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‘Progress’ made in first year of economic regeneration company InvestSK

‘Progress’ made in first year of economic regeneration company InvestSK

‘Progress’ made in first year of economic regeneration company InvestSK

A council-owned economic development company has reported on its first year.


Hardware store opening is ‘fantastic’

Hardware store opening is ‘fantastic’

Hardware store opening is ‘fantastic’

Toolstation has opened in Bourne and the ribbon was cut by Coun Brenda Johnson, the town’s mayor.


Sophie aims high with a boot-iful store on the Grimsthorpe Shooting Estate

Sophie aims high with a boot-iful store on the Grimsthorpe Shooting Estate

Sophie aims high with a boot-iful store on the Grimsthorpe Shooting Estate

Boots and shoes are proving good sellers at a recently-opened country boutique.


Card Factory set to open in Bourne

Card Factory set to open in Bourne

Card Factory set to open in Bourne

A major greetings card retailer has started advertising for staff in Bourne.


Lincolnshire County Council recruits top boss

Lincolnshire County Council recruits top boss

Lincolnshire County Council recruits top boss

A long-standing council employee is now its top boss.


Neighbours attack council after dog kennels plan is approved

Neighbours attack council after dog kennels plan is approved

Neighbours attack council after dog kennels plan is approved

District councillors have rejected claims by neighbours that dogs would be too much of a nuisance at a dog kennels operation.


'Issues' threaten delay of JD Wetherspoon in Bourne

'Issues' threaten delay of JD Wetherspoon in Bourne

'Issues' threaten delay of JD Wetherspoon in Bourne

The opening of Bourne's JD Wetherspoon has been confirmed as part of a national expansion.


Farm at Carlby, near Stamford and Bourne, to make ‘paper bottles’

Farm at Carlby, near Stamford and Bourne, to make ‘paper bottles’

Farm at Carlby, near Stamford and Bourne, to make ‘paper bottles’

A start-up business called Supa water expects to start production in the new year.


Two-acre field secured as wildlife haven

Two-acre field secured as wildlife haven

Two-acre field secured as wildlife haven

A trailblazing idea could turn bare fields into local spaces to support nature.


Pub brews church fundraiser

Pub brews church fundraiser

Pub brews church fundraiser

The landlords of a Rippingale pub, John and Louise Smith, devised the idea when they heard St Andrew’s Church had major problems in its chancel roof.


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