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  • Sales are booming in Lincolnshire as Ford reports highest sales since 2007

    By efisher at 14:50 on 03/03/14
    Ford Focus and Fiesta
    Local Ford Dealership, Evans Halshaw, is seeing the benefits of record UK car sales being mirrored on their forecourts in Lincoln, Grantham and Gainsborough.   The Society of Motor Manufactures and Traders (SMMT) announced recently that new registrations were at their highest since 2007, rising by an impressive 10.8 per cent in the last 12 months. Local Ford dealer Evans Halshaw reveals the changes they've been seeing on...
  • West Lindsey council's phone system back in action

    By Lincolnshire Echo at 07:00 on 31/01/14
    RE-CONNECTED: West Lindsey District Council's headquarters at The Guildhall in Gainsborough.
    A Lincolnshire council's phone system is working again this morning following problems yesterday. Residents and businesses trying to contact West Lindsey District Council in Gainsborough on Thursday found that they could not get through. And people trying to phone the authority were asked to go through Lincolnshire County Council in Lincoln. But the lines to the council were restored yesterday evening. West Lindsey's customer,...
  • Five Lincolnshire Red Cross disabled living centres to close

    By Lincolnshire Echo at 20:00 on 22/01/14
    Five Lincolnshire Red Cross disabled living centres to close
    Five centres which provide medical equipment to disabled people are to close, with the loss of five jobs. The Red Cross is to shut its Disabled Living Centres in Lincoln, Gainsborough, Boston, Mablethorpe and Stamford. The charity can no longer afford to run the centres after Lincolnshire County Council pulled its funding. The disabled living centres provide equipment, information and advice to disabled people, their carers and...

    By Gainsborough People at 14:55 on 21/01/14
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  • Police renew witness appeal after Gainsborough stabbing

    By Lincolnshire Echo at 11:14 on 08/01/14
    NO ENTRY: Police cordoned off a section of Lea Road in Gainsborough after the stabbing.
    A police investigation is continuing after a man was stabbed in the thigh in a late-night attack in a Lincolnshire town. The 38-year-old Gainsborough man was treated for non life-threatening injuries at Hull Royal Infirmary. He also suffered a fractured cheekbone and bruising in the incident, which happened in Ashcroft Road in the market town. Police and the ambulance service were called at 1.47am on Sunday morning. A number of...

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