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The South Ormsby estate.

Bringing broadband to rural South Ormsby Estate

OnLincolnshire has been working with an historic estate in Lincolnshire to trial new broadband technology that could be used to connect thousands of homes in rural areas to fast internet.


Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire - what do you think?

There is still time to have your say on new proposals to address challenges pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families face when accessing education.

One of the families to have visited the Chapel St Leonards site through the project.

Sand, Sun, and Special Needs - three years of helping families near Skegness

A group which provides holidays near Skegness and further afield for disabled and terminally ill children and adults, as well as victims of abuse and trauma, is nearing its third anniversary.

Considering the future of Tower Gardens 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Looking to the future of Tower Gardens

Plans for the future of Tower Gardens, in Skegness, were being discussed at the Embassy Centre 10 years ago.

Potholes on Croft Low Road, Skegness. ANL-181202-132435001

‘How long do we have to wait to get potholes fixed in Skegness area?’

A motorist fears ‘someone could get killed’ if something isn’t done soon about a pothole near a school at Chapel St Leonards.

Steptoe and Son brought to life at the Embassy Theatre, in Skegness.

Adaptation of classic show coming to Skegness theatre

To help mark 55 years since Steptoe and Son first hit the TV screens, a theatre show is coming to Skegness.

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A suirvey on the impact of part lighting is to be discussed by Lincolnshire County Council's Scrutiny Panel. ANL-180217-074536001

More than 89% in some areas of Skegness say part lighting has had negative impact

More than 89% of residents in some areas of Skegness who took part in a survey on the impact of the part lighting of streets have said it has had a negative impact on their lives.

News from the courts ANL-171019-151707001

Teen throws toy pram in row over girlfriend staying in Spilsby

A quarrel between father and son over whether his girlfriend could stay the night, has ended up in a hearing before Boston Magistrates Court.

Wyberton Reserves (yellow) v Skegness Town Reserves (white). Jordon Foley (yellow), Lucky Singh (white).


Fixtures for February 17:

Police are cracking down on drink driving

Alford man disqualified after police ‘named and shame’ drink-drivers

An Alford man has been fined and disqualified from driving after being caught drink-driving while more than twice over the legal limit.

Shadow Minister for Housing, Melanie Onn MP will address Labour Party members at a meeting discussing homelessness in Skegness. ANL-180216-134616001

Charities invited to meeting to discuss homelessness in Skegness

Charities are being invited to a private meeting in Skegness attended by the Shadow Minister for Housing to discuss the problem of homelessness in the resort.

Ali's Curry House breached hygiene guidelines

BREAKING: Trial date set for hit-and-run victim’s brother after fraud allegations

An Alford man today (Friday) denied charges of fraud following an allegation that he pocketed cash donated for a plaque in memory of his dead brother.

VICTIM: Chase Tate

Alford man in court charged with pocketing cash donated in memory of dead brother

A man today, Friday, denied charges of fraud following an allegation that he pocketed cash donated for a plaque in memory of his dead brother.

Prepare to be transported to a world of magic and mystery with Cirque Enchantment, in Skegness. EMN-181002-185614001

Embark on magical quest coming to Skegness

Audiences will be transported to a world of imagination and mystery in the latest show coming to the Embassy Theatre, in Skegness.

Whats on
A photograph from the collection by Alec Manning which is on show at the Embassy Theatre Gallery in Skegness. ANL-180216-125548001

Images captured in Skegness but almost lost forever form exhibition to launch new season at theatre

‘Beautiful images’ that were almost lost forever are to go on show tonight to launch the new season at a Skegness theatre.

The cast of the Little Shop of Horrors, presented by the Co-op Theatre Arts Group, in 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Doors to open on Little Shop of Horrors

The Little Shop of Horrors was the latest production from the Co-op Theatre Arts Group, Skegness, 10 years ago.

News from the courts ANL-171019-151707001

New mum from Skegness ‘lost it’ and stole over £400 worth of shopping

A Skegness woman who had had a baby just a month before, took more than £400 worth of shopping from Tesco with no means to pay for it, a court has been told.

The latest local sports news.

On the trophy trail

Skegness United’s quest for silverware will continue on Saturday.

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