Typhoon set to replace Lancaster in Dambusters 75th anniversary celebrations after wind cancels planned flight
A Typhoon from RAF Coningsby is set to help mark the 75th anniversary of the Dambusters most famous raids today after a planned flight by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster was cancelled due to wind conditions.
CAMPAIGN: Distributor road on the Government’s radar after being discussed in Parliament
Boston’s MP has put The Standard’s campaign for funding to be drawn down for a £100 million investment for the new Boston Distributor Road on the Government’s radar after questioning the Transport Secretary in the House of Commons today (Tursday).
A statement from the trust which runs the county’s hospitals has said children’s services at Pilgrim Hospital are ‘fragile’ adding they were ‘currently safe, but we may not be able to maintain all services at the hospital’.
CAMPAIGN: Haulage industry joins campaign to drive £100 million bid for road funding forward!
Following the launch of the Transport for Boston campaign last week, The Standard had been in touch with the Road Haulage Association, the Freight Transport Association and their members to gather their support for the new distributor road.
Grammar school rated ‘Good’ in majority of areas - but still requires improvement
Boston Grammar School has said it has been told it ‘still requires improvement’ following a recent Ofsted inspection but leaders have today (Thursday) said progress had been made and the school was rated ‘Good’ in areas.
William Lovell Academy leaders told by Ofsted they have ‘let pupils down’ and left school ‘in a state of flux’ as watchdog rates it ‘inadequate’
Leaders at William Lovell Church of England Academy have been told they have ‘let pupils down’ and ‘left the school in a state of flux’ after an Ofsted inspection graded it ‘inadequate’ across the board and recommended it as requiring special measures.