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Council Appeal For Reopening of White Hart

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The new owner of an historic Spilsby pub is being urged to work with council leaders in the town to speed up its re-opening.

The White Hart was one of 275 pubs sold by Suffolk based brewer Greene King to Hawthorn Leisure in April.

Source: Skegness Standard

Council Warns Parents About Dangers Of Blind Cords

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Lincolnshire County Council is warning parents about the danger of blind cords, and offering free blind cleats to help prevent accidents.

Research by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) shows that there have been at least 27 deaths due to looped blind cords since 1999, with 14 of those happening between 2010 and February 2013.

Gunby Hall gets set for Christmas

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Gunby Hall and Gardens is getting set to open its doors for the festive season with three weekends of special Christmas weekend openings.

Visitors will experience the house decorated for Christmas, sing carols around the grand piano in the music room and enjoy seasonal treats in the tea-room. The gardens are also open and wreaths and Christmas gifts will be for sale in the basement.

Source: Skegness Standard

Quad Bike Stolen From East Keal

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Police are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a quad bike from East Keal.

Between 10pm on Wednesday 19th November and 7am the following morning, the offenders entered the grounds of a property on Main Road in the village and removed a black quad and a small Ieski tractor. They also stole a distinctive 3 metre long trailer that had wooden slats and black...

School helper Tove is
still volunteering at 90

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At a time in life when many may expect to need a helping hand, a 90-year-old pensioner is dedicated to assisting pupils at Spilsby Primary School.

Retired nurse Tove Vestbirk has worked as a volunteer at the school for more than 20 years becoming a familiar and much-loved figure to staff and children throughout that time.

Source: Skegness Standard

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