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Volunteers at Skegness beach clean pay tribute to murdered MP

A beach clean has been held in Skegness in memory of murdered Labour MP 
Jo Cox.

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Bibby's bar in Ingoldmells will be flying the Blue Flag for beach cleanliness today for the first time, joining other East Lindsey beaches that have retained the award. Pictured with the flag are owners,  Bradley and Elliott Bibby the owners, staff member Lisa   and Amy Bibby ANL-170523-064815001

Private beach owners in Ingoldmells celebrate after achieving Blue Flag for first time

Owners of a private beach in Ingoldmells are celebrating today after achieving Blue Flag status for the first time.

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Pictured at a beach clean held in Skegness are Rev David Middleton
Judi Gaskelle, Paul Kenny Labour candidate for Skegness and Boston, Phil Gaskell member CAFA Winthorpe, Ryan Perkins Winthorpe SPA, Ryan Perkins Winthorpe SPA, and Tony Perkins Winthorpe SPA, 
Front Paul Maskall Chairman Coastal Access for All ANL-170522-101447001

Labour candidate for Boston and Skegness attends beach clean in memory of Joe Cox

Labour’s candidate for Boston and Skegness in the General Election showed his support for a beach clean held in memory of murdered MP Joe Cox by taking part in the event.

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Experts warn of an upcoming ‘bumper season’ for insects over the summer

Experts warn of an upcoming ‘bumper season’ for insects over the summer

Hordes of pesky visitors could be invading homes this summer as freak weather conditions will mean a bumper season - for INSECTS, experts say.

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‘Our homes are shaking - help us’: Plea from homeowners on Skegness coast

Homes that are said to ‘shake’ along the Skegness coast are driving residents mad - but there is no sign of a solution in the short-term.

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The first Atlas moth to hatch at Natureland Seal Sanctuary. Pictured today (Wednesday) by Matt Yeaden, butterfly keeper.

A chance to see the largest species of moth in the world

Staff at a Skegness attraction were pleasantly surprised when they found one of their Atlas moths had emerged yesterday (Tuesday).

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Dredging is to begin along the coast near Skegness to help  reduce flood risk to thousands of homes and businesses. ANL-170420-141756001

£6.8m scheme to keep coast near Skegness safe

A major £6.8million scheme to replenish the coastine near Skegness starts today, reducing flood risk to thousands of homes and businesses.

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The scrap van stopped by police. EMN-170329-161033001

Scrap man carrying two fridge freezers on his van roof fined over £1,000 for not having proper licence

A Newark area man who was stopped by police at Cranwell with a van so laden with scrap it had two fridge freezers strapped to the roof has been ordered to pay more than £1,000 in fines and costs after admitting not having the proper licence.

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Chris Pettinger, Tesco store manage,r with Jeanette Morley, service manager, and  Paul Marshall. ANL-170315-114234001

Support for beach clean volunteers in Skegness

A Skegness supermarket is helping to keep our beaches clean by supporting the volunteers who go out litter picking.

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VIDEO: Construction begins of new coastal observatory at Chapel Point

Construction of the new North Sea Observatory at Chapel Point has finally begun - just days after another Second World War bomb was found on site.

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Martin Lacey  and Spilsby Fen county councillor Victorian Ayling who are backing  a campaign to fight against diesel vehicle users being penalised. ANL-170703-091319001

Diesel charges will hit Santa’s reindeer from Spilsby area

A Spilsby businessman who delivers Santa’s sleigh and reindeer to events across the country on the run-up to Christmas is backing a petition calling on Prime Minister Theresa May to protect the drivers of diesel vehicles.

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Chapel Point where a bomb was discovered yesterday. ANL-171203-071014001

‘The bang was fierce’: Another bomb found at Chapel Point

Another Second World War bomb has been discovered at the site of the new Coastal Observatory in Chapel Point.

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River Bain.

Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project launches poetry competition

Are you inspired by the natural world? Then why not enter the Lincolnshire Chalk Streams poetry competition?

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Plans for a new �9.5m luxury holiday village in Ingoldmells have been submitted. Photo: Supplied by Stuart Hardy from a summary document.

£9.5 million luxury holiday village for Skegness - to bring year-round employment

A major £9.5 million project to create a luxury holiday village in Ingoldmells along the coast aims to attract new visitors for generations to come.

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If you spot solidified palm oil on the beach, Skegness Aquarium says please call the council. ANL-170603-105841001

Warning to dog walkers: Solid oil deposits on Skegness beach ‘poisonous’

Skegness Aquarium is warning dog walkers to be vigilant after small amounts of poisonous solidified palm oil has been reported on the beach. A spokesman said: “If you spot it please call the council.

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CLA: ‘Stronger action needed to combat scourge of fly-tipping’

CLA East is calling for stronger enforcement of legal action to help prevent fly-tipping, which they say is ‘blighting’ the countryside.

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Roadworks on Roman Bank, Skegness. ANL-170103-113049001

More delays on roads around Skegness: ‘But it will be worth it’

Roadworks are driving motorists travelling around Skegness crazy - and, with caravan parks now opening for the season along the coast, delays are set to get worse for at least another month.

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VIDEO: See the baby sharks at Skegness Aquarium

They may only be six inches long, but the first baby sharks born at Skegness Aquarium have proved a masssive attraction during the half-term holidays.

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Video: How Storm Doris greeted the high tide in Skegness

Skegness beach was almost deserted this afternoon as Storm Doris hit the resort ahead of the high tide.

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