Lincolnshire County, England Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Pinchbeck wildlife and environmental fundraiser nets A 650Read the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | Spalding Today

    John Hayes MP (second left) at Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust s coffee morning in Pinchbeck where, Stuart Clarke (left) showed his collection of pre-World War II butterflies to Colin Faulkner and Nicholas Watts (right). Photo by Tim Wilson.

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  2. Why A 100m is 'only the tip of the iceberg'Read the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | Market Rasen Mail

    A new scheme designed to boost tourism in the Lincolnshire Wolds will deliver a massive shot-in-the-arm to the region's economy, it has been claimed. East and West Lindsey district councils have teamed up for the first time to promote the Wolds as a major tourist destination.

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  3. Nigel Farage hails 2016 as the year 'little people asserted themselves'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2016 | The Belfast Telegraph

    Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said the "revolution" of 2016 is far from over following the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Nigel Farage and Victoria Ayling of UKIP campaigning for the Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election at the Solo Bar in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

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  4. 'I was lucky I wasn't injured'Read the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | Horncastle News

    An 83-year-old Horncastle woman says she was lucky not to be seriously injured after falling on 'slippery slabs' in the town's Market Place. She says some of her friends have slipped on the same flags and are 'afraid' to walk on them after it has rained.

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  5. Horse Racing: Chelsea man hits the back of the net with big Huntingdon Racecourse winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | Hunts Post

    If beating Manchester City was not enough for Chelsea vice-president Alan Spence to celebrate on Saturday, there was more success for him at Huntingdon Racecourse yesterday. Owner Spence saw his classy horse Josses Hill power to victory in the big Betfred Peterborough Chase - the highlight of the year at the local track with a prize fund of A 65,000.

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  6. Martin Vickers on by-elections and Lincolnshire DevolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | This Is Grimsby

    ELECTIONS are coming thick and fast at the moment and I don't mean America soon to be followed by France, the Netherlands and Germany, I'm thinking of the home grown ones. Last Thursday there was a by-election in the Richmond Park Constituency where former Tory MP Zac Goldsmith was fulfilling his pledge to voters that he would resign if the Government proposed going ahead with a third runway at Heathrow airport.

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  7. Two-car accident in Pinchbeck hits morning rush-hourRead the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | Spalding Today

    Drivers coming into Spalding from Donington, Gosberton, Quadring and Surfleet faced delays this morning because of a two-car crash in Pinchbeck. It happened in Wardentree Lane at 8.25am and led to tailbacks along Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, and routes towards Donington.

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  8. MP opposes Market Rasen 300 homes planRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | This Is Grimsby

    THE MP for Market Rasen has added his voice to the chorus of opposition against plans to build 300 homes in Market Rasen. Sir Edward Leigh believes the proposal for the huge development on land off Caistor Road A46 would "present a real risk to the community" and urged the Planning Committee at West Lindsey District Council to reject the application.

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  9. What now for the remaining faithful eight?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | This Is Grimsby

    WE ALL want more money and more control over how to improve North East Lincolnshire - but how to get it? The region's devolution plan, the Greater Lincolnshire combined authority deal - which would have handed over A 15 million a year to spend on roads, flood defences and identify job training needs, amongst other things - was fatally wounded by rejections from Lincolnshire County Council and South Kesteven District Council last month.

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  10. Del Boy to help open 'cushty' new Scunthorpe storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 4 | This Is Scunthorpe

    Del Boy's dead-ringer will be in Scunthorpe this weekend to give the town's newest store, Trotter's Traders, the once-over. But Oxfordshire-based look-alike Maurice Canham, who has doubled for the Peckham wheeler-dealer for 20 years, will have to play second fiddle.

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  11. Pictures of yesterday's A16 collision releasedRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Louth Leader

    The scene of the fatal collision on the A16 near Sibsey where a 65-year-old man from Long Sutton died.EDITOR'S NOTE: Although we received the pictures yesterday, police asked we did not publish them until today when next of kin had been informed. Pictures of the scene of a collision on the A16 near Sibsey which saw a 65-year-old man from Long Sutton die yesterday have today been released.

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  12. Update 4.40pm: Man dies in road accident at Sibsey, near BostonRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Louth Leader

    Police have just confirmed tragic news that a man has died in today's crash on the A16 at Sibsey, near Boston. Officers remain at the scene of the accident between the B1184 Frithville Road and Northlands and it is expected the road will reopen to traffic at about 5.30pm.

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  13. One casualty given oxygen after bedroom fire in GranthamRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Grantham Journal

    Crews from Grantham and Corby Glen attended the house in The Lindens at about 7.30am and used one hose reel and two breathing apparatus to extinguish the fire.

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  14. Christmas party in Louth for the Air AmbulanceRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Louth Leader

    The Kings Head pub in Mercer Row, Louth are hosting a Christmas party on Friday, December 9, from 7.45pm until late.

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  15. 'We have not vandalised trees' says District CouncilRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Horncastle News

    East Lindsey District Council has defended a decision to carry out work on trees in a picturesque area of Horncastle after being accused of 'vandalism' by residents. Several people contacted the News to complain the council had felled some trees and pruned others on the banks of the River Waring in Coronation Walk.

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  16. Kathleen celebrates 100th birthdayRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Horncastle News

    A Horncastle resident has been looking back on a century of memories as she celebrated her 100th birthday last Thursday with family and friends at Ancaster Court. Kathleen Waite was born at Tathwell, near Louth.

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  17. Jingle all way to festive marketsRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Horncastle News

    Two of East Lindsey District Council's weekly markets in Horncastle will have a festive flavour in the build-up to Christmas. The first is a farmers' market on Thursday, December 8, and the second is a craft market on Saturday, December 10.

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  18. An end to Rasen's formal friendshipRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Market Rasen Mail

    Market Rasen's formal twinning arrangement with the French town of Mamers will end next year after almost three decades. "It is with great sadness and regret that committee of the Twinning Association announces that the AGM, on the January 20, 2017 will be out last," said member Allison Riddell.

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  19. Children's charity in Skegness calls for supportRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 4 | Skegness Standard

    The Derbyshire Children's Holiday Centre, in Scarborough Avenue, Skegness, is due to provide a festive getaway for a group of 14 children aged between 13 and 17 next month.

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  20. Jamie Hamilton dreaming of Ayr successRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 4 | Sunday Herald

    The going, pretty much soft all the way round over fences and hurdles, is perfect jumping ground for the time of year and there are healthy entries for a six-race card that gets under way at 12.40pm. Jamie Hamilton is riding What A Dream, trained by his aunt Alison Hamilton, in the Racing UK Day Pass Just A 10 Handicap Chase.

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