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Will this novel children's book craze hit your area?

Will this novel children's book craze hit your area?

Look for a Book encourages people to hide books around the town or village for children to enjoy.


WARD'S WORLD: Old film brought back memories for inventor and Spalding Today columnist John Ward

WARD'S WORLD: Old film brought back memories for inventor and Spalding Today columnist John Ward

John Ward recalls his role as a cinema projectionist ... and how a film starring Doris Day sparked a tale of a lost loved one.


Lack of a footpath on busy town road is a 'nightmare'

Lack of a footpath on busy town road is a 'nightmare'

A community effort is under way to provide a footpath on a 'nightmare' Holbeach road.


More homes in the pipeline for town as 'eyesore' site is to go

More homes in the pipeline for town as 'eyesore' site is to go

An area of Crowland where hundreds of new homes are to be built is to make room for more development.

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Opinions differ on idea for ‘green burial places’ as new cemeteries

Opinions differ on idea for ‘green burial places’ as new cemeteries

Could "green burial places", surrounded by trees and flowers, be the answer to a shortage of cemetery spaces?


Planning applications: our weekly round-up of plans sent to South Holland, South Kesteven and Boston Borough councils

Planning applications: our weekly round-up of plans sent to South Holland, South Kesteven and Boston Borough councils

A list of some of the latest planning applications for our part of South Lincolnshire - covering South Holland, South Kesteven and Boston Borough.


Could we see activities such as crazy golf in our churches?

Could we see activities such as crazy golf in our churches?

After Rochester Cathedral unveiled its crazy golf and Norwich brought in a helter skelter, is this a sign of things to come here?


South Holland air show hit the heights as crowds flocked to see attractions

South Holland air show hit the heights as crowds flocked to see attractions

Wings & Wheels drew more than 1,000 visitors to Fenland Airfield on Sunday.


COURT REGISTER: Results of cases heard by magistrates

COURT REGISTER: Results of cases heard by magistrates

Our weekly round-up of local cases heard by magistrates sitting in Boston and Lincoln.


'It was a very desperate situation' - firefighter tells of scene at dam crisis

'It was a very desperate situation' - firefighter tells of scene at dam crisis

The watch manager of a South Holland fire station has told of the dramatic scenes he and his team faced during the dam emergency at Whaley Bridge.


Downpours fail to dampen Moulton Park show enthusiasm

Downpours fail to dampen Moulton Park show enthusiasm

Downpours failed to dampen the enthusiasm of Moulton Park Country Fair and Horse Show organisers for future events.


Gedney flower festival flourishes in all sorts of weather

Gedney flower festival flourishes in all sorts of weather

This year's four-day Gedney Flower Festival at St Mary Magdalene Church in the village took on everything the Great British Summer threw at it.


WARD'S WORLD: Old prams had a multitude of uses

WARD'S WORLD: Old prams had a multitude of uses

Old prams had a multitude of uses, according to Spalding Today columnist John Ward who takes a sideways look at life.


Town takes lead on Community Speed Watch

Town takes lead on Community Speed Watch

Volunteers in the area's first town to operate Community Speed Watch have been praised.

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New planning applications for South Holland and South Lincolnshire

New planning applications for South Holland and South Lincolnshire

Read the latest planning applications for our part of the world.


Band's song is sworn revenge after thieves steal instruments worth £8,000

Band's song is sworn revenge after thieves steal instruments worth £8,000

A band have recorded an X-rated song so they can have the last word after crooks raided their base.


Miss England runner-up is delighted after historic night

Miss England runner-up is delighted after historic night

A presenter and writer from the area has finished in the top three of Miss England 2019.

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New rail operator holds talks with transport forum

New rail operator holds talks with transport forum

Campaigners for better transport services have held face-to-face talks with the area's new rail operator.

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IN THE GARDEN: Time to prune back the wisteria

IN THE GARDEN: Time to prune back the wisteria

You weekly gardening advice column from Baytree Garden Centre, Weston.


Health bosses in pledge to try to find GP premises on west side of Spalding

Health bosses in pledge to try to find GP premises on west side of Spalding

New surgery would meet the needs of former Pennygate patients... but residents are being warned it’s not going to happen immediately


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