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Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

17 November 2020
Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

Pie and mash man eyes foreign market

17 November 2020

A food entrepreneur from the area is ready to test out his menu on expats in Spain.


School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

17 November 2020
School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

School sends home two year groups after COVID-19 tests

17 November 2020

Year 8 and 10 students are self-isolating after two youngsters had positive coronavirus tests.


Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

17 November 2020
Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

Level crossing to have £1million upgrade

17 November 2020

Rail engineers are to work on improving a road/train junction next month.


Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

16 November 2020
Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

Revealed - how Springfields' £1million contribution to town has been spent

16 November 2020

A breakdown of how funding from an expanding retail outlet has been used is now in the public domain.

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Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

15 November 2020
Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

Light at the end of tunnel for Littleworth

15 November 2020

A new group has started work on a bid for government cash to reopen a rail station.

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Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

14 November 2020
Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

Super runner Diane makes it ten marathons out of ten once again

14 November 2020

A former carer overcame wind, rain and falling trees in completing a charity endurance event for the third time.


CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

14 November 2020
CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

CHRISTMAS FOODBANK APPEAL 2020: Responding to community's changing needs

14 November 2020

Hundreds of families have been helped by a food larder in the area.


United call to tackle parking problems outside school

13 November 2020
United call to tackle parking problems outside school

United call to tackle parking problems outside school

13 November 2020

Education and civic leaders have raised 'serious safety and congestion concerns' in a town.


Town centre charity shop to shut for good

13 November 2020
Town centre charity shop to shut for good

Town centre charity shop to shut for good

13 November 2020

The rise in online shopping and fewer shoppers on the high street means that a store will be closed permanently.


PICTURE GALLERY: Hopes that bird's eye views will see visitors flock to town

12 November 2020
PICTURE GALLERY: Hopes that bird's eye views will see visitors flock to town

PICTURE GALLERY: Hopes that bird's eye views will see visitors flock to town

12 November 2020

A series of films showing one of the area's towns from the air have been called a 'top job'.


Retailer: 'We don't need more alcohol licences in town'

12 November 2020
Retailer: 'We don't need more alcohol licences in town'

Retailer: 'We don't need more alcohol licences in town'

12 November 2020

A retailer has offered a solution to tackling street drinking and booze related crime.

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A list of roadworks over the coming days

12 November 2020
A list of roadworks over the coming days

A list of roadworks over the coming days

12 November 2020

Temporary traffic lights and road closures will be in place across the area this week.


Good Neighbour Scheme to start work in area next week

12 November 2020
Good Neighbour Scheme to start work in area next week

Good Neighbour Scheme to start work in area next week

12 November 2020

A helping hand is being offered to elderly, isolated, disabled and vulnerable people from Monday.


Huge cash boost for All Saints

12 November 2020
Huge cash boost for All Saints

Huge cash boost for All Saints

12 November 2020

A church in the area has been given more than £67,000 for building work.


Band of brothers set to make armed forces history on Armistice Day

10 November 2020
Band of brothers set to make armed forces history on Armistice Day

Band of brothers set to make armed forces history on Armistice Day

10 November 2020

Four members of the same family from the area will all be fully trained Royal Marines by November 11.


Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

10 November 2020
Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

10 November 2020

The county's Police and Crime Commissioner has decided not to extend a deal with a security company until 2027.

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Police force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S

10 November 2020
Police force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S

Police force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S

10 November 2020

Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has decided not to extend a deal with a security company to provide staffing.


Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

10 November 2020
Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

Force opts to end £22m a year contract with G4S in 2022

10 November 2020

The county's Police and Crime Commissioner has decided not to extend a deal with a security company until 2027.

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Lockdown hobby becomes business matter for Donna

09 November 2020
Lockdown hobby becomes business matter for Donna

Lockdown hobby becomes business matter for Donna

09 November 2020

Mum-of-two takes chance to work for himself after ten years in customer service job.


Plans to increase train services run off track by COVID-19

07 November 2020
Plans to increase train services run off track by COVID-19

Plans to increase train services run off track by COVID-19

07 November 2020

Rail passengers have been told that an enhanced timetable will not be in place before May 2022.

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