News from Skegness Standard

Skegness to see share of £35 million investment from developer

Skegness is to see a share of a £35 million investment by a developer which is building residential developments in the town. Manor Crest Group, which is based in the town, is looking to make ‘significant progress’ on several of its developments, includi

today, 16:39 in Regional East
 

Do you recognise these watches?

Police are appealing for the owners of watchers, believed to be stolen, to come forward. Officers from Skegness CID have issued the image of the above wrist wear which have been recovered as part of an ongoing burglary investigation. Anyone with informat

today, 16:10 in Regional East
 

New £30k watchstation opens along Skegness coast

Volunteers who are the eyes along the coast will be making sure visitors stay safe in the Skegness area from a new £30,000 lookout. The new National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) watchstation in the grounds of the Miners’ Retreat in Winthorpe was official

today, 15:15 in Regional East
 

Are you owner of stolen watches recovered in Skegness?

A number of watches that are believed to be stolen have been recovered in Skegness. Skegness CID would like to hear from anyone who recognises them. As part of an ongoing burglary investigation, the CID would like to trace the owners If you recognise any

today, 15:15 in Regional East
 

Struck down by a stomach bug? Take care and don’t overshare as Norovirus spreads

When it comes to sickness and diarrhoea, no-one likes it when you overshare – particularly if that means spreading a virus around. That’s why people are being urged by doctors to look after others as well as themselves if they are unfortunate enough to b

today, 15:15 in Regional East
 

COLUMN: Article 50 delivers on a promise many voters doubted

As Theresa May triggers Article 50, marking the moment the formal process begins for taking the United Kington out of the European Union, here is Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman’s comments on this historic day. To the list of days so important in Brit

today, 15:08 in Regional East
 

‘Selflessness, skill and courage’: Tribute to former Skegness coxwain

Skegness’ new RNLI lifboat the Joel and April Grunnill will be officially be named on Saturday. In the week before a new era for the brave crew and volunteers begins, the Standard pays tribute to Ray Chapman - the coxwain who recently retired with the ol

today, 14:19 in Regional East
 

Concern growing for missing mum and two young children

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 42-year-old Samantha Baldwin and her two children who have links to Lincolnshire. Officers are also concerned for the welfare of her children, nine-year-old Louis Madge and six-year-old Dylan M

today, 08:44 in Regional East
 

Appeal over Second World War grave

A Dutch national is appealing for information about a fallen Second World War servicemen from Skegness after adopting his war grave. Isle Thuy-van de Velde, 43, from Hulst, in The Netherlands, has made the call in relation to leading aircraftman Frank Bl

today, 07:27 in Regional East
 

Rod Stewart tribute night to raise money for hospice

A woman is holding a charity night in Skegness to say thank you to hospice who cared for her sister in the final days of her life. Nicola Lawrence died last November from cancer at the age of 52 and spent the final three weeks of her life in the Butterfl

yesterday, 17:35 in Regional East
 

Skegness area ‘ready’ for new £1 coin

Visitors to the Skegness coast can expect to use the new £1 coin at arcades and the majority of car parks. Preparations have been taking place for months to prepare for the issue of the new 12-sided coin, which has been introduced after the old round coi

yesterday, 14:32 in Regional East
 

UKIP county councillor defects to Conservatives

One of Lincolnshire’s leading UKIP county councillors has defected to the Conservative Party, just weeks before the county council elections. Councillor Daniel McNally, who represents Louth Marsh, will stand as a Conservative candidate for his division (

yesterday, 12:31 in Regional East
 

Free travel vaccinations and gluten-free foods could all vanish in prescriptions cost-cutting

NHS England is to launch a consultation next month which could see GPs stop prescribing medicines which are available over the counter for a fraction of the cost. Gluten-free foods, omega-3 supplements and travel vaccinations are among the items which ma

yesterday, 11:30 in Regional East
 

Are condoms a smoking alternative? Teenager points out strange Tesco layout in ALL stores

Tesco have been left stumped after a teenager pointed out an unusual placement of condoms across all of their stores. Beth Cutts , 18, was shopping in her local Tesco Superstore when she noticed an unusual product placed underneath ‘Smoking Alternatives’

yesterday, 11:21 in Regional East
 

Skegness store has licence suspended after employing illegal worker

A Skegness convenience store has had its licence suspended for three months after an illegal worker was arrested on the premises. Action taken by Lincolnshire Police alcohol licensing team against Premier Store, of Wainfleet Road, was outlined at a heari

yesterday, 09:54 in Regional East
 
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