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Will pub just outside Grantham Lord it over the others?

The Green Man at Ropsley has been declated a winner in the Countryside Alliance Awards.

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Pupils from West Walton Primary School at the launch of Anglian Water's H2O ' Let's Go campaign

West Walton school pupils launch Anglian Water consultation

Youngsters at a village school have helped to launch a public consultation on a new draft business plan for Anglian Water.

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PLANNING POSER: Tydd St Mary Parish Council chairman Coun John Ley has questioned the use of South Holland District Council's planning committee Chairman's Panel in considering applications.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG140517-150TW.

Panel poser on house plan in Tydd St Mary

A parish council chairman has questioned elements of the planning process in the wake of a second bid to build a house in Tydd St Mary.

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Priden Engineering in Wisbech has been bought out by Elaghmore Partners in a multi-million pound deal.

Buy out will help firm grow

Multi-million pound buy out will help Priden Engineering achieve ambition of being a leading national firm

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Glen and Sarah Mac Robert Smith

Go ‘wow’ at Croxton Kerrial business

Glen and Sarah Mac Robert Smith are carving out a new future in the scenic village of Croxton Kerrial.

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Leiser Lister and her team

Doggy daycare to be Grantham mum’s legacy

A 45-year-old mum with a serious lung disease has launched a business so she has a legacy for her children.

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James Palmer

A47 upgrade ‘will help whole region’, says mayor

Upgrading the A47 will provide a major economic boost for the whole of East Anglia, one of the region’s most senior political leaders has claimed.

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Grantham students enjoy Swedish work adventure

Students at Grantham College have recently enjoyed working in Sweden as part of their studies

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A new campaign to fully dual the A47 is being launched in King's Lynn today

New A47 dual carriageway campaign launched in King’s Lynn

A new campaign to dual the A47 through Norfolk and Cambridgeshire has been launched in King’s Lynn today.

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Stagecoach East managing director Andy Campbell.  Photo by Richard Marsham (RMG Photography).

Stagecoach unveils new bus operation for South Holland

The future of two South Holland bus services under review for more than a month has now been resolved.

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The official opening of Tydd St Mary's Glebe Community Pavilion in June 2017 when guests included parish council chairman Coun John Ley (front right) who has announced plans to expand it by creating extra changing rooms and showers for men and women.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG260617-213TW.

Tydd St Mary waiting on diocese for go-ahead to Glebe plan

Improved changing facilities and all-weather sports pitch could be coming to Tydd St Mary, subject to the church’s blessing.

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BUS SERVICE: A deal appears to have been struck securing the future of the 505 Spalding to King's Lynn bus service.  Photo supplied.

Future of major Fenland bus service still uncertain as deal revealed to save other routes

The future of a vital bus service between Wisbech and March has still to be finalised, despite the announcement of a deal securing other routes to and from Fenland.

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BUS SERVICE: A deal appears to have been struck securing the future of the 505 Spalding to King's Lynn bus service.  Photo supplied.

Reprieve likely for bus routes across South Holland district

Bus users in South Holland can breathe a huge sigh of relief after strong indications this week that four cross-county services are set to continue.

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A cheque presentation after the annual cricket match at Long Sutton Cricket Club in 2015.  A potential lifeline for the club in the form of new housing is to be opposed by parish councillors.''Photo by Michael Fysh.  SG080815-011MF.

LONG SUTTON PARISH COUNCIL: Housebuilder’s lifeline for town sports club raises concerns

A potential lifeline for Long Sutton Cricket and Hockey Club in the form of new housing is to be opposed by parish councillors.

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Minister vows to keep up pace of broadband upgrades

Minister vows to keep up pace of broadband upgrades

The minister responsible for broadband has told a meeting of Norfolk councillors work will carry on until everyone can be properly connected.

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Manager of The Old Bank Kerrieanne Eveleigh with some of her staff.

Grantham pub The Old Bank re-opens after £225,000 refurbishment

The Goose on the corner of Guildhall Street and High Street has been transformed into the Old Bank after a £225,000 refurbishment.

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The Red Lion at Bottesford is being marketed for sale for offers of around �395,000

Campaign steps up to save Bottesford pub

Campaigners to save the Red Lion public house in bottesford are calling on nearby residents to show their support to save the historic pub.

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John Hayes MP has written to Stagecoach about its review of bus services in Norfolk, including the 505 Spalding to King's Lynn route.  Photo supplied.

MP Hayes takes up case for bus routes under review

Ex-transport minister John Hayes has taken up the case of passengers unclear about the future of four bus services in South Holland.

Transport
BUS THREAT: Father Jonathan Sibley, priest-in-charge of St Mary's Church, Long Sutton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG140216-109TW.

Movement starts to protect under-threat bus routes serving South Holland

A Long Sutton church leader and a host of parish councils are preparing for a fight to protect under-threat bus services in South Holland.

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Conservative Party members of South Holland District Council want to hold talks with Stagecoach about its review of services operation out of its King's Lynn depot which could close.  Photo supplied.

Political pressure applied from South Holland on bus operator’s review

Political leaders in South Holland are uniting in an effort to protect cross-county bus services now under review.

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