Take a sneak-peak inside this week’s Louth Leader

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INSIDE this week’s numper 88-page Louth Leader:

• Resident likens planned 149-home development for Louth as a ‘monster’, warning ‘once it has been let out of the cage it cannot go back’ - Read a full report from the public meeting held over the Fulmar Drive plans.

• Safety fears as a tractor sheds its load onto Legbourne Road for the second time this summer.

• Louth scoops a silver award in this year’s East Midlands In Bloom awards.

• Fulstow set to benefit from new £5,000 playpark after village pub picks up regional community hero win.

• Sad memories of 1940 air raid on Louth which left seven dead.

• Wedding bells that made it into the News of the World.

• Pictures from Cordeaux School’s annual prizegiving celebration.

• All your local sports reports and pictures, including match reports.

• And in the Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea edition: Woman admits attack on police, new secondary education site for pupils? Election called as councillor quits, and pictures from the weekend’s Bathing Beauties Festival!

• Plus reader offers this week: A half-price sandwich from Cooplands in Louth OR Mablethorpe, and a 2-4-1 cinema ticket at the Playhouse Cinema in Louth.

All this for just 60p, grab your copy now!