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Only one firm responds to face mask concerns

Only one firm responds to face mask concerns

Only one firm responds to face mask concerns

Around 50 businesses were approached about the issue of discarded face masks.


Santa's Sleigh Run schedule is announced

Santa's Sleigh Run schedule is announced

Santa's Sleigh Run schedule is announced

Find out when Santa will be visiting your street.


Opening the door to hidden secrets

Opening the door to hidden secrets

Opening the door to hidden secrets

Researcher Stuart Henderson has opened the door to some of the secrets hidden within our surroundings.


CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Town opens its heart to help out

CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Town opens its heart to help out

CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Town opens its heart to help out

Up to 50 Christmas food hampers will be delivered to families facing redundancy and furlough issues.


Building concerns

Building concerns

Building concerns

Calls have been made to improve the current system to bring derelict eyesores back into use.


NATURE NOTES: Birds in lockdown

NATURE NOTES: Birds in lockdown

NATURE NOTES: Birds in lockdown

In his monthly column, Deeping Fen farmer Nicholas Watts discusses wild birds.


Scheme to support neighbours

Scheme to support neighbours

Scheme to support neighbours

A befriending scheme is being launched in this village.


WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Still plenty of wildlife outside

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Still plenty of wildlife outside

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Still plenty of wildlife outside

In her monthly column, Rachel Shaw of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, tells us what we can still see now it's getting colder outside.


Toilet closure inconvenient

Toilet closure inconvenient

Toilet closure inconvenient

A business owner is calling for village toilets to be reopened.


Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

Plans to use agricultural land on the edge of Bourne for processing up to 75,000 tonnes of waste each year have been rejected by a council.


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