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Young contestants wanted for TV show

Does your child have what it takes to be crowned Child Genius?

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Royal story opens new cinema season in Horncastle

The first screening of 2018 for Horncastle Community Cinema will be the 2017 film ‘Victoria and Abdul’.

The presentation to Maurice Bellwood.

Rogers Shield presented to community stalwart

Chairman of Bardney Group Parish Council Coun Rob Webb presents the Rogers Family Shield to Mr Maurice Bellwood in recognition of his role as councillor for nearly 35 years.

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Half of British bikers disregard safety when choosing their protective gear

Just under half of bikers in the UK do not consider safety performance when buying new leathers, according to a new survey as part of a biking safety campaign.

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Inspiring visit to BBMF for Banovallum high fliers

Students from Banovallum School in Horncastle enjoyed an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby.


Public invited to Lincolnshire East CCG governing body meeting

Patients and the public are invited to the next meeting of NHS Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group’s Governing Body, which will take place in public in Louth next week.

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Adding a splash of colour to fund raising for Lincolnshire charity

Following on from last year’s fund raising successes, a Lincolnshire charity has announced a new twist to add some extra colour to one event.


Mareham le Fen gets new defibrillator

Trustees of Mareham le Fen’s new village hall have said a big thank you after an unnamed resident donated a Community Public Access (CPAD) defibrillator.

Railway Athletic (blue) v Ruskington Rovers (red). Tom Ruck (blue), Ryan Norris and Matt Leonard (red).


Fixtures for January 20:

Lincs League.

Lincs League rep squad set to face Staffordshire

The Lincolnshire League representative squad will face Staffordshire today.

Record breaking amount raised for St Barnabas Hospice.

Wragby couple say thanks to everyone who helped break record

Wragby couple Derek and Jean Turner have said a massive thank-you after a display of Christmas lights raised £1,429 for St Barnabas Hospice.

Improvement works in Bridge Street earlier this afternoon.

Improvement works in Bridge Street

Motorists faced slight delays for much of today (Friday) in Horncastle as Anglian Water carried out improvements in Bridge Street.

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Colourful open day at Goltho Gardens

Find out more about how the colour you wear can change your life as the House of Colour at Goltho Gardens near Wragby holds an open day this Saturday, January 20.

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Lincolnshire Police launch new staff fitness and wellbeing programme

Lincolnshire Police are embarking on a new project to help its staff keep fit and healthy.

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Lincolnshire Coastal Highway: Progress following ‘engagement meetings’

A series of meetings have been held this week to discuss plans for the proposed ‘Lincolnshire Coastal Highway’, which could open up new tourism opportunities and better access between the Lincoln area and the East Lincolnshire coast.

The Rasen Round is an easy walk for all the family to enjoy

Free guide a welcome addition to Rasen walking routes

A new walking leaflet has been published to get families and casual walkers out and about.


East Lindsey crime: Burglaries fall while sexual offences rise

Crime in East Lindsey increased by just 1.13 per cent last year, figures released today (Friday) show.

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Video of moment Lincolnshire Police seize two hare coursing dogs at Digby Fen which have now been rehomed

Two hare coursing dogs will be rehomed for the first time following a successful police prosecution.

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