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A Louth man has been committed to Lincoln Crown Court on six drugs charges.
Louth Area Autism Family Support has arranged for an autism expert to speak at Louth Town Hall on May 29, at 6pm.
‘And there’s more...’ Comedian Jimmy Cricket brings his Laughter Show to Louth Town Hall on Friday July 5. Doors open at 7pm.
James Street Veterinary Centre is holding a sponsored dog walk in aid of Hounds for Heroes.
A Dementia Awareness Day will be taking place at Mablethorpe Learning Centre in Seacroft Road on Tuesday, May 21 from 10am-3pm.
Grimsby Town Football In The Community has a holiday courses on May 28, 29 and 30 at London Road Pavilion, Louth, from 10am to 3pm each day.
Louth CC’s 1st XI reached 78-1 against Spalding on Saturday before the game had to be abandoned because of heavy rain, dropping them from 1st to 3rd in the Lincolnshire Premier League.
Louth Town Academy won a dramatic East Lincolnshire Combination Cup Final after a great comeback and penalty shootout on Tuesday night.
‘The first time I met him he swore at me!’ - Biographer recalls hair-dryer treatment from Sir Alex Ferguson
A former Fleet Street journalist who now lives near Louth has fondly recalled the first time he met the great Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, promptly being met with the infamous ‘hair-dryer treatment’.
The Year 8 football team from Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College were crowned County Cup Champions recently after dramatic penatly shootout win over Boston Grammar School.
Samsung Honda’s Alex Lowes said he was ‘overjoyed’ to give the Louth team their first victory of the 2013 British Superbike season at Oulton Park on Monday.
Were you amongst those people included in this week’s Louth Big Night Out photo spread that was published in the Louth Leader?
Listen to Sounds of the Wild at the Festival of the Bees Art exhibition running from this Saturday to Thursday May 23 at Mckinnell’s Studio off Vickers Lane in Louth.
Enjoy some wooly activities at Poplar Farm, Crabtree Lane, Sutton on Sea on May 18 and 19 from 10am until 4pm.
The 2013 Woodhall Spa Country Show will appeal to anyone with a sweet tooth.
Louth Skills Centre (LSC) is holding a charity fashion show, Through the Decades, at Louth Town Hall on Cannon Street in Louth on Thursday May 16, at 7.30pm.
The parish church’s organist Lisa Taylor gives an organ recital at St James’s Church.
Support the Sue Ryder charity fashion show that is taking place on Thursday, May 16, being held at Louth Town Hall. To celebrate their 60th anniversary, they are basing their show around a ‘through the decades’ theme.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick says he has no intention of resigning and has a good relationship with Neil Rhodes
Lincolnshire’s under-fire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick has hit back at his critics and insisted he has no intention of resigning.7 comments
A Louth school will have a unique connection to the ‘new Titanic’ thanks to an Aby man who descended from the doomed original ship’s owners.
Take a look at some footage that was sent to us via Twitter of the fire that happened last night (Tuesday) at Manby Business Park.
Artwork belonging to two internationally acclaimed textile artists that was ‘worth thousands’ has been stolen from Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College in Louth over the weekend.2 comments
See what author William Hussey had to say to pupils when he made a visit to the Mablethorpe site of Monks Dyke Tennyson College.
An electrical fault in the engine compartment of a camper van was the cause to a camper van fire that happened last night (Wednesday, May 1).
- Works belonging to international textile artists stolen during workshop at Louth school
- UPDATE: Police investigating suspected arson attack on ex-RAF building in Manby
- ‘Deep concerns’ over 1,000-home plan for Louth are raised at public forum
- RSPCA investigating suspected dog poisonings in Louth
- Louth man’s threatening texts were ‘a desperate cry for help’
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Weather for Louth
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North east
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Wind Speed: 29 mph
Wind direction: North