PHOTO GALLERY: Sea creatures wash up in their thousands in Skegness

Thousands of sea creatures have washed up along the Skegness coast due to the high tide and strong winds.

Lincolnshire man Gary Drayton, second from left, pictured in the trailer for the new History Channel show The Curse of Civil War Gold.

Oak Island treasure hunter joins TV search for ‘cursed’ Civil War gold

A TV treasure hunter from Lincolnshire is to appear in the new History Channel show airing tomorrow (March 6).


Boston Stump closes - but will re-open with free ‘big breakfast’ event

Boston Stump closed today (Tuesday) due to the ‘expected increase in snowfall’ later this afternoon.

Bin collections were suspended last week due to poor weather conditions (stock image).

‘Hazardous’ road conditions see bins go uncollected in Boston area

The snowy weather conditions in the borough meant council refuge trucks were unable to make bin collections in several streets today.

People in Boston are being urged not to touch starfish in the area's tidal zones, or along neighbouring beaches in Skegness.

Warning to Boston residents not to touch ‘potentially lethal’ toxic starfish

A warning has been issued to dog walkers along tidal areas in Boston not to touch starfish and other sea creatures that wash up.

Members of East Coast Steampunks UK at The Royal Oak in Candlesby, with group organiser Christina Gee pictured front row, third from left.

New Steampunk group near Spilsby welcomes the ‘steam-curious’

A new ‘Steampunk’ group has been set up to celebrate the sub-culture’s love of Victorian-inspired science fiction, invention and creativity.

A family portrait of Emily Langton-Massingberd. Image courtesy of National Trust.

FEATURE: Gunby Hall’s women’s rights campaigner who dressed like a man

On the 100th anniversary of women over 30 getting the right to vote - we look at the life of Gunby’s Emily Langton-Massingberd

The injured cat being treated at the vets.

UPDATE: Appeal after pet cat is shot near Boston

A beloved pet cat has been killed after being cruelly shot in the neck by an air rifle in Leverton.

The existing buoy at Custom House Quay in Boston.

Oh buoy! New maritime art plan for town

A new art installation project could see several huge buoys placed around Boston to help promote the town’s maritime heritage.

Pictured, from left: Roger Welberry from Swineshead Parish Council and SES, Carl Gibbard from SES, Coun Michael Brookes, fundraiser Sean Trafford, Jayne Newark from SES, and Alan Hughes, vice chairman of parish council.

‘Water’ result! Village pond is saved as wildlife flocks back

Work to save a village pond from becoming dry wasteland has culminated in fish returning to its waters - for the first time in several years.

The Knights of Skirbeck will be holding a merry medieval Christmas event at the Guildhall Museum on Saturday.

Enjoy a merry medieval Christmas at the museum

Celebrate Christmas ‘medieval style’ in Boston this Saturday with the Knights of Skirbeck.

Sutterton dog park.

Dog park is the perfect playground for perky pooches

A dog lover from Sutterton has turned three acres of her land into a play park for members of the community to use with their pet pooches.

Sebastien taking part in the triathlon.

Triathlon effort for crisis team

A Boston man has overcome depression to complete a gruelling triathlon and rasie £2,000 for the local health trust which helped him.

Stephen Briggs who claims to have seen numerous ghosts and other entities in Skegness and Horncastle. Photo by Nick Johnson.

Man claims he was ‘punched’ by a ghost in Skegness

A man who claims to have seen dozens of ghosts and entities in the Skegness area is hoping to write a book about his terrifying experiences.

Red the dog following his amputation

VIDEO UPDATE: Leg amputation hasn’t slowed down ‘Red’ the dog

A video showing a dog, previously abandoned with a broken leg, racing around on three legs has been released by the RSPCA.

The interior of Skidbrooke Church. Photo by Pete Creasy

Lincolnshire’s Top 8 terrifying and bizarre paranormal cases

From ghost sightings and ‘demonic’ hauntings to UFOs caught on military radar - Lincolnshire has been a hotbed of all things paranormal over the years.

Pupils at Hawthorn Tree Primary School with some of the books from their library.

£4,000 boost for school’s library

Hawthorn Tree Primary School in Boston has received a £4,000 grant from the Foyle Foundation School Library Programme to re-stock their library and install an electronic system.

Two of the 59 residents at Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary which is appealing for funds to build a winter shelter for the animals.

Sanctuary near Skegness makes appeal for shelter

A donkey sanctuary in Huttoft is appealing for donations to fund a winter shelter for its residents - after what they say has been the ‘worst summer’ for raising funds and vets bills.

The bush (right) on Cuthberts Lane, Frampton West, where the dog was found tied up with a broken leg.

Dog is left tied up to bush with a broken leg

A dog suspected to have been used for harecoursing has been found dumped and tied up with a broken leg.

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