Skegness Standard

Skegness and Spilsby fail to feature in promotional video

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Pupils at Skegness Priimary Academy wore green and baked cakes to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. ANL-160930-171136001

Cakes go down a treat for World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

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The Grand Central in Skegness is to be demolished and replaced with a new leisure complex. ANL-160930-165753001

Plans for Grand Central in Skegness approved

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Grimoldby luxury watch dealer jailed for 1.25 million fraud

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Work begins on £2m affordable housing scheme in Skegness for the retired

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Have your say on Council Tax Support in East Lindsey

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Girl backs friend’s cancer fight

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Serina Pickering at the graveside of her baby, Brittany. ANL-160926-152956001

Skegness mum’s petition over future of baby’s grave

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Lungworm

VIDEO: Vets warn dog owners about parasite on the rise as autumn begins

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Who said it, Allardyce or Bassett?

Quiz: Who said it - Sam Allardyce or Mike Bassett?

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FC Hammers have taken stock of their new kit from sponspors the Hammer & Pincers. Pictured, from left, are club treasurer Chris Taylor with Hammer & Pincers landlord Wayne Salmon. The team are: back row (from left): Jacob Axtell, Chris Johnson, Diogo Garcia, Owen Taylor, Chris Brocklesby, Jamie Taylor, Liam Ingamells; front: Dan Avison, Joe Roberts, Craig Woodward, Joe Lote, Khristian Taylor, Reece Snade, Jace Snade.

BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Round-up

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It’s a record! Skegness United hit 11 at Ludford

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Leaders Skegness Town stunned as Market Rasen come from 3-0 down to end their 100 per cent record

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BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Results

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Question Time, Daily Politics at Labour Party Conference, Damned

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Are you taking part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Suipport. Email your pictures to chrissie.redford@jpress.co.uk ANL-160928-150825001

Guide to what’s on in the Skegness area, from September 28

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Skegness-born classical pianist Ashley Wass who opened the 33rd season of South Holland Concerts in Spalding on Saturday.  Photo by Patrick Allen/Operaomnia.

CONCERT REVIEW: Son of Skegness makes good in the world of symphonies

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Skegness-born classical pianist Ashley Wass who opened the 33rd season of South Holland Concerts in Spalding on Saturday.  Photo by Patrick Allen/Operaomnia.

CONCERT REVIEW: Son of Skegness makes good in the world of symphonies

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Committee is sleepy after getting cuddles from the many visitors she attracts to Gunby Hall EMN-160926-122039001

Gunby Hall’s famous felines make headlines

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B&Q recall

B&Q issues recall over injury risk

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