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Volunteer recruitment day in Mablethorpe

The Marisco Patient Group are hosting a volunteer recruitment day at the Mablethorpe site of the Marisco Medical Practice. It will be held on Thursday, June 1 from 9am-12noon. Meet local organisations looking for volunteers to help them provide support i

today, 16:28 in Regional East
 

Gift of thanks to Sutton duo Margaret and Pat

The management committee at Sutton Social Club have presented a gift of thanks to organising duo Margaret Gale and Pat Gatton. The pair have organised and run the discos held at the venue on a Wednesday evening. Margaret has worked tirelessly for the las

today, 16:28 in Regional East
 

Kenwick Park GC seniors earn Waltham stalemate

Kenwick Park Golf Club’s seniors travelled to Waltham Windmill with fire in their bellies. And a close encounter ended in a 4-4 draw. Seniors captain Malcolm Bood said: “We had a wonderful day in the great company of a like-minded Waltham Seniors team. “

today, 14:18 in Sport
 

£2,070 is raised by The Railway Tavern in Aby

It’s full steam ahead for The Railway Tavern that has raised £2,070 over the last year for its chosen charity, When You Wish Upon A Star. The pub based in Aby, near Alford has hosted various events over the last 12-months to raise funds for the charity.

today, 14:12 in Regional East
 

Suffolk turn their attention to longer format as they prepare to face Buckinghamshire in opening Unicorns...

Coach Andy Northcote says his Suffolk side are a long way from where they ought to be — but are moving in the right direction. After qualifying for the quarter-finals of the one-day Unicorns Trophy for the first time since 2014, Suffolk can now turn thei

today, 11:05 in Sport
 

ELECTION 2017: Are UK pollsters headed for another embarrassing election?

Following the political surprises of 2015 and 2016, there has been much reflection and debate on the accuracy of the polls in the run-up to the impending snap-election of 2017. It is fair to say that, although perhaps somewhat unfair on the pollsters, th

today, 10:43 in Regional East
 

Eating chocolate ‘lowers risk of irregular heartbeat’

It’s a guilty pleasure that men need six times a week but women can get by with just once - it’s eating chocolate. New research shows that tucking in helps prevent an irregular heartbeat. But before women start unwrapping their favourite selection box, t

today, 10:22 in Regional East
 

LINCS ECB PREMIER: Round-up

It was all change at the foot of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League table as Market Deeping and Spalding both secured their first victories of the season, while Louth suffered at the hands of leaders Bracebridge Heath and now lie bottom. Spaldin

today, 09:17 in Sport
 

Louth and District Archery Club wins national award

Members of a town sports club were stunned to discover they had been honoured with a top national award for their work in the community. The Louth And District Archery Club were named as winners of Archery GB’s On Target Community Club of the Year for 20

today, 08:40 in Sport
 

FOOD COLUMN: Summer itself in a tasty dish

Summer is just about poking its nose through the door and venturing out into the sunshine. After teasing us with mid-twenties temperatures back at the start of April, summer has been slow in coming. After an arid month, last week saw parts of Lincolnshir

today, 06:29 in Regional East
 

Nostalgia: The ‘Back-Room Boys’ of Louth

Connected to the old photograph above, here is a photograph of the ‘other’ team, the ones who are never pictured on the field but help make the championship win possible, the football club committee. Both photos, top and bottom were brought into us by Ro

yesterday, 15:45 in Regional East
 

Summer street party in Sutton on Sea

Sutton on Sea Residents Association, with support from Mablethorpe and Sutton Town Council are holding a summer street party this Friday (June 2) from 11am-5pm. It will be held in Cromer Avenue (between Watson’s and The Crow’s Nest) with lots of stalls,

yesterday, 14:22 in Regional East
 

Legbourne car boot sale in aid of church

A car boot sale will take place at Legbourne Playing Field next Monday (May 29), raising funds for a local church. Those who wish to take part are asked to simply turn up on the day, from 9.30am. Refreshments, including drinks and bacon butties, will be

yesterday, 10:36 in Regional East
 

Tesco urgently recalls lipstick and lollipop pens

Tesco has issued an urgent product recall notice for a range of pens due to fears that they could cause asphyxiation if accidentally swallowed. The Lipstick Pens - which come in a pack of two, with model #: MF9864792PK - and the Lollipop Pens, Model #: M

yesterday, 06:50 in Regional East
 

TV COLUMN: The ethics of live news coverage are complex

Our television columnist James Waller-Davies gives his thoughts on the television coverage which surrounded the tragic bombing in Manchester earlier this week. There is a morbid fascination, a sort of television rubber-necking, that goes hand-in-hand wit

Saturday, 23:08 in Regional East
 


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