CCTV released after theft of bank card in Alford

Police are appealing for help to identify this man following a theft of bank card in the Alford area.

East Lindsey District Council headquarters.

Horncastle private hire driver has operator licence revoked

Boston Magistrates’ Court has awarded East Lindsey District Council with £500 in costs after the owner of Bargain Car, a private hire car company in Horncastle, withdrew his appeal against the Council for revoking his private hire vehicle operator’s licence.

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CCTV released after theft from elderly shopper in Horncastle Tesco

Police in Horncastle are appealing for help in identifying this man and woman as they may be able to assist with an investigation into a theft of a handbag.


AUDIO: Warning as woman calls 999 to ask for advice about broken egg

Broken eggs, a dead fox and someone who wanted us to make them breakfast are some of the inappropriate 999 calls our emergency call handlers have taken in the last six months.

The district council has said they are not aware of any issues with the cameras.

Future of CCTV scheme could be in jeopardy

The future of East Lindsey’s seven town CCTV partnership is thought to be in jeopardy amid a series of on-going problems.

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Ladies are set for county pairs final

A number of Horncastle Indoor Bowling Club ladies have won through to represent the club in the county’s quarter and semi-final stages.

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Teenagers warned by police after town centre incidents

Horncastle Police say they spoken to two individuals after reports of teenagers deliberately running in front of traffic in the town centre.

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Farmers fight off the Vikings

Horsington & District Snooker League

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Steph Tilley (left) and Sarah Jowett (right) of Chestnut Homes present LIVES' Amy Rose (centre) with the housebuilder�s donation.

Housebuilder gives boost to life-saving charity

A life-saving Lincolnshire charity has received a cash boost from housebuilder, Chestnut Homes.

Benington (blue) v Skegness Town Res (red). Carl Wilson (blue), Carter Godson (red).


Dale Atkinson rounds up the latest Boston Saturday League action...

It is almost time to open the doors and get ready to explore the rich heritage of Tattershall Castle once again

Gates ready to open on a new season at Tattershall Castle

After a quiet couple of months, the medieval majesty of Tattershall Castle will re-open for everyone to see in February.

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Lincs League rep side beaten in extra time

The Lincolnshire League representative side saw a 2-0 lead slip as they were knocked out of the Inter League Cup on Saturday.

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Theft of memorial seats in Mareham le Fen

Horncastle Police are investigating the theft of four memorial seats in Mareham le Fen.

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Police appeal after theft from Horncastle store

Horncastle Police are appealing for help to identify a man who they believe could provide information about a non-payment incident in a town supermarket.

Plan B will be entertaining crowds at Market Rasen Racecourse this summer. EMN-180119-164716001

No Ill Manors as Racecourse is to host Plan B

The Jockey Club Live and Market Rasen Racecourse are proud to announce Plan B as the first artist for the 2018 summer season, headlining on Friday, June 1.

A winning team for Hunters - John, Michael and Sue Noonan. Photo: supplied

Horncastle home to new Hunters branch

One of the country’s leading estate agents has opened a new branch in Horncastle, adding to their fast expanding network.

Some of the volunteers who helped out at the highly successful Community Christmas Day Lunch. Photo: supplied.

Organisers of Christmas Day lunch give thanks

Organisers of Horncastle’s Christmas Day Community Lunch have confirmed that it was such a success that they are ready to do it all again!

Students pictured on their visit to Nottingham University. EMN-180115-143924001

Students inspired by university visit

A group of students from Banovallum School, in Horncastle, enjoyed an inspiring day visiting Nottingham University.

Thimbleby Choir has new hymn books thanks to fundraising efforts at the Durham Ox EMN-180115-082813001

Thimbleby pub helps choir reach high notes

The choir of St Margaret’s Church, Thimbleby were delighted to receive a new set of hymn books with music recently.

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Public invited to Stanhope Hall AGM

The Stanhope Hall annual meeting will be held on Thursday, January 25, at 7pm.

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