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Lincolnshire Children Attempt Samba World Record

Children from Lincolnshire will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Samba Band, on Tuesday June 26, at Lincoln City Football Club, beginning a Samba revolution for all children and young people in Lincolnshire.

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Tollbar CEO: ‘East Lindsey should congratulate us for investing in Louth schools’

Tollbar CEO: ‘East Lindsey should congratulate us for investing in Louth schools’

David Hampson, the chief executive of Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust, has said that Councillor Adam Grist and East Lindsey District Council should be congratulating - rather than criticising - the Trust what they have achieved in the East Lindsey area.

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Withern school wins environmental award

Withern school wins environmental award

A Withern primary school has been presented with this year’s Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award.

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School admin competition.

Nominate your school’s admin staff for chance to win £1,500 for your school

Lincolnshire residents have been invited to get their school office and admin staff recognised for the first time with their very own awards - and you could win £1,500 for your school.

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Louth Academy (Lower Campus).

Memorial tree and plaques at former Cordeaux site in Louth are ‘safe’

The Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust has today (Thursday) confirmed that a memorial tree and plaques from the former Cordeaux School site are ‘safe’.

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Sid, Orla and the team.

Sid and Orla elected as top team at QEGS Alford

Sid Morris and Orla Parr have been elected as Head Boy and Head Girl by the students and staff at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford.

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Kidgate Primary Academy pupils tidied up the Gatherums area, near Church Street.

Youngsters do their bit to keep Louth tidy

Groups of pupils from two Louth primary schools took part in the national ‘Great Plastic Pick Up’ this afternoon (Friday).

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Council calls for ‘urgent rethink’ on closure of Sixth Form provision at Louth Academy

East Lindsey District Council has called for an urgent rethink on the announcement by the Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) that there will be no Sixth Form provision at Louth Academy for the 2018-19 academic year.

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Louth’s Scout Hut plans move closer to becoming reality

Louth’s Scout Hut plans move closer to becoming reality

Exciting plans for a new Scout Hut at the Charles Street Recreation Ground in Louth have taken a big step forward, following the submission of the planning application and support from town councillors and residents.

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Lincolnshire Wolds Federation.

Louth and Horncastle schools sign pledge on mental health

The Lincolnshire Wolds Community Trust, incorporating Lincolnshire Wolds Federation (LWF)- which runs St Bernard’s School, Louth, and St Lawrence School, Horncastle - has signed the pledge to change how we all think and act about mental health.

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King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth.

KEVIGS head ‘fed up’ after torrent of abuse towards his staff and pupils

The head of King Edward VI Grammar School (KEVIGS) says he is ‘fed up’ following a torrent of abuse and intimidation against his staff and students - including a large stone being thrown at a senior teacher.

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Louth Division Guiding celebrated 'Thinking Day 2018'.

Louth girls celebrate ‘Thinking Day’

Louth Division Guiding recently celebrated their annual ‘Thinking Day’ at Louth Hospital Club, providing an opportunity to think about Guides and Girl Scouts all over the world.

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Check new school bus services after Skegness Travel announcement

Alternative arrangements have been made for school bus runs after Skegness Travel announced to Linconshire County Council it would not be running any services from Monday.

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Residents working on the Hope project in the garden at Witham Lodge in Skegness. ANL-181204-155547001

Lifeline puts Hope into the homeless in Skegness

‘I’m proud of where I am now with my own business and home, but I can’t tell my story yet because if people knew I’d been here, I could lose it all.”

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Majority of Lincolnshire children get first choice of primary school

The vast majority of children in Lincolnshire - 95 per cent - have been given a place at their primary school of choice through the admissions system this year.

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Harriet and Lucy.

Louth Sixth Formers need your support for Costa Rica project

Two KEVIGS Sixth Formers are raising funds to travel to Costa Rica and make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children.

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GALLERY: Kidgate pupils celebrate Sport Relief 2018

Kidgate Primary Academy marked Sport Relief 2018 in style on Friday (March 23), with all pupils spending a whole day away from the classroom to take part in dozens of fun, healthy and exciting sports instead.

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Tony Goodwin, charman of Lincolnshire Royal British Legion, with local chairman Pat Nicholsas presenting the certificate of affiliation to Lucy Robinson, 9, Daniel Wilkinson, 9, and headteacher Gareth Smith. ANL-180316-171605001

School in Wainfleet becomes first in county to become affiliated with RBL

A school in Wainfleet has made history by becoming the first in the county to become affiliated to the Royal British Legion.

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Are you as smart as an 11 year old? Prove it

Just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz, here’s six questions to test your brain power.

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School crossing patrol officer John Franklin EMN-180319-090501001

Plea to drivers over school crossing fears

Children and school crossing patrols across the county are being put at risk by drivers ignoring ‘stop’ signs.

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