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  1. Cyclist to speak about his cancer battleRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Spalding Today

    "Cancer is one of the best things to ever happen to me," - that is the opener to a talk by a man who has battled the illness. Jeremy Harrison will be giving the presentation at Tonic Health in Westlode Street, Spalding on Monday, September 4, from 7-9pm.

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  2. Picture perfect duo from the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free...Read the original story

    Monday | Spalding Today

    Two of the cutest kids on the block found their faces were their fortunes in the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press Baby and Toddler Photo Competition. Our readers voted for the winners, baby George Medford and toddler Sophie Medford, who will be two in October.

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  3. a-Level Results: High achievers overcome with emotion at Spalding High SchoolRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 20 | Spalding Today

    Pride was the overwhelming for Spalding High School headmistress Michele Anderson as her students overcame course changes to register a remarkable 100 per cent pass rate Three students, Rebecca Wright, Katie Embling and Rosie Stevenson, are set to start degrees at either Oxford or Cambridge University in the autumn. But there were other high achievers too, including Tegan Archer whose three A*s in psychology, English and language and biology sealed a place at the University of East Anglia to study speech and language therapy.

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  4. Police seek review on 'illegal activity'Read the original story

    Saturday Aug 19 | Spalding Today

    Police are seeking a review of a Spalding restaurant's drinks licence over alleged "illegal sales of alcohol" and "keeping of smuggled goods" on the premises. Station 25, at 25 Station Street, is the second business to spark a police request for a review in recent days.

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  5. Mum afraid to walk Spalding riverbank because drinkers gather thereRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 19 | Spalding Today

    Police are asking residents worried by drink and drug use in Spalding's public places to call them rather than "vent" on social media. One mum posted on a community site that she was afraid to walk on the riverbank because drinkers gather there.

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  6. a-Level Results: Girls show their mettle at Spalding High School to...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Spalding Today

    LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT SPALDING HIGH SCHOOL: Rebecca Wright is off to Keeble College, Oxford, to study theology. Photo by Tim Wilson: SG170717-145TW.

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  7. Barbecue 67 tribute show open to touring South HollandRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Spalding Today

    Excavate, whose artistic team premiered its Barbecue 67 Revisited show at Spalding's South Holland Centre on the same night as June's general election, is hoping to repeat the production 50 years on from the original event. It was due to take place at Long Sutton Barns last Friday but the show was cancelled two weeks after a planned performance in Boston went the same way.

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  8. Makeover for 'bumpy' road between Gosberton and SuttertonRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Spalding Today

    A potholed and bumpy road from the A17 to Gosberton, the B1397, is about to be repaired in a three-miles-plus stretch of resurfacing works, the longest distance in South Holland this year. Coun Rodney Grocock, county councillor for Donington Rural, said: "Residents have been complaining for years about the condition of the B1397.

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  9. Roof damaged in Gosberton Clough fireRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Spalding Today

    Engines from Donington and Spalding used two hosereels to extinguish the fire in roof space in the house at Short Drove.

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  10. LETTERS: Desperate need for radical thinkingRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 12 | Spalding Today

    If our MP, John Hayes, thinks that privatisation has brought about the best of all worlds on our railways , then he obviously doesn't use the line which passes through his constituency. Even Network Rail officials I've spoken to accept that the Peterborough to Lincoln service is not fit for purpose.

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  11. Here's our round up of cases which have been through the courts....Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | This is Lincolnshire

    Donald Davies, 41, of Bingham Lodge Cottage, Lapwater Lane, Holbeach St Marks, Spalding, case proven for driving without insurance and without an MoT certificate. He was fined 660, ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of 66 and costs of 85. His licence was endorsed with six points.

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  12. Your Letters: Why has it taken so long for relief road plan to start moving?Read the original story

    Monday Aug 14 | Spalding Today

    I read with interest the report in the Lincolnshire Free Press regarding the green light being given for the Spalding Western Relief Road from Spalding Common to Pinchbeck. The idea was first formulated in 2006 as part of the South Holland Local Plan, so my concern is why has it taken 11 years to get to the initial planning stage? Surely important road infrastructure needs to be in place well before building thousands of houses.

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  13. Help Norma trace her familyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 13 | Spalding Today

    Norma Watt travelled approximately 10,677 miles from her home in Tasmania to Spalding in the hope she could find out more about her ancestors. She got in touch with the Spalding Guardian during her visit to see if readers could help her trace her roots.

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  14. LETTERS: Desperate need for radical thinkingRead the original story

    Friday Aug 11 | Spalding Today

    If our MP, John Hayes, thinks that privatisation has brought about the best of all worlds on our railways , then he obviously doesn't use the line which passes through his constituency. Even Network Rail officials I've spoken to accept that the Peterborough to Lincoln service is not fit for purpose.

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  15. Banned driver drank and drove in Spalding as excited to see brotherRead the original story

    Friday Aug 11 | Spalding Today

    ASpalding man who was 'so excited' at the prospect of seeing his brother after more than five years that he drove his car even though he had been drinking and was already banned, has been given a suspended prison sentence. Sandijs Selagovskis , of Cowbit Road, admitted driving with excess alcohol, whilst disqualified and without insurance, when he appeared at Boston Magistrates' Court.

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  16. Relief as pothole repair work beginsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | Spalding Today

    Work has been completed in parts of both Quadring and Gosberton and was scheduled to start on the A151 near the hamlet of Twenty earlier this week. The work was met with relief from homeowners in Sarah Gate Lane in Quadring, where potholes were making it difficult to get down the road.

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  17. Spalding breast cancer patient plans to launch support groupRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Spalding Today

    A retired businesswoman living with breast cancer wants to share her experience with others by starting a new support group in Spalding. Francine Paluch, of Churchill Drive, Spalding, wants to set up a forum where herself and other patients can exchange information and organise events that can help to lift the isolation that can be brought on by breast cancer.

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  18. Aldi to start work on major makeover at its Spalding storeRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Spalding Today

    Spalding's Aldi store is about to undergo a major refurbishment that will see it close for around five weeks. Aldi was given planning consent last year to demolish three neighbouring small shops on Winsover Road, to modernise and extend its own store as well as introduce more parking spaces in its car park accessed from St Thomas's Road.

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  19. Activate! day at Sutton BridgeRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Lynn News

    Families enjoyed a summer holiday fun day in Sutton Bridge as the area's 'Activate!' project came to the village. Activate! is organised by South Holland District Council's community development team and provides a range of activity days for young people in South Holland during the school summer holidays.

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  20. Mixed views on planned ban of new petrol and diesel carsRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 6 | Spalding Today

    Plans by the government to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the UK by 2040 have had mixed reaction from car dealerships and commuters in South Holland. And many feel that more must be done to improve infrastructure and educate people on the benefits of electric or hybrid cars.

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