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‘Sensory gardens will help well-being and mental health for the young and the old and all ages’

‘Sensory gardens will help well-being and mental health for the young and the old and all ages’

‘Sensory gardens will help well-being and mental health for the young and the old and all ages’

15 March 2024

A sensory garden to promote mental health and wellbeing is planned in a town.


Change to bin collections as new lorries to hit the roads

Change to bin collections as new lorries to hit the roads

Change to bin collections as new lorries to hit the roads

15 March 2024

A fleet of 10 new bin lorries will be on the roads next month after a £2m investment by a council.


Water taxi postpones start of season due to low river levels

Water taxi postpones start of season due to low river levels

Water taxi postpones start of season due to low river levels

15 March 2024

Pilots of Spalding Water Taxi are going to delay the start of their new season due to the current low levels of the River Welland.

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Construction underway for further education college on a 200-hectare, multi-purpose development which will also has plans for 1,000 houses

Construction underway for further education college on a 200-hectare, multi-purpose development which will also has plans for 1,000 houses

Construction underway for further education college on a 200-hectare, multi-purpose development which will also has plans for 1,000 houses

14 March 2024

The grand vision for a multi-purpose development on 200 hectares of land has seen construction get underway for a new further education college.


Video shows success of river restoration project

Video shows success of river restoration project

Video shows success of river restoration project

14 March 2024

A restored floodplain is helping endangered species to thrive.

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Volunteers muck in to clear-up dirty river

Volunteers muck in to clear-up dirty river

Volunteers muck in to clear-up dirty river

13 March 2024

Two groups have cleared up part of a town’s river while tides are unusually low in order to benefit the environment.

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Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

13 March 2024

Residents in Lincolnshire are digging their heels in opposition to National Grid proposals for 420 electricity pylons across the coastal landscape.

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Plans to transform four parks into bustling community hubs complete with play equipment, multi-use game area, orchard and allotment revealed

Plans to transform four parks into bustling community hubs complete with play equipment, multi-use game area, orchard and allotment revealed

Plans to transform four parks into bustling community hubs complete with play equipment, multi-use game area, orchard and allotment revealed

13 March 2024

Exciting plans to transform four parish play parks into bustling community hubs have been revealed.


‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

12 March 2024

Pylons could pose a ‘serious risk’ to the operation of the county’s emergency services, says the police and crime commissioner.

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‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

12 March 2024

Our area is becoming a 'back yard dumping ground’ for energy projects to support the south east of the country, it has been claimed

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Osprey returns home

Osprey returns home

Osprey returns home

12 March 2024

A well-known osprey has returned home to Rutland Water.


Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

12 March 2024

Campaign group No Pylons Lincolnshire has been analysing information to assess the impact of placing pylons through the county.

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“We can expect more extremes of weather!” £66 million to combat storm spills

“We can expect more extremes of weather!” £66 million to combat storm spills

“We can expect more extremes of weather!” £66 million to combat storm spills

12 March 2024

Climate change challenges will see more than £66 million will be invested to combat storm spills in the county.


“The rivers aren’t used to their potential!” Readers react to ‘fabulous’ idea to bring day boats and punts to river

“The rivers aren’t used to their potential!” Readers react to ‘fabulous’ idea to bring day boats and punts to river

“The rivers aren’t used to their potential!” Readers react to ‘fabulous’ idea to bring day boats and punts to river

11 March 2024

A vision to boost tourism by opening up a town’s rivers for punting and day boating has been labelled ‘fabulous’.

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Many solar farm projects will ‘never see the light of day!’ More applications lodged than the country will ever need, says Government energy minister

Many solar farm projects will ‘never see the light of day!’ More applications lodged than the country will ever need, says Government energy minister

Many solar farm projects will ‘never see the light of day!’ More applications lodged than the country will ever need, says Government energy minister

10 March 2024

A government energy minister has said far more solar farm applications have been made to connect to the National Grid than the country will ever need.

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Party in the Park to celebrate homecoming of explorer Matthew Flinders

Party in the Park to celebrate homecoming of explorer Matthew Flinders

Party in the Park to celebrate homecoming of explorer Matthew Flinders

10 March 2024

A party in the park is being organised for villagers to celebrate the homecoming of a famous explorer later this year.


MP calls for meeting with Government ministers to combat ‘monstrous pylons’ and ‘huge solar plants’

MP calls for meeting with Government ministers to combat ‘monstrous pylons’ and ‘huge solar plants’

MP calls for meeting with Government ministers to combat ‘monstrous pylons’ and ‘huge solar plants’

09 March 2024

A Lincolnshire MP has called for a meeting with Government ministers to combat ‘monstrous pylons’ and ‘huge solar plants’.

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Mum hopes to inspire children to ‘explore the natural world’ through new outdoor group

Mum hopes to inspire children to ‘explore the natural world’ through new outdoor group

Mum hopes to inspire children to ‘explore the natural world’ through new outdoor group

09 March 2024

A mum hopes her new outdoor playgroup will inspire children to “explore the natural world”.


Starlings dancing over village are a ‘fantastic sight to see’

Starlings dancing over village are a ‘fantastic sight to see’

Starlings dancing over village are a ‘fantastic sight to see’

08 March 2024

Murmurations of starlings have captured the attention of residents.


100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

08 March 2024

Steps to convert a 100-acre section of the Lincolnshire Wolds into a dedicated cycle park have been narrowly approved, despite public opposition.


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