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20 acres of parkland looks set for public use

20 acres of parkland looks set for public use

20 acres of parkland looks set for public use

03 April 2024

More than 20 acres of parkland could soon be opened to the public.

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No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

03 April 2024

A water firm has sought to reassure customers that a hosepipe ban won’t be necessary this summer following the wettest winter on record.

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Plans for controversial 88-bed care home will have ‘substantial benefits that outweigh harm to skyline’, say planners

Plans for controversial 88-bed care home will have ‘substantial benefits that outweigh harm to skyline’, say planners

Plans for controversial 88-bed care home will have ‘substantial benefits that outweigh harm to skyline’, say planners

03 April 2024

Controversial plans to construct an 88-bed care home on the site of a former pub look set to be given the thumbs up.

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‘The gateway to Lincolnshire ought to be great - but it is a mess’

‘The gateway to Lincolnshire ought to be great - but it is a mess’

‘The gateway to Lincolnshire ought to be great - but it is a mess’

03 April 2024

Concerned residents say the entrance to a village is a let down and ruining what should be a picturesque gateway into Lincolnshire.

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Anglers call for seal releases to be suspended at Sutton Bridge to protect fish stocks

Anglers call for seal releases to be suspended at Sutton Bridge to protect fish stocks

Anglers call for seal releases to be suspended at Sutton Bridge to protect fish stocks

02 April 2024

Anglers have asked the RSPCA to suspend seal releases at Sutton Bridge to be suspended in order to protect fish stocks in our rivers.


Seven fire crews tackling ongoing blaze at recycling centre

Seven fire crews tackling ongoing blaze at recycling centre

Seven fire crews tackling ongoing blaze at recycling centre

01 April 2024

Seven crews have been called out to an ongoing blaze at a recycling centre.

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‘Disgusting benches are not showing town in good light’

‘Disgusting benches are not showing town in good light’

‘Disgusting benches are not showing town in good light’

01 April 2024

A plea has been made for a town council to maintain public benches that have been left to fall into disrepair.

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Busy town centre road affected by flooding and residents left without water following burst main

Busy town centre road affected by flooding and residents left without water following burst main

Busy town centre road affected by flooding and residents left without water following burst main

31 March 2024

Busy town centre roads are being affected by flooding.


The joy of nature can be found right outside your door

The joy of nature can be found right outside your door

The joy of nature can be found right outside your door

31 March 2024

Even if you’re not travelling too far, you can find joy in the nature in your garden.


Plans to install 16 electric vehicle chargers off the A16 approved, despite concerns about lights and noise

Plans to install 16 electric vehicle chargers off the A16 approved, despite concerns about lights and noise

Plans to install 16 electric vehicle chargers off the A16 approved, despite concerns about lights and noise

30 March 2024

Plans to install 16 electric vehicle chargers off the A16 have been approved, despite concerns being raised about lights and the noise impact.

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TV gardener shares practical advice during charity fundraising night

TV gardener shares practical advice during charity fundraising night

TV gardener shares practical advice during charity fundraising night

30 March 2024

TV gardener Adam Frost delighted an audience in an intimate event to raise funds for a health and wellbeing charity.


‘An exciting and unforgettable event’ promised

‘An exciting and unforgettable event’ promised

‘An exciting and unforgettable event’ promised

29 March 2024

Tickets are on sale for a popular family farming event set to take place next month.


Water bosses apologise over sewage spills in county

Water bosses apologise over sewage spills in county

Water bosses apologise over sewage spills in county

28 March 2024

Water company bosses say they are working hard to reduce sewage spills into our waterways after newly released figures showed the scale of the issue.

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‘We’ll have a spider’s web of cables both over and underground and we’ll be living on a building site with traffic chaos for years’

‘We’ll have a spider’s web of cables both over and underground and we’ll be living on a building site with traffic chaos for years’

‘We’ll have a spider’s web of cables both over and underground and we’ll be living on a building site with traffic chaos for years’

28 March 2024

Protesters fear ‘a blitzkrieg of proposals’ will ruin our landscape after a new electricity system blueprint outlined a key role for this area.

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When will my bin be collected over Easter?

When will my bin be collected over Easter?

When will my bin be collected over Easter?

27 March 2024

The Easter bunny will soon be hopping along bringing chocolate treats and no doubt some rubbish, so here’s when your bin will be collected.


Bid to grow UK’s first-ever ginger crop in Lincolnshire is ‘testament to expertise we have here’

Bid to grow UK’s first-ever ginger crop in Lincolnshire is ‘testament to expertise we have here’

Bid to grow UK’s first-ever ginger crop in Lincolnshire is ‘testament to expertise we have here’

27 March 2024

A town business is leading efforts to spark a food revolution right here in Lincolnshire by growing an exotic spice in the UK for the first time.


Swans struggle to swim as river level remains at record low

Swans struggle to swim as river level remains at record low

Swans struggle to swim as river level remains at record low

26 March 2024

Swans are struggling to swim and a yacht club is unable to sail as a river’s water levels remain low.

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Efforts to protect ‘living legend’ oak tree come under fire

Efforts to protect ‘living legend’ oak tree come under fire

Efforts to protect ‘living legend’ oak tree come under fire

25 March 2024

Protection measures around a 400-year-old oak tree have been criticised after deteriorating in just five years.

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Every home to get food waste collection – with £7 million fund handed over to make it happen

Every home to get food waste collection – with £7 million fund handed over to make it happen

Every home to get food waste collection – with £7 million fund handed over to make it happen

25 March 2024

All households are due to get a new food waste collection – with our councils handed £7 million to get the scheme off the ground.

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Gardens transformed during Light Night event

Gardens transformed during Light Night event

Gardens transformed during Light Night event

23 March 2024

One of the area’s best loved landmarks came alive with music and light during the first of two special evening events to celebrate our rich history.


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