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Auto firm is bouncing back after massive blaze wrecked their premises

Auto firm is bouncing back after massive blaze wrecked their premises

An auto firm is rising from the ashes and ready to trade again after its premises were destroyed by fire.


Josh (14) leads bid to reinstate BMX track

Josh (14) leads bid to reinstate BMX track

A teenager is campaigning to have a BMX track restored so riders can use it safely.


Ofsted outstanding nursery stages healthy living month

Ofsted outstanding nursery stages healthy living month

Nursery school children have taken on an assault course, practised yoga and danced their way through a healthy living month.


Planning Applications

Planning Applications

Here are the latest planning applications submitted to councils in south Lincolnshire.


Court Register

Court Register

Here's a list of the latest cases heard by Lincolnshire's magistrates.


School Games youngsters enjoy netball tournaments

School Games youngsters enjoy netball tournaments

Youngsters from different schools got together to play netball.


Youngsters get ready to perform classic fairy tale

Youngsters get ready to perform classic fairy tale

School children are getting ready to bring the musical version of a classic fairy tale to the stage.


Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – January 23, 2020

Letters to the Spalding Guardian editor – January 23, 2020

This week we publish your views on the owners of dirty dogs, the death of the town centre and a thanks from the Lions.


Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – January 21, 2020

Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – January 21, 2020

This week we publish a thank you from the Rotary club, a political plea and a charity shop challenge.


Coffee shop expands its vegan and gluten-free options - and they're going down a storm

Coffee shop expands its vegan and gluten-free options - and they're going down a storm

Vegan curries, scones, and gluten-free chocolate cake is on the menu at a popular Spalding coffee shop.


Night at the races nets more than £3,000 for hospice

Night at the races nets more than £3,000 for hospice

Veteran fundraisers are ready to donate more than £3,000 to the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice after a night at the races.


More than 3,000 join track stars at motorbike show

More than 3,000 join track stars at motorbike show

Track stars Danny Buchan and Steve Plater were among the thousands at a popular motorbike show.


Spalding artisan bakery is going from strength to strength - five years after it was saved from closure

Spalding artisan bakery is going from strength to strength - five years after it was saved from closure

The hard work has paid off for a couple who took the plunge to re-open a much-loved town bakery.


Seasonal worker caravans approved

Seasonal worker caravans approved

A grower has been given the green light for four caravans.


Family fill 12 bags in 3 hour litter pick

Family fill 12 bags in 3 hour litter pick

Red bull cans, McDonalds wrappers, 7 tyres and Costa cups were among the items picked up by a South Holland family in a 3 hour litter pick.


Court Register

Court Register

Here's a list of the latest cases heard by Lincolnshire's magistrates.


Planning Applications

Planning Applications

Here are the latest planning applications submitted to councils in south Lincolnshire.


Planners give green light to 86 home development despite objections

Planners give green light to 86 home development despite objections

A village school says it will need to expand without full funding from a developer after plans for 86 homes were passed.


Long serving accountants retire

Long serving accountants retire

Two accountants with a combined service of 90 years have retired.


Bright sparks learn about electricity

Bright sparks learn about electricity

Youngsters at a south Lincolnshire school have enjoyed an educational workshop with The National Grid.


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