Images of a second man police believe may be linked with Monday’s attempted ‘armed robbery’ in Skegness have been released.
Funeral date announced for Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre pioneer Fred Panton, thanksgiving service also planned
The funeral of one of the pioneers behind the popular Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre will take place next week.
A dog walker has reported catching a man staring at her while he performed an ‘indecent act’ in Skegness last week.
HORTICULTURE - The members and friends of the Wainfleet Horticultural Society are looking forward to their next event.
VILLAGE HALL - Croft Parish Council is forming a new group to run the Village Hall and are looking for volunteers prepared to give their time to this venture.
ACCOUNTS VIEWING - Parishioners have the opportunity to view the accounts for the year ending, March 31, 2013 of Toynton St Peter parish Council.
Skegness Town Councillors recently voted to support a motion to reaffirm their public commitment to their Equality Policy in light of national issues with racial action.
Stewton House in Louth is throwing open its doors to show just what life is like in a care home.
East Lindsey District Council’s Street Talking Community Engagement Programme, aimed at taking information about its services to local people, will start again next week.
Changes to Lincolnshire’s justice system have angered magistrates who fear the cost cutting measures will fail to rehabilitate offenders or give victims what they deserve.
All of the grieving victims left out of pocket by a Skegness memorial firm have reportedly now been offered headstones to mark their loved ones’ graves.
A happy couple who met in a Skegness care home have proved that you’re never too old to fall in love.
A 38-year-old lorry driver suffered a suspected broken leg after her lorry upturned on the A1028 near Skendleby, trapping her inside.
Dismayed parish councillors in Hogsthorpe have resolved a vote of no faith or confidence in East Lindsey District Council after the latest in a long line of disputes.
A popular mascot which has welcomed visitors into the town for many years is set to receive the face lift he desperately deserves.
A number of the Palms Tai Chi Club’s members received awards at the group’s latest meeting on Monday (June 3).
BEETLE DRIVE - There will be a ‘Beetle Drive’ at Orby Village Hall on Friday, June 14 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
WI - This month’s speaker at Friskney WI was David Willey from the Lincolnshire Aviation Centre.
ORBY - There will be Matins at All Saints Church, Orby, this Sunday, June 9 at 11am.
COFFEE AND CAKES - A coffee morning and cake stall will be held on Saturday, June 8, from 10.30am to 11.30am, at Toynton All Saints Methodist Chapel.
PARTY - A reminder that the Burgh Baptist Church will be partying in the church garden this Saturday, June 8, from 4pm to 7pm.
Lincolnshire residents have today been granted greater powers to veto the county’s growing numbers of wind farms, which opponents say are industrialising the local landscape.1 comment
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt takes action over Lincolnshire County Council’s ambulance service concerns
Concerns over an ‘inadequate’ consultation into plans to improve Lincolnshire’s failing ambulance response times have provoked action from the secretary of state for health.
A three-time mayor of Skegness has accused Lincolnshire authorities of ignoring allegations of racism, widening social division and failing to crackdown on abuse over social networking sites.2 comments
Hopes that an historic building in Skegness could be returned to use as the town’s registry office have been put on hold.
The owner of a popular family pub which was gutted during a major fire last week hopes to reinstate it ‘to its former glory as soon as possible’.
Burgh Events Committee is set to hold a scarecrow competition with the theme ‘farming’ as part of festival day next month.
At the latest meeting of the Wainfleet Branch of the Royal British Legion, members held a homage and silence to remember those involved with the Dambusters raid of 70 years ago.
A Blooming Good Read was the subject for Spilsby Flower Club’s latest meeting recently, when the members were led through some interesting literature on their shared interest.
CHRISTIAN AID - The recent collection around the village for Christian Aid raised £383.
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING - Toynton St Peter‘s annual parish meeting was held recently at the Village Hall.
The fire crews tackling last night’s blaze at The Bell Inn in Ingoldmells have been praised for working quickly and efficiently under extremely challenging conditions.
Witnesses to last night’s Ingoldmells pub fire were in awe at the speed which it escalated into a fearsome inferno.
Everyone inside the Ingoldmells pub when a blaze ripped through it last night has been safely evacuated, the fire service confirmed this morning.
A stables will be holding an open day with fun for all the family at the weekend.
AUCTION - All Saints Church in Orby will host an auction this Friday, May 31 at 6pm.
ANGELS - The Little Angels will meet in the parish church of St Peter and Paul next Wednesday, June 5 at 2pm.
A Skegness historian was ‘flabbergasted’ to be honoured for her tireless work revealing intriguing stories from the town’s forgotten past during a surprise presentation earlier today.
Regulars at an historic Ingoldmells pub are furious with planners for allowing their beloved local to be converted into housing.
Make a Noise Fortnight to showcase how blind and partially-sighted can access library services in Lincolnshire
A two-week initiative is set to kick-off in Lincolnshire soon in a bid to help the blind and partially-sighted discover what Lincolnshire’s libraries have on offer.
A mysterious old newspaper report on the discovery of vintage footage featuring Skegness’s iconic mascot The Jolly Fisherman has instigated a fresh hunt for the prized relic.
Skegness based rock and blues band ‘Hooch’, will be appearing in a free gig at The Crown Hotel, Skegness on Saturday, June 1st.
A talented drama student from Skegness has followed in her grandfather’s historic footsteps during a spectacular 70th anniversary Dambusters memorial held last week.
The recently formed Skegness Women’s Institute held its Spring Fayre last week.
- UPDATED: Suspected ‘armed robbery’ with ‘gun’ sparks police ‘firearms response’ at The Money Shop in Skegness
- UPDATE: Police release CCTV image of man wanted in connection with attempted ‘armed robbery’ in Skegness, man searched in Lidl is NOT connected to the crime police confirm
- UPDATE: Business owner heard someone thought to be ‘robbing’ the Money Shop in Skegness
- Man caught staring at female dog walker while he performed ‘indecent act’ in Skegness
- Man arrested and interviewed in connection with attempted robbery in Skegness
- NHS urges norovirus sufferers to stay away from Skegness Hospital
- ‘Kitchen knife’ found in Butlins bar after alleged ‘attack’
- Skegness Scooter Rally leaves town buzzing
- Nottinghamshire sexsomniac cleared of raping 21-year-old at Butlin’s, Ingoldmells, in one of the first cases of its kind
- Teachers’ union accuses Skegness Grammar School of financial mismanagement
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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