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Now is the time for your ideas on how to spend ‘left behind’ Spalding’s £20 million

Now is the time for your ideas on how to spend ‘left behind’ Spalding’s £20 million

Now is the time for your ideas on how to spend ‘left behind’ Spalding’s £20 million

People in ‘left behind’ Spalding are officially being asked to have their say on how the town’s £20 million fund will be spent.

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A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

A proper community pub with a proper community feel and packed in midweek. Bliss at the Butt

You’ve heard about the eye and the arm, but what about the Nelson Butt?


Fresh-faced family-friendly restaurant offered dining just how I like it - the Italian way

Fresh-faced family-friendly restaurant offered dining just how I like it - the Italian way

Fresh-faced family-friendly restaurant offered dining just how I like it - the Italian way

We got a ‘pizza the action’ at a delightful restaurant on the cobbled street of a village.

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Fantastic! Brilliant! Awful! Readers have their say on flower parade

Fantastic! Brilliant! Awful! Readers have their say on flower parade

Fantastic! Brilliant! Awful! Readers have their say on flower parade

Thousands flocked to enjoy this weekend’s Spalding Flower Parade - each leaving with their own take on the event.

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‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

As a new town council is elected, the district leader reflects on the commitment elected members at every level must demonstrate.


‘Site is an expensive white elephant’

‘Site is an expensive white elephant’

‘Site is an expensive white elephant’

Our readers have shared their views on a variety of issues including the purchase of a site for redevelopment.


‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

Grantham Independent Steve Cunnington reflects on the decision by Greens councillor Patsy Ellis to stand down from her party.

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Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

There is much work being done to preserve our river systems, writes RiverCare co-leaders.


If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

Our travel columnist shares her tips if you’ve been inspired by the BBC show Race Across the World.


A bit of blue and a bit of Bond, but thankfully no lycra in sight in this former political pub

A bit of blue and a bit of Bond, but thankfully no lycra in sight in this former political pub

A bit of blue and a bit of Bond, but thankfully no lycra in sight in this former political pub

I’m noticing a bit of a worrying trend on the high street, but thankfully this Blue pub shirks that.


‘I am really excited as it is opening up doors - not just for me, not just on ethnicity but also with invisible disabilities’

‘I am really excited as it is opening up doors - not just for me, not just on ethnicity but also with invisible disabilities’

‘I am really excited as it is opening up doors - not just for me, not just on ethnicity but also with invisible disabilities’

With her new role looming as deputy flower queen, Demi Fontaine Gilchrist wants to bring attention to serious issues.


How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

A pet experts writes how you can be an advocate for your nervous dog.


‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

Retail crimes are on the rise but the Government is taking preventative measures, the MP says.

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‘Staff did wonderful job to reopen garden centre after flooding’

‘Staff did wonderful job to reopen garden centre after flooding’

‘Staff did wonderful job to reopen garden centre after flooding’

Among our letters this week is one praising the garden centre staff who reopened after flooding.


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