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PICTURES: Here’s what you have been wearing for Christmas Jumper Day

PICTURES: Here’s what you have been wearing for Christmas Jumper Day

Today has been a day for weird and wonderful Christmas jumpers. Here is a round up of your pictures you have send in.

yesterday, 16:39 in Regional East
 
Cash boost for crime and punishment museum

Cash boost for crime and punishment museum

A Gainsborough museum has had a cash boost thanks to a community beat managaer at Lincolnshire Police. PC Ian Shaw, who patrols the uphills area in the West Lindsey town, nominated the Old Nick police museum for funding offered by Police Mutual, for...

yesterday, 14:46 in Regional East
 
Lincs: Results from the court

Lincs: Results from the court

MOTORING Jason Lee, 46, of Summergangs Lane. Gainsborough; driving without an insurance policy. Fined £162, £30 victim surcharge, £100 costs and licence endorsed with six points. Leah Moodey, 20, of Stanley Street, Gainsborough; driving without an...

yesterday, 13:06 in Regional East
 
Drink driver is banned for 20 months

Drink driver is banned for 20 months

A man from Hemswell Cliff has been banned from driving for 20 months after he was caught driving under the influence of alcohol. Warren Wright, 45, of Bettesworth Road, Hemswell Cliff also had no insurance policy or licence. As well as a...

yesterday, 12:23 in Regional East
 
Driver didn’t attach registration number is trailer

Driver didn’t attach registration number is trailer

A Gainsborough man has been fined after he drove a car and a trailer and failed to fix the registration number assigned by the Secretary of State to the rear of the trailer in the manner of which it is expected. David Smith, 57, of Victoria Close,...

yesterday, 12:23 in Regional East
 
ICE WARNING: Met Office warns of cold snap

ICE WARNING: Met Office warns of cold snap

The Met Office has issued a weather warning for ice this evening as the cold snap continues. The yellow weather warning will be in place for 18 hours, between 5pm today - Friday, December 15 - and 11am Saturday, December 16. A Met Office spokesman...

yesterday, 12:23 in Regional East
 
Changes to bin collections over Christmas

Changes to bin collections over Christmas

Bin and box collections in North Lincolnshire will change from 18 December 2017 for four weeks over the Christmas period. During the week commencing 18 December or 25 December 2017, you will receive an extra general waste collection (green or grey...

yesterday, 10:34 in Regional East
 
Shopfront grant scheme transforms wine bar and café in Crowle

Shopfront grant scheme transforms wine bar and café in Crowle

North Lincolnshire Council has awarded a £7,500 grant from its Traditional Shopfront Grant Scheme to renovate 86 High Street in Crowle. The old shopfront of the former funeral parlour has been replaced and work has been carried out on the traditional...

yesterday, 09:59 in Regional East
 
Residents urged to keep warm and well as freezing temperatures set in

Residents urged to keep warm and well as freezing temperatures set in

North Lincolnshire Council is urging residents to keep warm and well this winter, and look after their health – especially those most at risk, as the cold weather and freezing temperatures set in. Cold winter weather can be harmful to health, not just...

yesterday, 09:24 in Regional East
 
RISE AND SHINE: Your morning news and weather

RISE AND SHINE: Your morning news and weather

Good morning. Test yourself with our breakfast brain teaser and get yesterday’s top stories and the weather for today - Friday, December 15.

yesterday, 07:14 in Regional East
 
Scampton Airshow will not be going ahead next year

Scampton Airshow will not be going ahead next year

Gainsborough’s MP has expressed his disappoinment at the news that next year’s Scampton Airshow has been cancelled. A statement was released on the airshow’s website which said: “Scampton Airshow Limited, with the support of the RAF Charitable Trust...

Thursday, 16:55 in Regional East
 
Homeless man’s strolls through Worksop town centre nearly ended in prison

Homeless man’s strolls through Worksop town centre nearly ended in prison

A homeless man who was banned from Worksop town centre for being a nuisance faced a prison sentence when he returned there to collect food from a friend, a court heard. Darren Morley, 51, admitted breaching the criminal behaviour order on December 9...

Thursday, 16:33 in Regional East
 
Don't Tell The Bride is looking for couples to take part in new series

Don't Tell The Bride is looking for couples to take part in new series

Engaged couples could be given thousands to plan their dream wedding if they apply to take part in E4's Don't Tell The Bride. Successful applicants for the show will be given £13,000 and three weeks to organise their big day - but the groom must plan...

Thursday, 15:37 in Regional East
 
Website expansion hopes for Hemswell Antiques Centre

Website expansion hopes for Hemswell Antiques Centre

Entrepreneur Robert Miller who operates Hemswell Antiques Centre has announced plans to expand its reach by developing the biggest website run by any bricks and mortar antiques business in the UK. To help him achieve his aim he hopes to enlist the...

Thursday, 14:30 in Regional East
 
Santa calls in for breakfast with competition winners

Santa calls in for breakfast with competition winners

Marshall’s Yard teamed up with Root and treated five lucky families to a festive morning after winning a social media competition. The five families enjoyed a complimentary breakfast at the centre’s eatery, Root, with the added surprise of a visit...

Thursday, 14:30 in Regional East
 


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