‘Lost in space’ Bakewell Pudding found in Donington on Bain

A Bakewell Pudding that went missing after being ‘lost in space’ above Lincolnshire has reportedly been found in Donington on Bain over the weekend.

Natalie with her parents, Chris and Fred Stead, at the sweet stall.

Can you save Louth’s popular Kandy Kane sweet stall?

The owner of a popular sweet stall in Louth’s New Market Hall is pleading for a new owner to take on the business ‘very soon’ - otherwise it will sadly have to close down.

Just some of the crowds at last year's family fun day, hosted by DM Inflatables & Party Services.

‘Even bigger and better!’ - Louth fun day will help to raise £15,000 for Demi

Following the success of DM Inflatable’s family fun day last year, another event is in the pipeline for next month - and it is hoped that £15,000 will be raised to help Demi Knight.

Police news

Police complete searches after Coningsby firearm concerns

Lincolnshire Police have revealed that they have completed their ‘inquiries and searches’ in Coningsby following reports this morning (Friday) that a man had been spotted with a firearm in Coningsby.


UPDATE: School reassures parents after reports of ‘man seen with gun’ in Coningsby area

Update (11.30am) - Lincolnshire Police have released a new statement stating ‘there have been no sightings’ of a man with a gun, after reports to the contrary earlier this morning. A police spokesman said: “There have been no sightings and the reports are third-party ones. Residents should continue with their daily activities as usual and please engage with officers if you have any concerns.”

‘Wheels in motion’ for Louth coach driver’s Kilimanjaro challenge

‘Wheels in motion’ for Louth coach driver’s Kilimanjaro challenge

A coach driver from Louth is preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for St Barnabas Hospice.

Four-year-old Suki is in desperate need of an operation.

Stop Suki’s suffering! Owners appeal for help with ‘astronomical’ vet fees

The owners of a young rescue dog, who is in urgent need of an operation, are appealing for the public’s help to cover the ‘astronomical’ vets fees.

Keira Wrenn and mum Emma Wrenn

Mum’s lasting tribute to ‘Princess Keira’

The mother of Keira Wrenn, an eight-year-old girl who sadly died after a battle with a rare brain cancer last year, has published a book in memory of her daughter - and to let other suffering families know that they are not alone.

Have you seen this stolen motorbike?

Vintage motorbike stolen in Saltfleetby

A vintage Triumph 350cc motorbike has been stolen from a trailer at a property in Saltfleetby, near Louth.

Claire Anderson has been found safe and well.

Update: Missing woman Claire Anderson has been found

Lincolnshire Police have confirmed today (Sunday) that Claire Anderson has now been found safe and well.

Rescue news

Update: Coastguard and police find missing children in Mablethorpe

Update (1.30pm) - A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “We were called at 6.26am this morning (July 6) to a three-year-old boy on his own at a caravan site in Quebec Road, Mablethorpe. The boy said that his sister, aged six, was on a nearby beach.

“Coastguard was called to assist in the search and the girl was found on the dunes. No one was injured.”

Crime news

‘Much loved family pets’ stolen in Authorpe burglary

Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Authorpe, between Louth and Alford.

The plans for five homes in Tetney were refused by ELDC's planning committee. EMN-180507-121710001

Breaking: Plans for five homes in Tetney are refused

An outline application to build five new homes in Hoop End, Tetney, has been refused by ELDC’s planning committee this morning (Thursday).

Planning committee

Breaking: Council rejects new homes on Covenham pub site

East Lindsey planning committee members have today (Thursday) rejected an application to build three homes on the site of the New Plough pub in Covenham.

An accumulation of litter and dead foliage on the pavement in Church Street.

‘Louth In Gloom?’ - Concerns over town’s grot spots

Residents, councillors, and the Civic Trust have shared their dismay over the state of Louth - amid concerns that the cleanliness and tidiness of the town is getting worse.

Missing: Tony Pelton.

UPDATE: Missing man Tony Pelton has been found

UPDATE (Wednesday): Lincolnshire Police have confirmed that Tony Pelton has now been found, and their thanks go to those who shared the appeal.

The aftermath of the collision in Louth. (Photo: Dan Turner).

Two-vehicle collision near St Bernard’s Avenue junction

A motorcyclist was taken to hospital after a collision in Louth late yesterday evening (Tuesday).

One of the stalls at the Louth Churches For Refugees event last month.

Churches unite in a bid to resettle a Syrian refugee family in Louth

Louth Churches for Refugees welcomed around 100 people to their community sponsorship launch last month, in a bid to welcome a vulnerable Syrian family to resettle and integrate in the Louth area.

Seventy years of the NHS.

Update: Celebrate 70 years of the NHS in Louth

A celebration in Louth on Thursday evening (July 5) will mark exactly 70 years since the creation of the National Health Service.

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