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Roadworks within Boston Cemetery

Roadworks within Boston Cemetery

Due to resurfacing works within the cemetery on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th March, access may be restricted at certain times at Marian Road gate a...

WIN your shopping and help protect children

WIN your shopping and help protect children

Don't miss out on the chance of winning a £10 shopping voucher, just by putting a sticker in your car showing support for new rules on smoking in cars...

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Drink and drugs-free zone

Drink and drugs-free zone

The clocks have changed, the nights are lighter and the weather's better... and Boston Police and Boston Borough Council have stepped up action to det...

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Kids clean up

Kids clean up

Boston's tenth annual big clean-up takes place next month, but children have already completed the Big Schools Clean-up.

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May Fair golden ticket

May Fair golden ticket

A unique golden ticket, to ride every attraction at Boston's May Fair for free for as many times as you want, is up for grabs.

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Haven Bridge urban meadow makeover

Haven Bridge urban meadow makeover

The urban meadow at Boston's Haven Bridge, which provided a spectacular show of colour when it was first created, impressing the in-bloom judge who aw...

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Big Boston Clean-up's tenth birthday event

Big Boston Clean-up's tenth birthday event

The Big Boston Clean-up celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and will be a part of the national Great British Spring Clean campaign.

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Will you venture Into The Woods?

Will you venture Into The Woods?

It begins with once upon a time and ends with happily ever after - but there is a wicked witch and an evil curse in between, so an exciting time is as...

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Town's first Hanseatic visitors

Town's first Hanseatic visitors

Boston has had its first official Hanseatic League visit with the Mayor hosting a party from Holland.

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Rohan's Boston view gifted to town

Rohan's Boston view gifted to town

A piece of original art, in the style of the famous railway posters promoting the places they served, has been presented to Boston Borough Council and...

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Young persons' mental health survey

Young persons' mental health survey

Healthwatch Lincolnshire want to hear from you about your experiences of the children and adolescent mental health services (known as CAMHS) in Lincol...

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National Lottery Boost for Boston

National Lottery Boost for Boston

This year, over £1million raised by National Lottery players has been invested in the on-going regeneration of Boston's town centre.

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Students join dog poo campaign

Students join dog poo campaign

A team of Boston College students have volunteered to help the borough council with its dog poo campaign.

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Healthy fun - stirred not shaken

Healthy fun - stirred not shaken

Fun doesn't have to be fuelled by alcohol. And to prove it Boston's Community Alcohol Partnership has a day of family fun planned for the town's Marke...

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Why half your borough's council tax goes to drainage boards

Why half your borough's council tax goes to drainage boards

Much of Boston borough is at or below sea level. So much so that without the power of pumps the water in the area's network of ditches, drains and eve...

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Visitors from France welcomed by Mayor and Mayoress

Visitors from France welcomed by Mayor and Mayoress

Visitors from Laval, Boston's twin town in France, have been welcomed to the town by the Mayor and Mayoress.

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