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Kat Wakefield joined the Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian as a trainee reporter in March 2020.

Armed police attend town incident as arrests are made

26 July 2021
Armed police attend town incident as arrests are made

Armed police attend town incident as arrests are made

26 July 2021

Armed police attended an incident today (Monday) which saw a man arrested on suspicion of assault and false imprisonment.


Raise a glass to pub’s incoming family team

21 July 2021
Raise a glass to pub’s incoming family team

Raise a glass to pub’s incoming family team

21 July 2021

New publicans take on the lease of a popular pub.


Principal's delight as Wisbech school previously labelled 'inadequate' is 'moving in the right direction'

14 July 2021
Principal's delight as Wisbech school previously labelled 'inadequate' is 'moving in the right direction'

Principal's delight as Wisbech school previously labelled 'inadequate' is 'moving in the right direction'

14 July 2021

Staff at a Wisbech school previously labelled 'inadequate' are delighted after inspectors said it is on its on track out of 'special measures'.


Theatre company's positivity filled production

12 July 2021
Theatre company's positivity filled production

Theatre company's positivity filled production

12 July 2021

A theatre company has brought smiles to everyone through its Summer Showcase.


Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

12 July 2021
Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

12 July 2021

Nursery children were encouraged to throw themselves into lots of mess to celebrate International Mud Day.


School's 'Pink Ladies' are raring to go for charity run

09 July 2021
School's 'Pink Ladies' are raring to go for charity run

School's 'Pink Ladies' are raring to go for charity run

09 July 2021

A hockey team is gearing up to take part in an event it has missed so much during the pandemic.


Business gives an 'a-maze-ing' tribute to Captain Tom

09 July 2021
Business gives an 'a-maze-ing' tribute to Captain Tom

Business gives an 'a-maze-ing' tribute to Captain Tom

09 July 2021

The world largest image of Captain Sir Tom Moore carved into a giant field of maize has been revealed to the fundraiser's family.


Reward on offer after missing wallet and cash safely returned

09 July 2021
Reward on offer after missing wallet and cash safely returned

Reward on offer after missing wallet and cash safely returned

09 July 2021

A man wants to reward 'very honest' strangers after his lost wallet was returned to him with cash still inside.


Fitness boutique launches brand new classes

09 July 2021
Fitness boutique launches brand new classes

Fitness boutique launches brand new classes

09 July 2021

A popular fitness class provider has launched its latest programme of community sessions.


Arrest made after drugs search during incident

09 July 2021
Arrest made after drugs search during incident

Arrest made after drugs search during incident

09 July 2021

A man was arrested following an incident last night (Thursday).


Mo's new supermarket role to support the community

08 July 2021
Mo's new supermarket role to support the community

Mo's new supermarket role to support the community

08 July 2021

Mo has been appointed to strengthen a store's winning team while working to offer grants to good causes.


Sinkhole appears in town road

08 July 2021
Sinkhole appears in town road

Sinkhole appears in town road

08 July 2021

Police officers were made aware of the hole earlier today (Thursday).


Cemetery to celebrate completed works with open day

08 July 2021
Cemetery to celebrate completed works with open day

Cemetery to celebrate completed works with open day

08 July 2021

Visitors will be welcomed to a celebratory open day to get a glimpse of recently completed works.


Business owner's ‘support it or lose it’ message

08 July 2021
Business owner's ‘support it or lose it’ message

Business owner's ‘support it or lose it’ message

08 July 2021

A business man is warning people to use local shops or lose them after being forced to close the doors to one of his stores.


You can have your say on health inequalities

08 July 2021
You can have your say on health inequalities

You can have your say on health inequalities

08 July 2021

People are being asked for their help to make health and care services across the area more equal.


School's battle against the clock to find mysterious piece of history

08 July 2021
School's battle against the clock to find mysterious piece of history

School's battle against the clock to find mysterious piece of history

08 July 2021

A secondary school is in a race against time to unearth a mysterious piece of history planted more than two decades ago.


Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

07 July 2021
Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

07 July 2021

A funeral directors has gone green with a new fleet of vehicles which is thought to be the first in the area.


Salvation Army's fond farewell as leaders retire for a third time

07 July 2021
Salvation Army's fond farewell as leaders retire for a third time

Salvation Army's fond farewell as leaders retire for a third time

07 July 2021

A special service was held to say goodbye to the couple.


Supermarket's hamper to thank care staff for hard work

07 July 2021
Supermarket's hamper to thank care staff for hard work

Supermarket's hamper to thank care staff for hard work

07 July 2021

Care staff received a 'pamper hamper' full of self care items in celebration of Glad to Care Awareness Week.


Museum is shortlisted for prestigious award

07 July 2021
Museum is shortlisted for prestigious award

Museum is shortlisted for prestigious award

07 July 2021

The museum is up for a special award recognising its family friendly environment.


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