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Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

Wonkier and small veg due to heatwave

Supermarkets need to relax their specifications to allow for the impact of this year’s drought says a farmers’ representative.

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Falling water levels are monitored

Falling water levels are monitored

Falling water levels are monitored

Drainage authorities say water levels are dropping due to the dry weather.


Fears of potato shortage due to drought

Fears of potato shortage due to drought

Fears of potato shortage due to drought

As temperatures soar in another heatwave, shoppers are being warned that a potato shortage looms as the drought bites.


Team effort behind coach’s Bobby Moore Award win

Team effort behind coach’s Bobby Moore Award win

Team effort behind coach’s Bobby Moore Award win

Inspiring campaigns and lockdown support groups have led to a youth football coach being commended with a national award.


Family cannot accept kind donations

Family cannot accept kind donations

Family cannot accept kind donations

A family whose home was devastated in a fire have said they are grateful to people for offering donations, but they cannot accept the money.

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Swing band concert hits right note

Swing band concert hits right note

Swing band concert hits right note

A community centre was packed out for a fundraising concert.


Diversion is creating havoc

Diversion is creating havoc

Diversion is creating havoc

Fears have been raised about accidents happening on an unsuitable diversion route while a village centre is closed.


Health chiefs on the lookout for solutions to our GP staffing issues

Health chiefs on the lookout for solutions to our GP staffing issues

Health chiefs on the lookout for solutions to our GP staffing issues

Health bosses are battling to find solutions to booking difficulties and a lack of appointments at our area’s GP services.

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Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

Boost for youth project as college gives its backing

Plans to utilise a project to teach youngsters trade skills and create qualifications are growing following an important visit.


Manager praises GP surgery’s performance after patient survey

Manager praises GP surgery’s performance after patient survey

Manager praises GP surgery’s performance after patient survey

A GP practice manager has praised her staff after their service performed well in a patient survey.


The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

The lost dig of William Stukeley is another castle related mystery

Spalding Castle may have long since disappeared but fresh questions are still being posed about this long lost historical structure.

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Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

Submitted plans include proposed eco workshop

Here are the latest planning applications submitted to councils in our area.


Restoration project tells interesting tale

Restoration project tells interesting tale

Restoration project tells interesting tale

A project to restore the gates at Ayscoughfee Hall has led blacksmiths on a ‘voyage of discovery’.

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Club celebrates riders

Club celebrates riders

Club celebrates riders

The achievements of riders were celebrated during a riding club’s summer party.


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