News from Bourne Local
Fibromyalgia sufferers in Bourne are being given the chance to share their experiences and coping mechanisms. A new Fibromyalgia Support Group launched in Bourne last week and takes place at Wake House every third Monday of the month. Although the group
Nine people have been sentenced for their parts in defrauding the NHS out of £12 million. Since the end of 2011, Lincolnshire Police has been investigating a series of frauds committed against public bodies including a number of NHS trusts. On Friday, ni
A campaigner fighting to save a village school fears other facilities will leave the area if it closes. Councillor Chris Close is part of a group seeking to save Easton Garford Primary School. There are concerns over the school in Easton-on-the-Hill, Nor
Bourne and Market Deeping are to host four drop-in events about the future shape of the area to be run by South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) next month. Two of the events are on market days in Bourne on Thursday, July 20, from 10am until 3pm and, bef
People from Bourne and the Deepings can take part in a new street cleaning programme launched by South Kesteven District Council (SKDC). The Big Clean is an initial 12-week plan to transform the district’s “grotspots” where litter, weeds, fly-tipping, gr
One in five Brits say they would rather date someone with a pet, according to a new survey. Almost a third of those polled said they’d much rather smooch a pooch-owner, while a quarter said they’d more likely be feline the love with a cat keeper. And an
Board members of a newly-formed trust, which will take over the management of the Royal Pavilion and Museums, were revealed last week. The nine trustees include councillors, as well as experienced board members in charitable and public organisations. The
The Government, police and courts are “playing catch-up” with hare coursers, despite a 15 per cent fall in reports across South Holland and Boston. Coun Andrew Bowell, Chairman of Deeping St James Parish Council, made the claim after figures given to the
Festival fever once again swept across Stamford yesterday (June 24). The popular Stamford Festival took place for the 38th time and crowds were able to enjoy a parade of floats, walking vehicles and decorated vehicles through the town centre as well as a
Youngsters slept homeless outside a supermarket to help raise £200 for charity. Members of the Deeping Explorer Scouts slept outside Tesco, in Market Deeping, for Hope into Action. The ten teenagers and three group leaders used donated sheets and duvets
Visitors packed onto the Wellhead Field and enjoyed glorious sunshine at Bourne Classic Car and Bike Carnival. More than 500 classic vehicles from around the country were on show at the annual event, which took place on Sunday, and was attended by an est
The county police force has 24 posts available in its local neighbourhood teams. Lincolnshire Police says it wants to recruit 24 ‘exceptional’ people into the roles of police community support officers (PCSO). The force says the new officers will provide
Free CPR demonstrations will take place in Bourne on Tuesday (June 27). The demonstrations, performed by St John Ambulance are part of the ongoing BBC Radio Lincolnshire ‘Save A Life’ campaign which aims to deliver free CPR training to 10,000 people in t
A talented 14-year-old singer from Rippingale who was trained at a top US arts school is set to feature on the children’s version of The Voice. Tabi Gervis, a Bourne Academy pupil, will perform on ITV’s, The Voice Kids, which follows the same format as t
Community groups working with children and young people aged between ten and 20 can now apply for grants of up to £5,000 in Lincolnshire. The Youth Social Action Programme is inviting groups to apply for funding to help pay for projects, including sports
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