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A16 diversion causing chaos in Old Bolingbroke

» Transport
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Large vehicle drivers are ignoring official diversion routes and causing traffic chaos in Old Bolingbroke - a village not normally associated with traffic jams.

The A16, which is shut for the next few days, has official diversions posted via Horncastle but some lorry drivers are choosing to ignore them and instead travel down the single track roads between Mavis Enderby and the A155 - through the...

Compensation payouts for pothole damage in Lincolnshire on the up

» Lincolnshire County Council
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Pothole compensation payouts to motorists have risen almost 20 per cent in a year, new figures have shown.

Data requested by the Boston Target shows that almost 1,500 payouts have been made since January 2012 by Lincolnshire County Council – with numbers up from 2012's £133,015 to £157,266 in 2013.

Source: Boston Target

Resurfacing planned in East and West Keal

» Lincolnshire County Council
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Resurfacing is planned on the A16 at East Keal and junction with A155 at West Keal.The A155 at West Keal will be closed for two nights for resurfacing work starting tomorrow, Friday 24 October.The work will be carried out from 7pm to 7am, ending on Sunday, 26 October. The A155 will be closed and traffic will be diverted via A153, A158 and A16.

Spilsby Man Charged With Robbery

» Crime & Community Safety
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A man has been charged in connection with a robbery in Spilsby.

Dean Andrew Millington (35), of High Street, Spilsby, has been charged with a robbery that occurred at an address in Post Office Lane in the town on 17th October.

Deliberate Damage Caused To Bench

» Crime & Community Safety
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Deliberate damage has been caused to a bench on Boston Road in Spilsby.

On Monday 20 October 2014 a wooden bench close to the Boston Road car park - opposite the Nisa Shop - was deliberately damaged.   All the joints had been pulled apart and the legs had also been removed out of their concrete housing.   The legs were attached to metal 'T' pieces, which were secured into concr...

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