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Tree-cycle for charity

Tree-cycle for charity

Tree-cycle for charity

With 12th night fast approaching why not support a hospice and "tree-cycle" your Christmas tree.


Word on the Ground

Word on the Ground

Word on the Ground

In the weekly growers' column, farmer Chris Carter bemoans the amount of rain we've had this year....


Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

Relief as road no longer threatens 9 homes

There's a reprieve for 9 home owners as a council today removed the demolition threat hanging over them since February.


'Is it global warming - or an excuse?'

'Is it global warming - or an excuse?'

'Is it global warming - or an excuse?'

A farmer is calling on the Environment Agency to take more action to guard against flooding.

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Relief road on course to smash through 9 houses

Relief road on course to smash through 9 houses

Relief road on course to smash through 9 houses

A route for a relief road that will smash through nine houses is the recommended option going to councillors on December 9.

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Work starts to remove Christmas lights car from roundabout

Work starts to remove Christmas lights car from roundabout

Work starts to remove Christmas lights car from roundabout

Council staff are asking for the public's help in reporting grot spots - work starts to remove the roundabout car.


School creates woodland wonderland

School creates woodland wonderland

School creates woodland wonderland

Schoolchildren are busy planting more than 300 trees and shrubs to green up their school.


Yellow weather warning issued

Yellow weather warning issued

Yellow weather warning issued

Heavy rain will be hitting Lincolnshire today.


Gearing up for greener motoring in area

Gearing up for greener motoring in area

Gearing up for greener motoring in area

The installation of electric vehicle charging points has started in the area.

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Council won't risk taxpayers' cash sorting out derelict hotel

Council won't risk taxpayers' cash sorting out derelict hotel

Council won't risk taxpayers' cash sorting out derelict hotel

A council won't risk spending public money on a derelict hotel because it failed to get back all of the money spent on a pub site.


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