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End in sight for swing bridge works

End in sight for swing bridge works

End in sight for swing bridge works

After nearly five months of travel disruption, the end of critical refurbishment works is now in sight.


‘This should have been sorted sooner’

‘This should have been sorted sooner’

‘This should have been sorted sooner’

A council chairman says that issues with a developer using a minor road to access its site should have been resolved weeks ago.


‘We need a strategy’

‘We need a strategy’

‘We need a strategy’

A strategy is urgently needed to fix our transport woes, according to a campaigner.

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Concerns for kids’ obesity rate

Concerns for kids’ obesity rate

Concerns for kids’ obesity rate

A nurse says it is time to admit we have a problem with our ‘terrible’ record over childhood obesity - calling for a change in lifestyle.

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Centre firm is ‘under more scrutiny’

Centre firm is ‘under more scrutiny’

Centre firm is ‘under more scrutiny’

With a swimming pool being forced to close yet again this week, councillors heard the contractors in charge will be ‘under more scrutiny’.

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New defibrillator units in village

New defibrillator units in village

New defibrillator units in village

Three new defibrillators will be installed in Pinchbeck thanks to bakers and councillors.

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New town benches are fit for royalty

New town benches are fit for royalty

New town benches are fit for royalty

Visitors to Spalding Railway Station now have new benches where they can take a welcome break


Speak up to keep bus service for the town centre

Speak up to keep bus service for the town centre

Speak up to keep bus service for the town centre

Passengers are being urged to speak up and say what they want from buses in Spalding - as the contract for the Into Town service comes to an end.

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Forum calls for more members to tackle transport issues

Forum calls for more members to tackle transport issues

Forum calls for more members to tackle transport issues

A forum is on the lookout for new members to help raise and solve the area’s issues.


Inspector visits as part of gaming centre appeal

Inspector visits as part of gaming centre appeal

Inspector visits as part of gaming centre appeal

A planning inspector visited Spalding on Monday - as an appeal over controversial plans for an adult gaming centre comes to a close.

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‘It’s high time we helped people to get on their bikes’

‘It’s high time we helped people to get on their bikes’

‘It’s high time we helped people to get on their bikes’

A better network of cycle routes is needed to encourage people to use their bikes in Spalding, according to transport campaigners.

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Developer not allowed to drop contributions

Developer not allowed to drop contributions

Developer not allowed to drop contributions

A developer has been told it cannot get out of its contributions to the community - with a councillor saying such obligations are ‘not a joke’.

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Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

Plans for a rail freight hub are now back on the cards as part of a strategy to address major transport issues in our area.

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Homeless veterans facility on hold, 123 homes refused, pub demolition delayed, affordable homes cut rejected

Homeless veterans facility on hold, 123 homes refused, pub demolition delayed, affordable homes cut rejected

Homeless veterans facility on hold, 123 homes refused, pub demolition delayed, affordable homes cut rejected

Plans for homeless veterans facility and a pub demolition were both put on hold by councillors last night - while a 123 home development was rejected.

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