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When you just can't let go of all that stuff
We're a nation of hoarders and almost one in four of us has a spare bedroom stuffed full of unused goods.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Hotels at War Over Budget Inn
Hotels and guest houses in Spalding are waging war on plans for a budget inn they fear will rob them of their livelihoods.
Footballer is left to 'carry the can' for street assault
A joint top goal scorer with Holbeach Reserves was left to "carry the can" for a three man assault in Spalding when the other two were given cautions, magistrates heard.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Boss denies council office assault
The boss of Long Sutton's SEArch Architects, Jerry Harrall, pleaded not guilty to assault when he appeared at Boston Magistrates' Court today .
Independents part of town centres' fabric
South Holland's town centres would be much more unattractive without the presence of independent businesses, according to staff at a Crowland tea shop.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Elderly are to lose their daily warden visits
Vulnerable elderly people living in South Holland's sheltered housing complexes will lose lifeline, daily visits from wardens at the end of this month.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Distinguished judge brought up in Spalding dies
A man brought up in Spalding who went on to be knighted and become one of the Caribbean's top judges has died, aged 64. Sir Richard Ground, who was knighted by the Queen in 2012, died at his home in the Derbyshire Peak District after a career that also saw him awarded an OBE in 2011.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Lifeline for traders on your doorstep
South Holland has a long history of independent shops that opened decades ago and are still going strong because of support from people in the area.
Spring cleaning for charity
Firefighters across South Holland will be swapping their hoses for sponges in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for charity next weekend.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Chance to meet street pastors
An information event for Spalding Street Pastors earlier this year with Rev Ian Walters, Pastor Chas Sandhu, Coun Anthony Casson, Sgt Paul Coleman, Insp Jim Tyner, Pastor Kevin Taylor and Jenny Tedbury.
Musician helps in raising cash for disaster victims
Country musician Nicky Brennan whose band helped raise more than i 1 24,400 for flood victims in north Norfolk and people affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
You can help our shops
Shops in South Holland can only prosper if people use them - that's the response so far to our Shop Local, Eat Local, Play Local campaign.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Ofsted report puts Spalding school on upward curve
In just over a year as executive headteacher, Tom Verity has led Spalding Primary School from a "requires improvement" rating by education watchdog Ofsted to "good" in all areas.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
End of era for butcher shop
Little did Brian Frisby know when he started working at a butcher's shop in Moulton Chapel that he would be there 49 years later.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Millions more for superfast
Another 4.7million will be injected into Lincolnshire's broadband network to extend superfast speeds to 95 per cent of the county.
Grant joy for gym
South Holland District Council s business broker Charlie Williams at Spalding and District Gymnastics Club with its head coach Alec Harding.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Lincolnshire gets A 2.35m broadband boost
Better broadband: Superfast broadband is to be extended to 95% of Lincolnshire as the county is awarded A 2.35 million in government funding to improve coverage.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Which Schools Of Your Neighborhood Aim High?
EduExpress is an innovative resource dedicated to the English schooling system. The website's extensive database and use-friendly layout is what can lead EduExpress on its path to success in becoming England's most sought-after tool for all parents concerned about the education of their children.
Delight as Tulip Radio gains a five-year broadcast extension
Spalding-based Tulip Radio has been granted a further five-year extension to its licence to broadcast throughout the South Holland district.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Support our town centres
I am delighted that Johnston Press and the Spalding Guardian are championing independent businesses with our 'Shop Local, Eat Local, Play Local' campaign.