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Bakers of Lincolnshire... Marie Curie ‘kneads’ your support!

The terminal illness charity Marie Curie is calling on people in Lincolnshire to throw a ‘Blooming Great Tea Party’ this month.

Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council’s Executive Member for Highways and Transport, Councillor Richard Davies, is calling on the Government to put an end to decades of underfunding and invest more in Lincolnshire’s roads.

Dr Yvonne Owen.

New medical director welcomed to Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust

Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) has welcomed a new medical director to its Board.


Obituary: Jeremy Wright

A service of thanksgiving for the life of Jeremy Wright, aged 65 years of North Willingham, was held at Alford Crematorium.

Sky Broadband & Talk is down

WiFi blackout as Sky Broadband & Talk goes down in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire

Residents in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire were without Sky Broadband & Talk after damage caused by builders.

Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, speaking at 'Cyber Safe Lincolnshire' last week. (Photo: Martin Birks).

Social media risks raised at Lincolnshire cyber-crime conference

Social media can be ‘mined’ by criminal gangs to find out a wealth of material used to target your home, accounts and family, a cyber conference in Lincolnshire has been told.


The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

The NHS has banned free prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ medicines such as constipation and athletes foot starting this month


Good rating maintained for Rasen and Osgodby pre-schools

Two pre-school facilities in the Rasen area have maintained their ‘Good’ Ofsted rating.

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Cathedral teaches the teachers on heritage

After the success of its wildly popular teacher training day earlier this year, Lincoln Cathedral hosted another free training session last week to help teachers and schoolchildren develop an understanding of their local heritage and its significance.

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‘Beach’ returns to Gainsborough this summer!

Gainsborough’s popular ‘beach’ will return to the Market Place this year for two days of seaside fun.

PCC Marc Jones

UPDATE: Lincolnshire PCC ‘stunned and appalled’ after new upskirting law is blocked

UPDATE: Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, said on Friday evening: “This Bill had cross Party support and has been frustrated by a single individual who appears to object to the principle of Private Members Bills rather that the content of the Bill itself.

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Join the Great British Bee Count and get ‘buzzing’

Friends of the Earth is urging people to take part in the Great British Bee Count, as part of National Insect Week (June 18 to June 24).

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Bring Your Dog To Work Day returns

An annual fundraiser which sees dog owners bring their pet pooch into work returns next week.

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Sun safety advice from Macmillan

Free information and support on sun safety and cancer is coming to Market Rasen next week.

The salvation Army centre in Market Rasen's John Street

Market Rasen Salvation Army set to celebrate 24 years service

Market Rasen’s Salvation Army is set to celebrate this month as they mark 24 years service to the town.

These teddies have already sold out across local Co-op stores. But there is a chance to win them in their upcoming competitions.

Lincolnshire Co-Op drumming up support for armed forces charities.

As the RAF marks its 100th birthday this year, and to recognise the dedication of service people past and present, Lincolnshire Co-op is raising money for the Royal British Legion and the RAF Benevolent Fund.

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Delays possible due to road dressing work

A number of roads are set to be surface dressed next week, making them safer and extending their lives.

Education and fun combine at the Lincolnshire Show with plenty to keep the children occupied

County show set to be the biggest and the best yet .....

Children will be spoilt for choice at this year’s Lincolnshire Show with a special aviation themed treasure hunt, educational challenges, cookery classes and even mini tank driving.


EA pleased with crackdown during river course fishing close season

River coarse fishing is back in full swing following a three-month close season from March 15 to June 15.

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Obituary: Pamela Elizabeth Schofield

A service was held in St Martin’s Church, North Owersby to celebrate the life of Pamela Schofield.

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