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Traditional Christmas celebrated in Sutton St James

Traditional Christmas celebrated in Sutton St James

The Wrens and Swallows classes flew in to perform two shows of their Christm as show, Noisy Nativity at Sutton St James Primary School. The angels, kings, shepherds, innkeeper, plus Mary and Joseph wore spendid costumes and performed Noisy Nativity in...

today, 20:11 in Regional East
 

Pupils win kids v parents sing-off!

Snowman danced and stars twinkled as Key Stage 1 pupils at William Stukeley Primary School put on their Christmas presentation. There were three performances of It’s A Nativity, which combined singing and dancing with a traditional Christmas story....

today, 17:00 in Regional East
 
Service sparkled in the snowfall

Service sparkled in the snowfall

Villagers got well and truly in the festive spirit in Gedney Hill last weekend. The snow around Holy Trinity Church provided a perfect festive setting for the annual carol service and lights switch-on. Gedney Hill Community Group organised the...

today, 16:51 in Regional East
 
Ken’s grand surprise for South Holland District Council chairman

Ken’s grand surprise for South Holland District Council chairman

Outgoing ‘Lincolns’ chairman Ken Willows had a £1,000 surprise up his sleeve for the man leading the fundraising for Spalding’s proposed WW2 Memorial. District council chairman Rodney Grocock, who also chairs the WW2 Memorial Charity, was one of 40...

today, 16:45 in Regional East
 
The man in charge of Lincolnshire’s roads has outlined the policy for gritting them this winter.

The man in charge of Lincolnshire’s roads has outlined the policy for gritting them this winter.

The man in charge of Lincolnshire’s roads has outlined the policy for gritting them this winter. Coun Richard Davies, executive member for highways and transport at Lincolnshire County Council, outlined how the authority, the Met Office and Highways...

today, 16:36 in Regional East
 
WHAPLODE PARISH COUNCIL: Plan for cemetery to host sculptures with owner’s help

WHAPLODE PARISH COUNCIL: Plan for cemetery to host sculptures with owner’s help

A possibility that some of Whaplode’s well-known village sculptures could find a new home at a redeveloped cemetery has been discussed by parish councillors. The report on talks between Whaplode village ward member Coun Graham Barlow and retired...

today, 15:52 in Regional East
 
MP guest speaker at Tory festive dinner

MP guest speaker at Tory festive dinner

Local MP John Hayes was the guest speaker at South Holland and The Deepings Conservative Association’s Christmas Dinner. Mr Hayes, who has been MP for the area for 20 years now, addressed more than 50 members at the meal, held at The Woodlands Hotel...

today, 15:28 in Regional East
 
St John’s were singing their way to winning!

St John’s were singing their way to winning!

St John the Baptist Primary School in Spalding were victorious in this year’s School Christmas Choir competition. The contest was held at St Mary and St Nicolas Church in Spalding and organised by Tulip Events. Runners-up were St Paul’s School of...

today, 15:28 in Regional East
 
Police appeal after collision between car and cyclist in Spalding

Police appeal after collision between car and cyclist in Spalding

Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision between a cyclist and a Ford Mondeo car at the junction of Station Street and Sheepmarket in Spalding yesterday (Sunday). The incident took place at approximately 10am and police are appealing for...

today, 14:28 in Regional East
 
Schoolboy (13) in court again over school weapons incident

Schoolboy (13) in court again over school weapons incident

A 13-year-old schoolboy charged with being in possession of an air weapon with intent to cause fear of violence and being in possession of a bladed article at a Lincolnshire school has today (Monday) appeared in court. Police were called to the south...

today, 13:05 in Regional East
 
WANTED: Police recruits who speak Latvian, Lithuanian or Polish

WANTED: Police recruits who speak Latvian, Lithuanian or Polish

Do you speak a foreign language and would consider joining the police? If so you might be just the person they are looking for. Lincolnshire Police is now recruiting for police officers who as well as being fluent in English are fluent in Polish,...

today, 12:32 in Regional East
 
Warning after man claimed to be council workman

Warning after man claimed to be council workman

Council tenants in South Holland are being reminded to ask to see identification from maintenance teams calling at their properties. The message comes following two recent incidents in which tenants were visited by a workman claiming to be employed by...

today, 12:02 in Regional East
 
Drink drive campaign starts today

Drink drive campaign starts today

The ‘Think, Don’t Drink’ campaign starts today (Monday) and runs into the New Year. The identities of people found to be driving under the influence of drugs will also be released and police hope this will make people think twice before getting behind...

today, 10:14 in Regional East
 
Hare coursing in Wyberton Fen, Sutton St James and Deeping St Nicholas

Hare coursing in Wyberton Fen, Sutton St James and Deeping St Nicholas

Police are asking the public to look out for three vehicles following instances of hare coursing in South Holland yesterday (Sunday). All thee cars are Subaru Foresters, with one silver (registration KW04VYZ and two green (VK55XXA and V128MKK)....

today, 10:14 in Regional East
 
South Holland’s young artists are real stars at designing Christmas cards

South Holland’s young artists are real stars at designing Christmas cards

Amazing young artists have been in big demand designing Christmas cards for MP John Hayes and Spalding estate agents Sedge Homes. Sedge have just adopted The Garth School as their charity for the year and, thanks to artists at the school, have sent...

today, 10:14 in Regional East
 


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