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Busy postmen will be hard at work this Christmas delivering millions of presents

It's that time of year when the busy postmen and women are in charge of delivering millions of presents over the Christmas period. And the postmen at the Royal Mail Delivery Office in Metheringham have already set their wheels in motion as they prepare f

Lincolnshire Echo, 22 min. ago
 

In pictures - memorable images from Lincoln City's FA Cup win over Oldham Athletic

Lincoln City reached the third round of the FA Cup with a memorable 3-2 victory over Oldham Athletic at Sincil Bank. Two goals from Theo Robinson and one from Terry Hawkridge were enough to spring an upset against the League One side, who rallied late on

Lincolnshire Echo, today, 00:32
 

FA Cup recap - how Lincoln City booked an FA Cup third round date at Ipswich Town

It is a huge night for Lincoln City, who will be in the FA Cup third round before taking on Oldham Athletic in their second round tie at Sincil Bank. The Imps are looking to reach the third round for the first time since the 2009/10 season when they were

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 23:17
 

Lincoln City 3 Oldham Athletic 2: Match report - Imps book Ipswich Town trip in round three

Lincoln City repelled an Oldham Athletic fightback to spring an FA Cup upset and book a third round tie at Championship side Ipswich Town. The Imps roared into a 2-0 lead after goals from Theo Robinson and Terry Hawkridge. When Robinson made it 3-0 early

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 22:34
 

Students gain skills and jobs at Butlin’s

A partnership between a Skegness school and one of the area’s best known employers has seen a group of students receive not just life-saving training, but also jobs. Six Sixth Form students at the Skegness Academy have recently completed their National P

Skegness Standard, yesterday, 22:16
 

School placed into 'special measures' by Ofsted after merger

A Lincolnshire school, where some pupils living 15 miles away now attend after their own school closed earlier this year, has been reportedly placed in special measures by Ofsted. Monks' Dyke Tennyson College in Louth became a single campus after its par

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 22:04
 
Petition in bid to stop up to £2.5 million spend on Council House

Petition in bid to stop up to £2.5 million spend on Council House

More than 1,000 people have signed a petition set up in a bid to stop Derby City Council spending up to £2.5 million on refurbishing part of the Council House. It comes after the authority announced it wants to rebuild part of its state-of-the-art headqu

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 22:01
 

Northamptonshire family helped by children's charity backs Christmas fund-raising campaign

A Towcester family are sharing their experiences of caring for their terminally ill daughter to help raise awareness of how Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children helps families in Northamptonshire. Newlife is the UK’s largest charity provider of speci

 
Buy this Derbyshire bar and restaurant for £750,000 with award-winning garden and cosy coal fires

Buy this Derbyshire bar and restaurant for £750,000 with award-winning garden and cosy coal fires

An 18th Century bar and restaurant with six en-suite bedrooms is up for sale in Derbyshire. The Red Lion, in the tourist town of Matlock, is on the market for £749,995. There are cosy coal fires, a stunning two-bedroomed flat for the new owner, and all t

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 21:28
 

School put in 'special measures' by Ofsted after merger

A Lincolnshire school, where some pupils living 15 miles away now attend after their own school closed earlier this year, has been reportedly placed in special measures by Ofsted. Monks' Dyke Tennyson College in Louth became a single campus after its par

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 21:21
 
It's time for the Christmas play but will your child's school be part of our festive celebration?

It's time for the Christmas play but will your child's school be part of our festive celebration?

Is your child performing in the school play? Will your school be putting on a festive performance? We want you to help us make concerts, choir performances, musical productions and nativities extra special this year. We want your school to send us a pict

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 21:16
 
Inquest opened after 18-year-old died when his car hit a tree

Inquest opened after 18-year-old died when his car hit a tree

An inquest has opened into the death of 18-year-old Luke Samples whose car hit a tree as he was driving alone. No evidence was given into the incident and assistant coroner Heidi Connor adjourned the hearing, saying she was awaiting "results of...

Nottingham Post, yesterday, 21:06
 
Swarm of rats could invade Derby buildings this Christmas

Swarm of rats could invade Derby buildings this Christmas

People in Derby are being warned that the cold weather threatens to spark an "explosion" in the rat population over Christmas. With freezing temperatures set to continue across the UK over the next few weeks and dustbins filled with...

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 20:50
 

Racy regulars of pub in Draycott, Derbyshire, strip off for charity

Pubgoers in Draycott can make a date with racy regulars who've stripped off to raise funds for charity. The brazen boys from the Coach and Horses pub have posed for a cheeky calendar and are now a-peeling for contributions after getting their kit off in

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 20:50
 
Busy road partially blocked after crash

Busy road partially blocked after crash

A main route in and out of the city centre was closed earlier this evening after a crash. Ilkeston Road in Radford was closed in both directions according to traffic management site Inrix. The crash between two cars happened between St Helen's Street and

Nottingham Post, yesterday, 20:50
 


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