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RECENT NOSTALGIA: Pupils celebrate National Smile Month

Pupils at the Viking School, Skegness, had lots to smile about after celebrating National Smile Month 10 years ago.

Lifestyle
Childcare in Peterborough

Lincolnshire County Council wants to hear about your childcare

Parents and carers are being surveyed about their childcare experiences to ensure there are enough places available and to support future needs.

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Pilgrim Hospital, Boston.

Recruitment day at hospital

Nurses and other health professionals are being encouraged to find out more about working at Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital at a recruitment day next week.

Health
Do you drive in flip flops?

This is what the law says about driving in flip flops or bare footed

Summer is here and the weather continues to get warmer but the sunny conditions can make it uncomfortable to drive in a pair of sweaty shoes.

Crime
Second Skegness Brownies 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Brownies raise sum for A&E department

Second Skegness Brownies raised about £250 for the children’s room in Skegness Hospital’s A&E department 10 years ago.

Lifestyle
Could it have happened? The Super Speedway proposed between Boston and Skegness.

Astonishing inter-war plans for ‘Super Speedway’ between Boston and Skegness to go under the hammer

Rare documents relating to an astonishing inter-war plan to build the world’s first ‘Super Speedway’ between Boston and Skegness are to go under the hammer.

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A Lincolnshire beach (stock image)

Vets warning to dog walkers on Mablethorpe beach

A warning has been issued to dog walkers after two dogs - which had recently been walked on the beach in the Mablethorpe area - suffered gastro-intestinal problems, with one of the dogs sadly passing away.

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WATCH VIDEO - Sleaford-born comedienne Jennifer Saunders among top ten East Midlanders immortalised in used train tickets

Sleaford-born Jennifer Saunders is among the portraits by British Artist Ed Chapman, who has recreated a top ten list of greatest ever East Midlanders (as voted for by the public) out of discarded train tickets.

Transport
Northamptonshire businesses are reportedly selling better overseas.

The £20m gamble: ELDC to borrow cash to stave off funding crisis

East Lindsey District Council has agreed to borrow up to £20m which could be invested in projects outside the area in a bid to generate income and plug a significant gap in funding.

Politics
Toynton All Saints Primary School 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Grant for greenhouse at village school

A greenhouse was greatly enhancing gardening lessons at Toynton All Saints Primary School 10 years ago.

Lifestyle
Scene of the accident on the A1028 in Ulceby. ANL-180621-072525001

Minibus carrying 16 passengers crashes into garden on A1028 in Ulceby

A minibus carry 16 passengers has crashed into a garden on the A1028 in Ulceby.

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The North Sea Observatory at Chapel St Leonards. EMN-181106-085953001

Last minute ‘snags’ delay opening of North Sea Observatory

Works to iron out last minute ‘snags’ will need to be carried out before the new North Sea Observatory attraction can be opened to the public, say council officials.

Business
The Bakewell Pudding takes to the skies!

Bakewell Pudding ‘lost in space’ could now be in the Lincolnshire Wolds

A Peak District school is asking for the Lincolnshire public’s help after pupils sent a Bakewell Pudding into space - which has now become ‘lost in space’ over our county.

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Do you recognise this woman?

Mystery of unknown woman found dead and severely decomposed

Mystery surrounds the identity of a woman whose body was found severely decomposed.

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Codie-Lei with his dad Grant on their way down to the film set in London. Image supplied.

Boston boy lands top role in Will Ferrell’s new comedy Holmes and Watson

Landing a role in a Hollywood film is something most actors can only dream of - but a Boston boy has done just that - on his first ever audition.

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Throw a tea party for charity

Bakers of Lincolnshire... Marie Curie ‘kneads’ your support!

The terminal illness charity Marie Curie is calling on people in Lincolnshire to throw a ‘Blooming Great Tea Party’ this month.

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Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council’s Executive Member for Highways and Transport, Councillor Richard Davies, is calling on the Government to put an end to decades of underfunding and invest more in Lincolnshire’s roads.

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Countdown to the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North begins

Countdown to the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North begins

Final preparations are now underway for the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North.
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Contemporary Christian singer Lou Fellingham will perform at St Wilfrid's Church, Alford, in July.

One day left for ‘early bird’ tickets for Alford concert

Staging, lighting and large screens - it’s all part of the transformation, as St Wilfrid’s Church in Alford prepares for the visit of Lou Fellingham on her 2018 UK ‘This Changes Everything’ Tour.

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Dr Yvonne Owen.

New medical director welcomed to Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust

Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) has welcomed a new medical director to its Board.

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