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Riders roar into Skegness in spite of Bike Night cancellation

It was the event that should never have happened - but hundreds of bikers took matters by the handlebars and roared into Skegness anyway.

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Louth Victorian Market (2015).

Louth’s Victorian Market has been cancelled

The organisers of the annual Louth Victorian Market have said they are ‘extremely disappointed’ after being forced to cancel the event this year, due to a lack of stall-holders coming forward to participate.

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Louth Academy Sports Day at King George Stadium, Grimsby.'Picture: Sean Spencer.

Louth Academy hosts its first ever Sports Day

Louth Academy held its first ever Sports Day recently and it ended up being a highly competitive event.

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Lincolnshire crime rates have risen at lower level than national trend

Crime rates in Lincolnshire have risen at a lower level than the national trend, according to the latest independently-produced figures.

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Theddlethorpe Academy.'Visit to Donna Nook where pupils looked around the RAF bombing range control tower, met with Coastguards and went onto the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust area.' 'Pictured are Coastguards (l-r) Toby Merrikin, Chris Ashmore and Mick Horner with (l-r) Lewis Fyfe, Seraph Winters, Lottie Allam and Olly Tedford. All year 3.'Picture: Sean Spencer.

Theddlethorpe pupils meet the Coastguard and visit RAF bombing range control tower

A trip to Donna Nook enabled Year 3 pupils at Theddlethorpe Academy to meet the Coastguard as well as visit the RAF Bombing Range Control Tower.

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West Street diversion route. Picture: Lincolnshire County Council. EMN-180718-152502001

Series of road improvements in Horncastle to start next month

The package of works, which includes carriageway resurfacing, junction and traffic signal improvements and construction of a new shared footway/cycleway, will start on Monday, August 20.

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The Drewery family: Gary, Sam, Maureen, Iain and Kirsty, alongside Maureen's late father Alf have all worked in the NHS for a combined time of 70 years.

Family from Louth work for NHS since its formation

As the National Health Service marks its 70th anniversary this month - A Louth family spanning four generations has worked for the NHS since its formation.

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Here’s what PTSD is and its impact on British veterans explained

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common mental health issue that Combat Stress treats.

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Why PTSD and suicide must not be allowed to define our brave Armed Forces

PTSD and suicide must not be allowed to define our brave Armed Forces.
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Can you identify this women?

CCTV of woman released after credit card stolen in Trusthorpe

CCTV has been released of a woman police want to trace in connection with a stolen credit card.

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Hungry Shark World on console supports 4k display

Console Corner: Hungry Shark signals change of tide in video gaming world

An announcement from Ubisoft this week has signalled a real change of tide in the world of video games.

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Sutton on Sea Bike Night is one of the events still going ahead this month, which is organised by Coastal Events CIC. Photo Credit: Mablethorpe Photo Album.

Expanded Lincolnshire Bike Week plans ko’d in Mablethorpe and Sutton over health and safety concerns

Ambitious plans to add a series of new events to a larger scale Lincolnshire Bike Week have been scuppered after the district council and a safety advisory group ended their support amid health and safety concerns.

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Louth junior archer impresses at national championships debut

Louth And District Archery Club junior Louise Smith made a solid debut at the National Junior Championships at Lilleshall.

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Town Council becomes ‘second in the country’ to be granted new planning powers

Horncastle Town Council has been granted the power to make some planning decisions in the town, after it was agreed by East Lindsey District Council at their Full Council meeting yesterday evening (Wednesday).

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Councillor Tom Ashton with the Local Plan.

Local Plan adopted by East Lindsey District Council

East Lindsey District Council’s Local Plan has now been formally adopted by the Council.

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Bikers are still planning to come to Skegness tonight  in spite of the official event being canelled at the last minute. ANL-180719-094834001

‘We’re coming anyway’: Fury over Bike Night cancellation in Skegness

Hundreds of bikers are expected to roar into Skegness tonight - in spite of the official annual event hosted by the RNLI being cancelled just two days ago.

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Lincolnshire League.

Lincs League cup draws made

Draws for the Lincolnshire League’s Challenge Cup and Supplementary Cup have been made.

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80 per cent of parents’ mental health suffered after their time on a neonatal unit

Research has revealed that 80 per cent of parents whose babies were admitted into neonatal care think that their mental health suffered after their experience.

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Be Clear on Cancer - new campaign launched by Public Health England in the East Midlands. EMN-180718-104159001

Blood in your wee: Lives in East Midlands at risk by not looking for signs of cancer

Blood in wee is a crucial symptom of bladder and kidney cancer, yet only 14% of those most at risk in East Midlands – aged 50 or over – check the colour of their wee every time they go to the toilet.

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Concern growing for man and woman missing from Louth

Concern growing for man and woman missing from Louth

Concern is growing for two people missing from Louth.
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