Obesity causes more deaths than smoking

Obesity now causes more premature deaths than smoking, suggests new research.

Gunby Hall is going back to the Regency period this Bank Holiday Monday.

Step back in history at Gunby Hall

Gunby Hall and Gardens, near Spilsby, holds its annual Regency Day on Bank Holiday Monday, May 1.

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Staff present the funds raised from the Sixth Forms charity week to Jamie Davenport, of Macmillan.

Week of charity at Skegness school raises £2k

Sixth formers at a Skegness school have raised more than £2,000 for cancer support through a week-long charity effort.

Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy in Their Finest

FILM REVIEW: Their Finest (12A)

The trailer for ‘Their Finest’ might suggest a cosy, rose-tinted cinematic experience - one that when the DVD is released will sit neatly alongside last year’s new version of Dad’s Army.

Celebrating 'green' awards, Skegness Water Leisure Park's (from left) Jeff Wilks - warden, Rebecca Thompson - receptionist, John Chappell - CEO, Carmen Campbell - receptionist, and Harvey Frith - sales manager.

Latest conservation awards for park

Conservation of the planet and its wildlife are proving to be long-term residents at an Ingoldmells holiday park.

St James Church in Spilsby. ANL-170425-093315001

Spilsby church counts cost after theft

A congregation is counting the cost after thieves broke into a church in Spilsby and stole its sound system.


Food safety service will support new food businesses in East Lindsey

Those launching food-related businesses in East Lindsey could benefit from a new service provided by East Lindsey District Council.

Puyo Puyo Tetris is a mash-up which actually works, and it looks great too

Console Corner: Puyo Puyo Tetris review

A mash-up that actually works...

Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

The notorious hospital super bug C. diff could be spread through contaminated food, a new study warned.

Lincolnshire Co-op health walk taking place in Caythorpe.  The Lincolnshire Co-op has taken over the management of a health walk network in Lincolnshire.

Picture: Chris Vaughan Photography for Lincolnshire Co-op
Date: April 27, 2017 ANL-170428-143652001

Retailer helps save health walk near you

A network of health walks have been saved following funding from a county retailer.

There's a big day of cricket in store at Hove

Lincolnshire CCC begin Unicorns KO Trophy campaign against Cambs

Lincolnshire CCC will begin their 2017 campaign when they host Cambridgeshire at Grantham CC today.

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall (centre) in Skegness today with members of the Skegness and Boston branch. ANL-170429-201027001

UKIP leader visits Skegness to launch campaign to be voted MP for Boston and Skegness

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has marked the launch of his campaign contesting the Boston and Skegness seat in the General Election with a whirlwind visit to Skegness.

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St George's Day celebrations in Spilsby in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: St George’s Day sausage and mash

Spilsby Royal British Legion branch was holding its annual St George’s Day sausage and mash dinner at the White Hart, Spilsby, 10 years ago this week.

The dilapidated Tower Pavilion in Tower Gardens, Skegness. ANL-170424-162704001

Shock rejection of £3.5m bid to replace Skegness pavilion

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UKIP leader Paul Nuttall at last year's Sleaford by-election with Victoria Ayling.

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall confirms he is standing for Boston and Skegness

The UKIP leader has finally revealed where he is standing in the General Election – and as many suspected he will be contesting the Boston and Skegness seat.

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Skegness Triathlon Club vet John Caborn is in Team GB training for  the Europeon Duathlon Championships in Soria, Spain. ANL-170428-162454001

Team GB John Caborn of Skegness wins bronze in European Duathlon Championships

Team GB vet John Caborn of Skegness has won a bronze medal in the Europeon Duathlon Championships in Soria, Spain.


Footway lights upgrade across East Lindsey ‘will save cash and energy’

Work has commenced to upgrade more than 2,700 footway lights in East Lindsey to LED, as part of an initiative to save 530,300kw of energy and around £110,000 in operating costs per year.

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James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Little Boy Blue, Line of Duty, General Election

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...

It's tractor weekend at Hardys Animal Farm. ANL-170428-154836001

You May Bank Holiday in Skegness area starts here

Do you have a little girl who just longs to be a princess? Are you looking for something to entertain the whole family this weekend?



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