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Linconlshire Police join forces with Dog Lost UK

Lincolnshire Police has entered into a partnership with the national organisation DogLost UK so they can work together in the event of a lost/found or stolen dog in the county. The force control room now has new procedures in place to advise owners what

58 min. ago in Regional East

French plaits, Barbie’s boyfriend and Olly Murs songs - things only dads of daughters will know

How to French plait, who Barbie’s boyfriend is and all the words to Olly Murs’ ‘Troublemaker’ are just some of the things only Dads of Daughters will know, according to a new survey. A study of 500 dads with daughters under the age of 18 has revealed the

today, 11:48 in Regional East

Author of book behind BBC drama Apple Tree Yard is coming to first Deepings Literary Festival

Sunday night’s new BBC prime time drama Apple Tree Yard has given a massive boost to the first ever Deepings Literary Festival in April. Its author Louise Doughty is part of a stellar three-day programme of literary fiction and non fiction, storytellers

today, 10:11 in Regional East

Festivals return to Meadows

Both the Stamford Food and Drink Festival and Stamford Music Festival will return to the town’s Meadows this summer – following their successful debuts in 2016. Paul Kennedy, director of Market Square Group which organises the events, said he was delight

today, 10:11 in Regional East

Central England Co-operative customers raise more than £200,000 for good causes

Generous Central England Co-operative customers have raised over £200,000 to support two good causes by donating unwanted clothing. Figures have revealed that 1,413 tonnes of clothing have been left at collection points at over 100 food stores across 16

today, 07:40 in Regional East

Raver caught with £4,500 worth of ecstasy down his pants at illegal Twyford Woods rave

A man was caught with thousands of pounds worth of ecstasy as he left an illegal rave at Twyford Woods, Lincoln Crown Court was told. Steven Kelly hid the drugs in his underpants but was stopped and searched as he left the site. Hal Ewing, prosecuting, t

yesterday, 17:10 in Regional East

Lincolnshire County Council leader calls for poll on unitary authority

The leader of Lincolnshire County Council has called for a poll of people living in the county to gauge their opinions on a unitary authority. Residents will be asked for their views on abolishing all eight councils in Lincolnshire and adopting a unitary

yesterday, 16:11 in Regional East

’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

Most workers believe that performance reviews are a waste of time, a new study has found. Around two-thirds of employees, and managers, said that formal reviews were time-consuming and outdated, in a survey by software firm Adobe - who themselves have ab

yesterday, 11:42 in Regional East

2016 was busiest year on record for Lives medical charity

Lives, a Lincolnshire based charity attending 999 medical emergencies, experienced their busiest year on record in 2016 by responding to more than 20,000 emergency calls. This is an increase of more than 2,000 on the previous year and a testament to the

yesterday, 07:24 in Regional East

Alzheimer’s Society course will help those caring for dementia sufferers

A free Alzheimer’s Society course to help people caring for someone with dementia is coming to Stamford in March. The Carers Information and Support Programme offers the chance to learn more about the condition and how it affects the individual. There ar

Sunday, 10:20 in Regional East

One in 13 has Type 2 diabetes, new figures show

One in 13 people have Type 2 diabetes, new figures have revealed. Latest statistics compiled by NHS Digital show the number of people in Lincolnshire rose from 38,686 in March 2011 to 48,413 in March 2016 which is an increase of 25.1 per cent in five yea

Sunday, 10:20 in Regional East

Bourne Westfield Primary Academy pupils take a journey to ancient Egypt

Year 2 children at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy thoroughly enjoyed an exciting visit from ‘History off the Page’. Children were transported back to 1,300BC, taking on the role of Ancient Egyptians. During the morning, the children became ‘craftspeopl

Sunday, 07:34 in Regional East

Charity dinner and auction in honour of Stamford man Richard Marsh

A charity dinner and auction is being held in memory of a Stamford man who died suddenly just a few months after his 50th birthday. Richard Marsh suffered a massive heart attack after stopping for petrol on his way home from work in June 2015. Although h

Saturday, 07:12 in Regional East

24-hour squash marathon in Stamford to aid mum-of-two’s recovery from brain aneurysm

A 24-hour squash marathon is being held to raise funds for a mother-of-two who has been confined to a wheelchair after suffering a brain aneurysm. Organised by Stamford Squash Club, it is hoped the event will raise £10,000 for Petra Landeweerd, 44 – who

Friday, 16:19 in Regional East

Footbridge would create new route over the River Welland

An ambitious proposal to install a new pedestrian footbridge over the River Welland could become a reality later this year. The project – which would create a new link between Deeping St James on the Lincolnshire side of the river and land between Peakir

Friday, 15:27 in Regional East

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