food at Commons summit led by Hayes

Some of South Holland’s leading food producers put their case for the area as the UK’s centre for the industry at a meeting with Lincolnshire’s MPs.

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Directors appointed at Bulley Davey

Directors appointed at Bulley Davey

Chartered accountants and chartered tax advisers Bulley Davey, has announced two senior promotions – including Holbeach-based Chris McKenna to director.

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The Beast will soon be treating Lincolnshire roads in the winter season.

Gritters to be blessed at Pode Hole depot tomorrow

Blessings will be bestowed on south Lincolonshire’s gritters tomorrow afternoon (Thursday) at a ceremony at the Pode Hole depot.

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