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Anglian Water: ‘Keep cool and carry on - using water wisely’

With a bank holiday scorcher in store, Anglian Water has come up with some top tips for using water wisely while still having fun in the sun this weekend - while adding that a hosepipe ban is ‘not on the cards’ for our area this summer.

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The East Coast's first Aqua Park is set to open this Friday (May 26).

East Coast’a first Aqua Park is set to open this week

The East Coast’s first multi-purpose aqua park is set to open for the first time this Friday (May 26).

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St Barnabas skydive

Take to the sky for St Barnabas birthday

St Barnabas Hospice is looking for 35 people to take the ultimate leap to help them celebrate their 35th birthday.

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Louth carer was ‘almost three times over drink-drive limit’

A mobile carer, who drove whilst almost three times over the drink driving limit, will no longer be able to care for her patients, a court has been told.

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Kira Roberts.

Alford Army Cadet makes musical mark in Belgium

An Alford Army Cadet has said her recent trip to Belgium where she was selected to be part of a special VE Day event was one of the best adventures of her life.

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Lincolnshire Chief Constable Bill Skelly.

Lincolnshire Chief Constable: ‘More officers on streets’ following rise of threat level

Chief Constable Bill Skelly has released a statement to the people of Lincolnshire, after the UK threat level was raised from ‘severe’ to ‘critical’ following the Manchester terror attack.

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Mablethorpes North Promenade is beginning to be overrun by small garden gnomes - an added attraction to visit over the summer season.

Visit Mablethorpe for a gnome sweet gnome

Mablethorpe’s North Promenade is being taken over by hundreds of garden gnomes after a business owner decided to provide a vacation hot-spot for them.

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A chunk of Westgate Fields is set to be dug up for six-weeks from the end of June.

Anglian Water defends decision to dig up Louth beauty spot

Anglian Water has defended its decision to dig up Westgate Fields at the end of next month to carry out major improvements to the Louth’s main water network.

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A coffee morning is taking place at Bill Baker Court in Sutton on Sea.

Coffee morning in Sutton on Sea

Reverend Bill Baker Court in Sutton on Sea is holding a coffee morning with cakes, bric-a-brac stalls, raffle and lots more on Thursday (May 25).

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Louth councillor: Meeting ‘should have been postponed’ after Manchester terror attack

A Louth town councillor has said she was ‘surprised’ that a council meeting yesterday evening (Tuesday) was not postponed, following the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena late on Monday evening.

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The car park in Eastgate, Louth.

Louth motorists receive £100 fines - despite paying for parking tickets

Disgusted motorists have spoken out after claiming they have mistakenly received parking fines at a Louth car park - despite having bought valid tickets.

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Razorlight are coming to Lincolnshire Showground this weekend.

Bumper weekend of music coming to Lincolnshire Showground

An exciting line-up of musical talent is set to hit the Lincolnshire Showground over the May Bank Holiday weekend which is not to be missed.

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If the Coastal Free School bid had become successful, their plan was to house the new school at the former Mablethorpe site of Monks Dyke Tennyson College.

Mablethorpe’s Coastal Free School in doubt?

An ambitious project to bring a Coastal Free School to Mablethorpe looks to be in doubt after claims by leading campaigners that the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) has withdrawn its support.

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Increase in armed police and military support at key locations and events as terror threat level raised to ‘critical’

Increase in armed police and military support at key locations and events as terror threat level raised to ‘critical’

With the UK terror threat level being raised to ‘critical’, police are continuing to urge residents to be vigilant.

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One of the damaged beach chalets that was recently refurbished in Mablethorpe. Repair work has now been undertaken and the chalet is now ready to hire out. Photo credit: Mablethorpe Photo Album.

Mablethorpe and Sutton mayor hits out at yobs vandalising newly refurbished beach huts

Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea’s mayor has slammed ‘mindless vandals’ who caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage to two beach chalets - just weeks after they had been refurbished.

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Karen Needham at the end of the race with her medal and the family and friends who travelled to London to support her on the day.

Louth woman’s marathon efforts helps her raise £4,400

Running her first ever London Marathon last month, a Louth woman has raised a staggering £4,400 for the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

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East Lindsey retains its blue flag beaches

Three beaches managed by East Lindsey District Council have once again achieved the prestigious Blue Flag status.

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Gear up for the annual Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund bikeathon.

Gear up for annual Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund Bikeathon

The annual Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund Bikeathon is set to take place on Sunday, July 23.

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Dirty Dancing Tour is stopping off at Grimsby.

Have the time of your life at Dirty Dancing show on stage

Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story on Stage has arrived at Grimsby Auditorium until this Saturday (May 27).

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Armed police at Manchester Arena after reports of an explosion at the venue during an Ariana Grande gig. pa-news-20170523-003703-police_e

Skegness cabbie hailed a hero after terror attack in Manchester

A taxi driver from Skegness is being hailed a hero after spending two harrowing hours searching for local lads caught up in the terror attack in Manchester which claimed the lives of 22 people.

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