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Give your views on borough parks

Give your views on borough parks

Parks and open spaces in Boston have a variety of uses - some just like to chill in the sunshine while others aim to get fitter using some of the outd...

Local Plan submitted

Local Plan submitted

One of the area's most important planning documents is in its final stages.

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Don't invite a burglar in

Don't invite a burglar in

The recent heatwave may now be on the wane but Boston Police are warning against leaving downstairs windows open overnight.

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A new Art Deco garden for Central Park

A new Art Deco garden for Central Park

Volunteers from Boston in Bloom, Your Day - Your Say a support service for individuals with a learning difficulty and Transported, a community-focused...

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Dog fouling, bin lorry blockers: Council leads the way

Dog fouling, bin lorry blockers: Council leads the way

Councils in other parts of the country besieged by some of the same problems being tackled here have asked for advice from Boston Borough Council.

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Needles in blue bin shocker

Needles in blue bin shocker

This shocking scene is one of the worst abuses of the recycling collection services offered by Boston Borough Council.

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Japanese visitors welcomed by mayor

Japanese visitors welcomed by mayor

Visitors from Boston's friendship city in Japan were welcomed to town by Mayor of Boston, Cllr Bernard Rush and Mayoress Mrs Jayne Rush today.

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A food shop with personal experience

A food shop with personal experience

Throughout July we are working with Eastern European shops and supermarkets to help educate people from other nationalities about the amazing range of...

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Boston's honour and privilege

Boston's honour and privilege

Troops with bayonets fixed marched through Boston yesterday as a jet roared overhead - but it was all done in the name of peace and freedom.

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Calling all Pirates, Poets and Pond Dippers!

Calling all Pirates, Poets and Pond Dippers!

Wash Week is back! This celebratory week-ish long series of events explores the maritime history, culture, people and wildlife of The Wash and North N...

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Hurricane fly past for Boston's 1940 event

Hurricane fly past for Boston's 1940 event

Crowds gathered at Boston's first 1940s event in Central Park on Sunday, June 11 attracting more than 2,000 visitors.

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Annual Freedom Parade

Annual Freedom Parade

Boston marks its special relationship with the RAF with the annual Freedom Parade on Thursday, June 15.

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Spotlight on Boston tourism

Spotlight on Boston tourism

Cllr Claire Rylott, Boston Borough Council's leisure services portfolio holder, seized an opportunity during a chance meeting to invite Halina Davies,...

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You can't tie Boston Police Cadets in knots.

You can't tie Boston Police Cadets in knots.

But they are pretty good at tying a few knots of their own, especially of the knot garden variety.

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Fines for bin-lorry blockers

Fines for bin-lorry blockers

Vehicle owners who continuously obstruct Boston Borough Council's bin lorries now face risk of prosecution.

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Ladies, get in shape at Shapers

Ladies, get in shape at Shapers

New gym area for women only at Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex

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Chim chiminy, chim chim cher-ee... name that film?

Chim chiminy, chim chim cher-ee... name that film?

Bet you all named Mary Poppins. It's a Disney family favourite and now you can experience all the songs, all the action and all the technicolour splen...

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