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Antiques dealer who appeared on TV has died aged 80

Antiques dealer who appeared on TV has died aged 80

A popular antiques dealer who appeared on hit BBC shows has died at the age of 80.


Your letters – February 18, 20 and 25, 2020

Your letters – February 18, 20 and 25, 2020

Standards of living, the car industry and a broken bridge are the topics for this week.

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Unsafe bridge: 'I don't want to pull body out of the drain'

Unsafe bridge: 'I don't want to pull body out of the drain'

Vandals are putting lives at risk by damaging a footbridge over a local drain.


Consultation on badger cull

Consultation on badger cull

Businesses and workers are invited to comment on applications for badger culling in county to prevent spread of bovine tb.


"It does seem that all the time we have to prove ourselves and it should not be like that"

"It does seem that all the time we have to prove ourselves and it should not be like that"

Circus Mondao responds to protest by animal rights activists as it performs in the area.


'A boon for the village as Flinders returns'

'A boon for the village as Flinders returns'

Traders and residents are welcoming the return of a village's most famous son - and hope it will spark a boost from tourism.

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Fresh start at Holbeach Drove Store for couple

Fresh start at Holbeach Drove Store for couple

There's a bright new look for a local store and filling station as a family launches their second business venture.


New cafe, expanded shop and wildlife area at farm

New cafe, expanded shop and wildlife area at farm

Work has started on a 100-seat café, farm shop, pond and wildlife area.


COURT REGISTER

COURT REGISTER

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


High protein cricket powder anyone? This is why we could be eating insects in the future

High protein cricket powder anyone? This is why we could be eating insects in the future

An insect and plant-based meat substitute has already been trialled in school meals - and this is what it could mean for us.


Grandparents marry on Valentine's Day in new Registration Office

Grandparents marry on Valentine's Day in new Registration Office

Grandparents became the first to marry in a brand new Registration Office on Valentine's Day ... and then officially opened the office.


Pensioner in battle over protected species in village

Pensioner in battle over protected species in village

A pensioner who found a protected species great crested newt in his garden is disappointed by the actions of his district council

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Old folk enjoy Valentine's buffet

Old folk enjoy Valentine's buffet

Residents got together for a special Valentine's buffet on Sunday.


Gypsy and traveller site gets deferred

Gypsy and traveller site gets deferred

Here is our round-up of all the decisions from the last South Holland District Council planning committee.

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Plans submitted for eyesore car park makeover

Plans submitted for eyesore car park makeover

A town centre car park could be getting a makeover if planners agree.


PLANNING APPLICATIONS

PLANNING APPLICATIONS

Here is a list of plans before the local councils.


Horse-some ponies help firefighters with their animal rescue training

Horse-some ponies help firefighters with their animal rescue training

Firefighters rescue scores of animals each year and have been practising their skills.


Pub swan song and a 'sale of the century'

Pub swan song and a 'sale of the century'

Customers are preparing for a marathon session as a popular pub prepares to close its doors.

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COURT REGISTER

COURT REGISTER

Here's a list of all the latest cases before magistrates.


PLANNING APPLICATIONS

PLANNING APPLICATIONS

Here's a list of plans before the local councils.


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