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Investigation launched over allegation Woodhall Spa fireman accidentally sent naked picture to crew members

Vicki Simons, Emily Osborne and Kelly Pawson are literally jumping for joy with their results.

A-Level Results: Excited students receive results at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Horncastle

The BBMF end of season formation, comprising the Dakota, Lancaster and five Spitfires, used Tattershall Castle as a landmark on their run in to RAF Coningsby on Sunday. Photo by Oscarpix Imaging. ENGEMN00120130930153422

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight grounded due to engine issues ahead of first ever Scampton airshow

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Charity beer festival in Thimbleby


Lincolnshire A-level pass rate above national average


Royal Mail apologises to Horncastle area customers


Breaking News: Reports of serious accident on A158 Lincoln Road in Horncastle

Students from all across Lincolnshire will be up bright and early tomorrow (Thursday) to receive their A-level results.

Students prepare to receive A-level results across Lincolnshire

A cake sale and fete will be held in Horncastle tomororw (Thursday).

Horncastle teens to host cake sale and fete

Managers Mickey Stones and Andrew Shinn, with assistant Steve Lovett, are looking for a winning start to the season.

Looking for home comforts! Horncastle Town will kick off season with SIX games at The Wong

Champers for the champions.

Champagne corks fly as Lincs CCC claim Eastern Division title

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The English Premier League is experiencing a textbook case of hyperinflation

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Lincs CCC are the champions... again!


Lintin makes it a hat-trick with latest Ulster GP win

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