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Nostalgia: Maths mad pupils in North Somercotes place third in quiz

A team of pupils from Birkbeck school in North Somercotes took part in the Lincolnshire Maths Quiz and at the time came out with a respectable third place.

Antony Ellis sadly died at the age of 55.

Christmas fair to be held in memory of dad

A Louth businesswoman will host a Christmas charity fair in memory of her father, who spent his final days in a Sue Ryder hospice during a short battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Scamblesby man, 20, faces charges over crash gates collision

A Scamblesby man will face three charges in court in the New Year, after allegedly causing a collision by driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident, and failing to report the collision to the police.


REVEALED: How to get money off Amazon purchases before the Boxing Day sales

Looking to bag a bargain before the Boxing Day sales start?

Court news

81-year-old Louth man denies two assault charges

Samuel Trevor Lewis, 81, of Keddington Crescent, Louth, has pleaded not guilty to two assaults and driving without due care and attention.


Nostalgia: Action packed game for Louth United

It was a fantastic night’s worth of footballing action in 1998 when Louth United played against Nottingham Forest.

Louth chef Steven Bennett.

Healing Manor welcomes Louth chef Steven Bennett

He’s best known for his culinary talents as The Lincolnshire Chef, but now Louth man Steven Bennett is the new face of Healing Manor.

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Help the Ark this Christmas

This month, Nikii Malone from Louth is once again collecting Christmas Shoeboxes to support the animals at the Ark Animal Rescue and Retirement Home in North Somercotes.

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Sleigh ride fun from Sixhills to Hainton

Don’t miss the annual sleigh race from Sixhills to the Heneage Arms at Hainton this Sunday, December 17.

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Alford Grammar pupils make Christmas hampers for the elderly

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, Alford, presented homemade Christmas hampers to members of Alford’s Day Centre.


Aby woman, 75, faces harassment claim

A 75-year-old woman is due to appear in court next month after being charged with harassing a man and woman in Aby.


Christmas soup lunch in Louth on Saturday

Eastgate Union Church will be holding their annual Christmas soup lunch on Saturday (December 16), and everyone is welcome.

Mablethorpe Christmas Market. L-R Violet Walton,(7), and Emily Walton,(10), of Louth with Father Christmas.

Chrismas events are a success in Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea

Christmas cheer and merriment was evident all over Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea last weekend as the two towns held successful festive events.

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Former police chief becomes chairman of Lincolnshire’s hospitals trust

United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has appointed a former police chief as its new interim chairman.

Primary School news

REVEALED: The Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet government standards

These are the Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet national targets for pupil progress.

Court news

Saltfleetby man, 72, denies unnecessary suffering to horses

A Saltfleetby man is due to face trial next month after being charged with 10 counts of causing unnecessary suffering to horses in his care.

Martin Briggs at the Cattle Market with his granddaughter, Sophia, in August this year - just three months before he sadly passed away.

Pedigree cow sold for good causes in Louth farmer’s memory

A cow belonging to a Louth farmer, who died last month from oesophageal cancer, has sold for more than £1,700 in support of two good causes.

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Record-number of people helped by Lincolnshire charity

First responder charity LIVES recorded its busiest month ever in November, with 1,972 people in Lincolnshire being helped by a volunteer responder during the four week period.

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Louth area vets warn owners to keep festive booze away from pets

Staff at Eastfield Veterinary Hospital, in North Thoresby, are warning pet owners to be extra vigilant during the countdown to Christmas to help avoid an emergency trip to the practice.

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Motorist avoids jail after admitting causing death of Hemingby man

A Lincolnshire motorist who admitted causing the death of a Hemingby scooter rider on a country road in Bucknall today (Thursday) avoided an immediate jail sentence at Lincoln Crown Court.

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