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Sleaford Market Place the main concern for locals ahead of 2024 General Election

With the general election just over two weeks away, people in Lincolnshire will soon to the polls and make their voices heard. As part of our 5,000 voices project, we’re visiting constituencies across the East Midlands to find out about the issues people care about. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be speaking to people

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Revised plans for empty Surfleet pub to be converted into two houses

Revised plans to transform an empty village pub into residential homes have been submitted to South Holland District Council. After closing at the start of coronavirus pandemic, initial plans to convert The Mermaid Inn in Surfleet into five apartments were approved by the council’s planning committee. However, there was no interest in the development, prompting

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Lincoln mum fears impact of new trampoline park on her family-run soft play business

A Lincoln mum who owns a family-run soft play centre in the city is worried about the impact a new trampoline park may have on her business. Stephanie Bellamy, 29, is a mum-of-two who has lived in Lincoln her whole life. In January this year, she opened Krazy Kids Lincoln soft play with support from

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Live updates as Lincolnshire Police seal off High Street after ‘suspicious item’ is found

Lincolnshire Police have sealed off part of a high street after a ‘suspicious item’ believed to be a mortar round has been found. The public have been told to avoid the area in Caythorpe. Lincolnshire Police said: “A 100-metre cordon is being set-up from the High Street in Caythorpe after a suspicious item, believed to

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Police issue update after ‘shotgun fired at front door’ in village near Spilsby

Police have made two further arrests in connection with a shooting in a Lincolnshire village. Officers were initially called to an address on Thorpe Bank in Little Steeping, near Spilsby, during the early hours of Saturday, May 25. A man in his 30s was injured when a shotgun was fired and the pellets became embedded

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19-year-old among Lincolnshire Echo death notices and funeral announcements this week

Announcing the passing of a loved one in local news media is a long standing tradition and we are proud of the trust placed in us to make these important announcements. Every notice published to our newspaper and news site also appears on funeral-notices.co.uk – the UK’s number one site for death notices and memoriams.

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Tell us the key issues in Lincolnshire for you ahead of the General Election 2024

As the UK General Election approaches on July 4, LincolnshireLive is keen to understand the perspectives and priorities of our readers across the county. The upcoming election is set against a backdrop of significant political, economic, and social challenges. From healthcare and education to climate change and local infrastructure, the decisions made at the ballot

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