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Task force looking into image issues after traders called for tougher standards

Task force looking into image issues after traders called for tougher standards

Task force looking into image issues after traders called for tougher standards

20 April 2024

A council task group is looking at how to protect the area’s historic town centres.

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Nationwide salt marsh research project to kick off at nature reserve

Nationwide salt marsh research project to kick off at nature reserve

Nationwide salt marsh research project to kick off at nature reserve

19 April 2024

A new UK-wide project will see the county’s salt marshes monitored to research how they capture and store carbon.


Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

19 April 2024

Council bosses say that enviro-crime wardens are doing an ‘excellent job’ – despite only 38 fines being handed out for fly-tipping.

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Help plant wildflowers during special event

Help plant wildflowers during special event

Help plant wildflowers during special event

19 April 2024

Wildflowers will be planted along the River Welland during a special event over the weekend.


Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

19 April 2024

Residents are being forced to kick up a stink due to dog poo bins being filled to the brim.

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Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

19 April 2024

CCTV cameras could be installed to protect a town museum from anti-social behaviour and crime.

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Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

18 April 2024

Police took part in an operation to clamp down on illegal angling in the area.

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‘New sewage facility needs locating so town can grow’

‘New sewage facility needs locating so town can grow’

‘New sewage facility needs locating so town can grow’

18 April 2024

A new sewage pumping station would be needed if a 1,350-home development wins approval.


Sofa and dining room table dumped in river

Sofa and dining room table dumped in river

Sofa and dining room table dumped in river

17 April 2024

Household items have been found dumped in a river.


‘One in a million chance’ of finding King John’s treasure with new search to get under way

‘One in a million chance’ of finding King John’s treasure with new search to get under way

‘One in a million chance’ of finding King John’s treasure with new search to get under way

17 April 2024

There are doubts over whether a fresh hunt for King John’s lost treasure will reveal any riches - but some hopes for a “surprise” remain.


Bulb giveaway gave novices the chance to take on the pros at blooming wonderful daffodil show

Bulb giveaway gave novices the chance to take on the pros at blooming wonderful daffodil show

Bulb giveaway gave novices the chance to take on the pros at blooming wonderful daffodil show

17 April 2024

A new initiative to encourage the public to have a go at growing daffodils paid off as a horticultural society put on a blooming wonderful show.


Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

17 April 2024

A rejected plan for a solar farm near Belvoir Castle could come to fruition after the developer behind it lodged an appeal against the refusal.


Show will support quirky visitor attraction

Show will support quirky visitor attraction

Show will support quirky visitor attraction

17 April 2024

Tickets are on sale to help keep topiary yew trees in shape.


£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

16 April 2024

A £7 billion giant offshore wind farm that will connect to the National Grid via cables through Lincolnshire has taken a large step forward.


£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

16 April 2024

A council has awarded the contract for a new £8 million waste depot to a developer who bid £300,000 more than the allocated budget.

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‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

16 April 2024

The people behind a bid to convert a ‘blot on the landscape’ into a care home have been told to go back to the drawing board.

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Flag down the bus when new route starts

Flag down the bus when new route starts

Flag down the bus when new route starts

16 April 2024

A bus route is changing to link new streets with town facilities.


Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

15 April 2024

A controversial project that would radically change one of the most important wetland habitats in the country has been explored in a new video.

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Record water levels dig out antique finds

Record water levels dig out antique finds

Record water levels dig out antique finds

14 April 2024

The record rainfall we have experienced over the recent months is now, hopefully, behind us, say Grantham Rivercare co-leaders.


Young people have a right to a sustainable environment

Young people have a right to a sustainable environment

Young people have a right to a sustainable environment

14 April 2024

The tide is turning on climate change, says our columnist.


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