People have got one last day to say what they would like to see put on at the South Holland Centre.
A blockbuster television show starring an actress from our area is set to hit our screens tomorrow (Monday).
A dream could come true for a Spalding band if they win the opportunity to play at a renowned music festival later this year.
Up to 500 people could be enjoying a South Holland music festival in the summer if all goes to plan.
An author who has used the landscape of our area as inspiration for her novels has been shortlisted for an acclaimed award.
A former Spalding student turned actress is appearing in a brand new television show which is airing on both sides of the pond.
A nuclear test veteran worked with producers to create an emotionally charged episode of Call the Midwife.
An amateur dramatic society is appealing for new members to join its committee.
Hopes are high that a popular music and beer festival will be able to go ahead in August.
The South Holland Centre is set to be awarded more than £80,000 in funding in a bid to help revive the area's arts scene post-Covid.
A Spalding abstract artist is calling for more support for alternative artists, like himself, to be able to showcase their work in the area.
In honour of World Book Day we asked people in the area to select their favourite books and tell us why they love them so much…
An encouraging comment in his Year 11 school leaving book has always stayed in Luke Settle’s mind and inspired him to publish his first novelletes.
They may date back to years ago, but singing sea shanties has suddenly become a viral craze on social media.
Whether you are an abstract artist to a cartoonist or an upcycle artist, you could get your work noticed.