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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.

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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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Coun Roger Gambba-Jones, chairman of South Holland District Council's planning committee.  Photo supplied.

LONG SUTTON PARISH COUNCIL: Fears over council ‘sifting process’ ahead of vote on new homes plan

Concerns that objections to a planned 215-home development in Long Sutton are going through a “sifting process” at district council level have been raised.

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Long Sutton Parish Council is set to buy the former United Reformed Church in London Road.  Photo by Tim Wilson.''SG150118-142TW.

Long Sutton Parish Council to buy town church

Long Sutton Parish Council is set for a new home in the town when the proposed purchase of a church building previously used as a nursery goes through.

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Union boss condemns Norfolk County Council allowance hike

Union leaders have condemned Norfolk county councillors’ refusal to overturn plans to increase their allowances by more than 10 per cent.

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Long Sutton Parish Council news.

Long Sutton Parish Council calls meeting about homes plan

Long Sutton Parish Council is holding a public meeting tonight about plans to build 215 homes on land off the A17 in the town.

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March Cold Stores are looking to expand and say plans are essential to make the site sustainable for the future.

Expansion plans at March Cold Stores in Marwick Road could see creation of 15 new jobs

Plans to expand an existing cold store in March could see the creation of 15 new jobs according to a statement submitted with the application.

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PUB REOPENING: Owners Sean Portass and Dana Garkavaya oversee refurbishment work at The Granary in Long Sutton ahead of its official relaunch this weekend.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG261117-102TW.

Drinks are back on at new-look Granary in Long Sutton

The doors will open again on a new-look Long Sutton pub and a friendly landlady this weekend.

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Plans to change Friday market day in Long Sutton by closing two town centre streets are to be discussed at a public meeting on Tuesday night.

Town meeting to talk about Long Sutton market day changes

Plans to change Friday market day in Long Sutton by closing two town centre streets are to be discussed at a public meeting next week.

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Plans to change Friday market day in Long Sutton by closing two town centre streets are to be discussed at a public meeting on Tuesday night.

Conversion plan for historic town house

Plans to renovate a former 18th-century school in Long Sutton have moved a step forward after parish councillors decided not to raise any objections.

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2017 General Election results at the Hudson'2017 General Election results at the Hudson'Steve Barclay MP Conservative

Full steam ahead as minister signals major boost for Wisbech rail and Fenland’s future prosperity

MP Steve Barclay says Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has finally turned the key to unlocking essential transport schemes in Fenland and bringing economic growth to the area.

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Pictured at the conference are, from left, Cllr Ian Bates, chairman of Cambridgeshire County Council's economy and environment committee; Combined Authority Mayor James Palmer; Wendy Otter, Fenland District Council's Transport Development Manager; Chris Leech, Business Community Manager for CrossCountry; Hayley Bull, Stakeholder Liaison Manager for CrossCountry; Cllr Simon King, FDC's Portfolio Holder for Transport; and Alan Neville from Greater Anglia.

Fenland holds the key to the economic success of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says Mayor James Palmer

Fenland’s rural transport challenges and future infrastructure needs were brought into focus at the district’s first ever Transport Conference.

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David Whitwell of Long Sutton Antique Centre, photographed in May 2017 for our Support Our Shops series, which a customer has criticised for selling framed photographs of Adolf Hitler.  Photo: (TIM WILSON): SG130517-314TW.

Long Sutton antiques dealer defends sale of Hitler items

A Long Sutton antique dealer has been accused of showing “very poor taste” after stocking framed photographs of the notorious Nazi Germany leader Adolf Hitler.

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An artist's impression of how a proposed overtaking lane on the A17 between Gedney roundabout and Lutton Garnsgate will look.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire County Council.

Gedney to Long Sutton A17 overtaking lane briefing session with councillors

Critics of a £2.5million scheme for an overtaking lane on the A17 from Gedney to Long Sutton have been invited to a “briefing session” this month.

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Jan Von Drazcek of Korvin Developments outside The Bull Hotel in Long Sutton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG281014-304TW.

Derelict Long Sutton hotel on the market with call for ‘cooperation’

The owner of a derelict Long Sutton hotel have admitted defeat in their efforts to redevelop it after putting the building up for sale.

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Plans to change Friday market day in Long Sutton by closing two town centre streets are to be discussed at a public meeting on Tuesday night.

LONG SUTTON PARISH COUNCIL NEWS: Conversion plans put in for town care home

A former care home in Long Sutton could become a house after parish councillors raised no objections to the plans.

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general view of March railway station

Strike threat to Fenland services in safety row

Fenland rail passengers could face disruption amid plans for two 24 hour strikes next week.

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