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A boring week got rather silly

A boring week got rather silly

A boring week got rather silly

In his latest Ward's World column, John Ward gets frustrated over a broken vacuum cleaner


GPs urge patients to get their blood pressure checked

GPs urge patients to get their blood pressure checked

GPs urge patients to get their blood pressure checked

GPs are urging patients to get their blood pressure checked during this Know Your Numbers Week.


Planting bulbs ready for spring flowering

Planting bulbs ready for spring flowering

Planting bulbs ready for spring flowering

In their weekly Out in the Garden column, Baytree Garden Centre look at spring-flowering bulbs.


How massage and aromatherapy can heal the stresses of modern life

How massage and aromatherapy can heal the stresses of modern life

How massage and aromatherapy can heal the stresses of modern life

In her monthly column, Jo Esdale of Essential Well-being in Spalding talks about ways of dealing with stress.


It costs so much looking after rescue dogs

It costs so much looking after rescue dogs

It costs so much looking after rescue dogs

In the latest Man's Best Friend column, staff from Jerry Green Dog Rescue South Lincolnshire talk about the cost of looking after rescue dogs.


'Liberal elitists are not used to losing'

'Liberal elitists are not used to losing'

'Liberal elitists are not used to losing'

In his latest Hayes in the House column, MP Sir John Hayes talks about attempts to delay Brexit.

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Chatting about Autistic Led group

Chatting about Autistic Led group

Chatting about Autistic Led group

In his weekly column, Autistic Lincs, Callum Brazzo talks about the Autistic Led support group.


Letter writers are backing Brexit

Letter writers are backing Brexit

Letter writers are backing Brexit

Two Lincolnshire Free Press readers are still very firmly behind Brexit.


Forgotten names and mistaken identities

Forgotten names and mistaken identities

Forgotten names and mistaken identities

In her weekly column Trish recalls a confusing conversation


Europe and subsidies

Europe and subsidies

Europe and subsidies

In the weekly Word on the Ground column, Ian Stancer speculates how agricultural support might fare in a high social spend economy


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