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Skeleton found during excavations at grotspot

Skeleton found during excavations at grotspot

Skeleton found during excavations at grotspot

26 February 2024

A skeleton has been discovered during excavations on a town grot spot.

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Record rainfall sees town feature on BBC One’s Countryfile

Record rainfall sees town feature on BBC One’s Countryfile

Record rainfall sees town feature on BBC One’s Countryfile

26 February 2024

A Lincolnshire town featured on BBC’s Countryfile show last night – due to record rainfall.


‘The message needs to go very loud and clear that we will fight this at every turn”

‘The message needs to go very loud and clear that we will fight this at every turn”

‘The message needs to go very loud and clear that we will fight this at every turn”

26 February 2024

A rallying cry has gone out to fight against a monster solar farm - but developers say they are looking at a continued agricultural use for the site.

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Bid to clear up listed war memorial is welcomed

Bid to clear up listed war memorial is welcomed

Bid to clear up listed war memorial is welcomed

25 February 2024

Council bosses say they will be announcing plans to restore a listed war memorial to its former glory shortly.

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Roadwork issues ‘showed need for bypass’ to address traffic woes

Roadwork issues ‘showed need for bypass’ to address traffic woes

Roadwork issues ‘showed need for bypass’ to address traffic woes

24 February 2024

The need for a village’s bypass has been highlighted after more traffic misery was caused by recent roadworks.

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County projects to receive money to tackle flooding

County projects to receive money to tackle flooding

County projects to receive money to tackle flooding

23 February 2024

Three Lincolnshire projects will be getting a share of a £25million Government scheme to help tackle flooding.


Council recommended to approve plans to raise plot of land despite concerns of ‘disastrous’ flooding

Council recommended to approve plans to raise plot of land despite concerns of ‘disastrous’ flooding

Council recommended to approve plans to raise plot of land despite concerns of ‘disastrous’ flooding

23 February 2024

A council has been recommended to approve plans to raise a plot of land, despite concerns about flooding.


Swimming pool plan has ‘little to no public benefit’ and ‘would disturb a high volume of archaeological remains’

Swimming pool plan has ‘little to no public benefit’ and ‘would disturb a high volume of archaeological remains’

Swimming pool plan has ‘little to no public benefit’ and ‘would disturb a high volume of archaeological remains’

23 February 2024

An archaeologist has called on the City of Lincoln Council to reject the White Hart Hotel’s proposed swimming pool complex.


Calls to tackle village rat run before someone is killed

Calls to tackle village rat run before someone is killed

Calls to tackle village rat run before someone is killed

22 February 2024

A call has been to tackle a village ‘rat run’ over fears that somebody could be killed.


“The end of Lincolnshire as we know it!” Fears over 4,000-acre solar farm

“The end of Lincolnshire as we know it!” Fears over 4,000-acre solar farm

“The end of Lincolnshire as we know it!” Fears over 4,000-acre solar farm

22 February 2024

Protesting residents fear a planned solar farm across more than 4,000 acres of farmland could spark “the end of Lincolnshire as we know it.”

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‘We are living in fear after floods but nothing is being done’

‘We are living in fear after floods but nothing is being done’

‘We are living in fear after floods but nothing is being done’

22 February 2024

People living in a village devastated by flooding almost two months ago are fearing for the future.


Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

22 February 2024

Crocodiles, a lynx and honey bears are among the exotic animals which are being kept legally as pets in Lincolnshire.

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Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

21 February 2024

Wheelie bins will be emptied by a council, even if residents put the wrong rubbish inside.

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Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

21 February 2024

Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality and tourism sectors to boost growth, as well as Government support to prevent future flooding.

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Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

20 February 2024

Piles of rubbish are making a well-known grotspot even more of an eyesore, a councillor has said.


Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

20 February 2024

A cat which sustained horrific injuries after being caught in a deadly gin trap had to be put down by vets.


County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

20 February 2024

Councillors are urging the Government to tackle the thousands of reported sewage spills and storm overflows in Lincolnshire.


‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

19 February 2024

While some are still recovering months after Storms Babet and Henk, Lincolnshire County Council warned that more flooding could soon be on the way.

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Deer cull leads to closure of park

Deer cull leads to closure of park

Deer cull leads to closure of park

19 February 2024

A parkland is closed today due to “deer management”.


Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

19 February 2024

Removing pests such as maggots, rats and cockroaches has cost council bosses thousands of pounds, new figures have revealed.

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