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Memorial - A special evening again

The other Saturday saw another Vic Edge Memorial Darts & Dominoes Challenge held at Binbrook Village Hall.

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Bees - Join the buzz

Our bees aren’t just an iconic sign of a British summer, they are vital for pollinating much of the food we enjoy every day, and the wildflowers that decorate our countryside.

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Support -Thank you for money raised

On behalf of Motor Neurone Disease Association and the Lincolnshire MND Group, I would just like to say a huge thank you to all the people of Market Rasen and everyone who has supported Mayor John Matthews and his wife in raising the amazing amount of £3,515 for Motor Neurone Disease Association.

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Dementia - Awareness week thanks

I’d like to thank everyone in Lincolnshire who helped us ‘unite against dementia’ during Dementia Awareness Week 2017 (May 14-20).

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Campaign - Get baking

If you love lemon drizzle, swoon for Swiss roll, fancy fruit cakes and enjoy raising money for charity then please get involved in our ‘Give & Bake’ campaign!

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Thanks - Support appreciated

May I thank all those who voted in the county council elections on the fourth of May.

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Volunteer week: thank you

Every day, thousands of young people across Lincolnshire are helped to improve their lives by the 374 inspiring people who give up their time and volunteer for The Children’s Society.

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‘Tyring’ time - Kind note

Just to say a huge thank you for the unknown very kind person who left a note on my windscreen telling me there was a nail in my tyre when it was in Market Rasen Tesco car park this morning (May 6).

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Dementia - Help raise awareness

May is the month of the Alzheimer’s Society’s annual Dementia Awareness Week (14-20 May).

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Green Man - Thanks to all

The weather was kind to us, when families came to take part in many games etc, giving a lovely atmosphere to the West Rasen Green Man on May 1.

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Parking - Cars coming back to town

Is it my imagination or are the cars coming back to the car parks in Market Rasen?

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Death cafe - Taking away the taboo

The Death Café movement aims to increase awareness of death and encourage open and honest conversations in a bid to break social taboos

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Environment - Green awards

I was fortunate enough to spend much of my childhood outside – from making mud pies with friends to exploring the countryside with my parents. My love for nature and the environment is something I now share with my own children.

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Thanks - Charity shop retirement

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteers, customers and staff of the Ambucopter Shop for all the kind words and gifts I received on my retirement from the shop.

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Horseracing - Enhancing natural ability and instinct

I read with interest Susan Buckley’s letter with regard to the Aintree Grand National;, complete with the usual ill-informed rhetoric.

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Council - Investment has never been greater

Why do political candidates print rubbish, then wear out shoes delivering it.

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Parking - Another nail in the coffin?

Despite the ever-increasing number of motorised vehicles in the world, Market Rasen’s numerous car parks have been more than able to cope without suffering the gross interference of West Lindsey’s recent restrictive parking legislation.

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Easter: Diabetics can enjoy chocolate too - in moderation

Easter is a time for family, friends and, of course, chocolate.

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MP’s column - Way forward

As a county with such a strong and flourishing agricultural sector, Lincolnshire is one of the breadbaskets of England.

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Pain - Exercise helps

According to a recent survey from Arthritis Research UK, half of people who have or have had joint pain avoid doing exercise. The joint pain puts them off. As a person who has lived with joint pain for some while, I find this worrying.

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