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Boston town centre road improvements to start next month

Boston town centre road improvements to start next month

Improvements are planned for two key junctions on the A16 in Boston.

Drop off points for duplicate garden waste stickers

Drop off points for duplicate garden waste stickers

With help from a number of village stores Boston council has now got drop-off points for anyone who still has duplicate garden waste stickers to be re...

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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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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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Fran rests her walking boots

Fran rests her walking boots

Boston Borough Council's Fran Taylor is reluctantly hanging up her boots after ten years supporting walkers to cover 12,900 miles.

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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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Smoking in cars

Smoking in cars

Car drivers could win a shopping voucher through a window sticker campaign by showing their support for new rules on smoking in cars carrying children...

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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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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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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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Unlicensed HMO owner told to pay more than £58,000

Unlicensed HMO owner told to pay more than £58,000

The owner of a former Boston pub accused in court of putting tenants in danger has been ordered to pay more than £58,000.

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Council tax 2017/18: Borough council increase less than 9p a week

Council tax 2017/18: Borough council increase less than 9p a week

The majority of households will have to pay less than 9p a week more towards the borough's share of their council tax.

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Boundary Commission for England starts second public consultation

Boundary Commission for England starts second public consultation

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) will once again be asking the public to help shape plans to change Parliamentary constituency boundaries as ...

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War museum needs last-gasp help

War museum needs last-gasp help

Opening soon with Dame Vera Lynn endorsement

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