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Community lays down roots for a greener future

Community lays down roots for a greener future

Community lays down roots for a greener future

23 March 2024

More than 100 trees have been planted as part of a community project.


Clock is ticking on solar farm scheme

Clock is ticking on solar farm scheme

Clock is ticking on solar farm scheme

22 March 2024

Whether or not a solar farm is given the go-ahead could be decided in a matter of weeks.


Popular festival returns to celebrate the natural world

Popular festival returns to celebrate the natural world

Popular festival returns to celebrate the natural world

22 March 2024

A festival celebrating the natural world is returning to the county this spring, with more than a hundred events and activities.


‘We are all absolutely fed up with sinkhole – what’s being done?’

‘We are all absolutely fed up with sinkhole – what’s being done?’

‘We are all absolutely fed up with sinkhole – what’s being done?’

22 March 2024

A sinkhole continues to cause frustration for residents due to a lack of action by authorities since it appeared five months ago.

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Plans go in for major new windfarm and substation

Plans go in for major new windfarm and substation

Plans go in for major new windfarm and substation

21 March 2024

Plans for a major new windfarm which will have an impact on the area have been submitted.

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‘Evil smell is ruining our lives’

‘Evil smell is ruining our lives’

‘Evil smell is ruining our lives’

21 March 2024

A pungent pong wafting through the countryside is ruining the lives of villagers, according to one resident.

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Experts settle debate on whether creatures were dolphins

Experts settle debate on whether creatures were dolphins

Experts settle debate on whether creatures were dolphins

20 March 2024

Experts have confirmed that three creatures spotted swimming in the River Welland yesterday were dolphins.


Vets unable to save owl rescued from barbed wire fence

Vets unable to save owl rescued from barbed wire fence

Vets unable to save owl rescued from barbed wire fence

20 March 2024

A town vet was unable to save an owl which became tangled in barbed wire. Warning: this article contains an image which some may find distressing.


‘We are very angry and very afraid!’ Campaigners object to distribution centre plans ‘twice the size’ of neigbouring village

‘We are very angry and very afraid!’ Campaigners object to distribution centre plans ‘twice the size’ of neigbouring village

‘We are very angry and very afraid!’ Campaigners object to distribution centre plans ‘twice the size’ of neigbouring village

20 March 2024

‘Angry and scared’ villagers have united to oppose a planning application to build a warehouse and distribution site on 23 acres of land.


Stunned dog walker spots ‘dolphins’ in the River Welland

Stunned dog walker spots ‘dolphins’ in the River Welland

Stunned dog walker spots ‘dolphins’ in the River Welland

19 March 2024

A stunned dog walker spotted three dolphins in the River Welland earlier today.


More frequent services and extended routes to benefit commuters

More frequent services and extended routes to benefit commuters

More frequent services and extended routes to benefit commuters

19 March 2024

A significant improvement in public transport has been announced for the south of the county.


River restoration project shortlisted for biodiversity award

River restoration project shortlisted for biodiversity award

River restoration project shortlisted for biodiversity award

19 March 2024

A £1.2 million river restoration and biodiversity project along the Witham through Grantham has been named a finalist for the UK River Prize 2024.

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Arborist and land owner to pay £10,000 after protected trees cut down

Arborist and land owner to pay £10,000 after protected trees cut down

Arborist and land owner to pay £10,000 after protected trees cut down

19 March 2024

Two men have been ordered to pay almost £10,000 after protected trees were cut down.


87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

18 March 2024

National Grid claims an 87-mile, 420-pylon electricity network through Lincolnshire’s countryside is the only long-term solution to bring down bills.


‘It’s not good enough to issue 320 fines for littering but just 12 for fly-tipping’

‘It’s not good enough to issue 320 fines for littering but just 12 for fly-tipping’

‘It’s not good enough to issue 320 fines for littering but just 12 for fly-tipping’

18 March 2024

A team tasked with cleaning up the area with a crackdown on louts has led to many more fines for litter than fly-tipping, figures have revealed.


Action plan could make town a greener place to live

Action plan could make town a greener place to live

Action plan could make town a greener place to live

17 March 2024

There is a local strategic plan that had been drawn up to address the climate emergency.

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Parachute silk dress and pillow case gown show the power of ‘make do and mend’

Parachute silk dress and pillow case gown show the power of ‘make do and mend’

Parachute silk dress and pillow case gown show the power of ‘make do and mend’

17 March 2024

We might tell ourselves that our recycling efforts are a new phenomenon but previous generations knew the value of ‘make do and mend’.


Special call to Australia to celebrate explorer Matthew Flinders 250th birthday

Special call to Australia to celebrate explorer Matthew Flinders 250th birthday

Special call to Australia to celebrate explorer Matthew Flinders 250th birthday

16 March 2024

Descendants of explorer Matthew Flinders joined residents of his home village and friends from across the globe to celebrate his 250th birthday.


It is time once again for the Great British Spring Clean

It is time once again for the Great British Spring Clean

It is time once again for the Great British Spring Clean

16 March 2024

It is time once again for the Great British Spring Clean!


Park’s £12,000 upgrade complete – now for more equipment

Park’s £12,000 upgrade complete – now for more equipment

Park’s £12,000 upgrade complete – now for more equipment

16 March 2024

A village park’s £12,000 upgrade has been completed – but there are already plans in place to fundraise for more equipment.

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