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New bike storage installed to help cyclists travelling into town

New bike storage installed to help cyclists travelling into town

New bike storage installed to help cyclists travelling into town

New secure storage has been installed to help cyclists travelling into town.


87-year-old has no option but to use cat litter as toilet due to sewage issues in village

87-year-old has no option but to use cat litter as toilet due to sewage issues in village

87-year-old has no option but to use cat litter as toilet due to sewage issues in village

Ongoing sewage problems in a village have resulted in an 87-year-old woman resorting to cat litter to use the toilet.

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Group revived as more volunteers sought to help open historic chapel

Group revived as more volunteers sought to help open historic chapel

Group revived as more volunteers sought to help open historic chapel

A community group which works to preserve historical monuments at a town park has been revived and is looking for new supporters.


Roads shut and flood gates closed as high tides rolled into town

Roads shut and flood gates closed as high tides rolled into town

Roads shut and flood gates closed as high tides rolled into town

Roads were closed off and flood gates were shut as high tides rolled into town on Monday evening.


Resident concerned ‘dangerous’ 60ft trees could crash into homes

Resident concerned ‘dangerous’ 60ft trees could crash into homes

Resident concerned ‘dangerous’ 60ft trees could crash into homes

A village resident is calling for a council to lift an order preventing a “dangerous” row of trees from being cut down.


Residents set to ‘demand answers’ over sewage spills at public meeting tonight

Residents set to ‘demand answers’ over sewage spills at public meeting tonight

Residents set to ‘demand answers’ over sewage spills at public meeting tonight

A council is set to host a public meeting tonight amid ongoing concerns about the amount of sewage flowing into a rare chalk stream.


Government temporarily delays incinerator decision

Government temporarily delays incinerator decision

Government temporarily delays incinerator decision

A Government decision has been made to pause decisions on permits for incineration sites - including in Wisbech.

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Drivers urged to move cars after flood warnings issued for this evening

Drivers urged to move cars after flood warnings issued for this evening

Drivers urged to move cars after flood warnings issued for this evening

Various flood gates will be closed this evening as authorities prepare for high tides and strong winds.


Plans to build two-bed home are rejected after developer falls foul of pollution laws

Plans to build two-bed home are rejected after developer falls foul of pollution laws

Plans to build two-bed home are rejected after developer falls foul of pollution laws

A developer wanting to build a two-bed home in a cul-de-sac has lost its battle to get permission after falling foul of pollution laws.


Angry allotment owner has bid to cull muntjacs turned down

Angry allotment owner has bid to cull muntjacs turned down

Angry allotment owner has bid to cull muntjacs turned down

An angry allotment owner has lost his bid to see deer culled after filing an official complaint with his town council.

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Now is the time of year to start direct sowing

Now is the time of year to start direct sowing

Now is the time of year to start direct sowing

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh explains the importance of distancing out your seeds when sowing…


No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

No hosepipe ban on the way this summer pledges water firm

A water firm has sought to reassure customers that a hosepipe ban won’t be necessary this summer following the wettest winter on record.


‘The gateway to our county ought to be great - but it is a mess’

‘The gateway to our county ought to be great - but it is a mess’

‘The gateway to our county ought to be great - but it is a mess’

Concerned residents say the entrance to a village is a “let down” and ruining what should be a picturesque gateway into Lincolnshire.


Video of lorry driving along track to support caravan plans was ‘misleading’, councillor says

Video of lorry driving along track to support caravan plans was ‘misleading’, councillor says

Video of lorry driving along track to support caravan plans was ‘misleading’, councillor says

A bid to use a piece of land to house eighteen caravans has been turned down amid fears it would “open the flood gates” to similar developments.


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