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Council explains £150 energy rebate delay

Council explains £150 energy rebate delay

Council explains £150 energy rebate delay

Council bosses say that £150 energy rebate payments will be made once software testing is complete.

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Plans for a barrier to protect playing field

Plans for a barrier to protect playing field

Plans for a barrier to protect playing field

Plans are being touted to put a barrier in place to protect a town’s playing field.


No-one wants to join us, claims councillor

No-one wants to join us, claims councillor

No-one wants to join us, claims councillor

A councillor says issues with ‘bullying and intimidation’ are putting off new members from joining their authority.

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Lack of police connection is the problem

Lack of police connection is the problem

Lack of police connection is the problem

A Parish Council is reaching the end of its tether with poor communication and a lack of presence from the police.

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Restrictions outside primary school to stop 'dangerous' parking

Restrictions outside primary school to stop 'dangerous' parking

Restrictions outside primary school to stop 'dangerous' parking

Restrictions are set to be imposed outside a primary school to combat ‘dangerous’ parking.

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Repair work to start on chapel

Repair work to start on chapel

Repair work to start on chapel

Work will soon be starting on repairs to a historic chapel after fears were raised about the building going to ‘rack and ruin’.


Fight may last for years but Ukraine is not alone

Fight may last for years but Ukraine is not alone

Fight may last for years but Ukraine is not alone

In his weekly Hayes in the House column, Sir John Hayes discusses the war in Ukraine.

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Plea to ‘get a wriggle on’ with new play area plans

Plea to ‘get a wriggle on’ with new play area plans

Plea to ‘get a wriggle on’ with new play area plans

Architects who are designing a long-awaited play area have been told to ‘get a wriggle on’.

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Widow makes plea for help after ‘bad luck’

Widow makes plea for help after ‘bad luck’

Widow makes plea for help after ‘bad luck’

A grieving widow is desperately looking for help for her family after being kicked out of her home following a run of ‘bad luck’.


Your views on the district council

Your views on the district council

Your views on the district council

Here are the letters from the Spalding Guardian of Thursday, May 12, 2022.

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Defence after letter criticism

Defence after letter criticism

Defence after letter criticism

One of the senior district councillors who voted against the authority’s new street art policy has defended his decision.

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27-point plan is sent for approval as Centre’s future is debated

27-point plan is sent for approval as Centre’s future is debated

27-point plan is sent for approval as Centre’s future is debated

Senior councillors have been told to make their mind up about the South Holland Centre - and are urged to now back a plan for its future.

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Leaders vow to get on with Castle plan amid criticism of £100k consultancy bill

Leaders vow to get on with Castle plan amid criticism of £100k consultancy bill

Leaders vow to get on with Castle plan amid criticism of £100k consultancy bill

More than £100,000 has been paid out to a consultancy firm working on the Castle Sports Complex in the last five years.

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Parking restrictions deferred

Parking restrictions deferred

Parking restrictions deferred

Plans to introduce new parking restrictions in Pinchbeck have been pushed back after a ‘problem’ business changed hands.

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