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RECENT NOSTALGIA: New outdoor play area at nursery

Youngsters at Boston’s Little Acorns Day Nursery are pictured 10 years ago.

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Donington Secondary School 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Cinderella finds her Prince in Donington

Cinderella found her Prince thanks to the cast of Donington’s Thomas Cowley School’s pantomime, 10 years ago.

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Pictured here in 1993 with then Mayor of Boston Coun Joyce Dodson are members of Blackfriars Youth Theatre. The group had recently reformed and just put on its first public performance, Robin Hood.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1918 and 1993

This week (February 14 edition) in 1918 ...

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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.

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The 141 Boston squadron 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Air cadets get ready to mark latest anniversary

Air cadet squadrons from all across Lincolnshire joined together 10 years ago to celebrate 67 years of the Air Training Corps (ATC) at East Kirkby airfield.

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Hawthorn Tree pupils 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Second place for Hawthorn Tree in Sportshall Athletics

Hawthorn Tree Primary School finished runners-up in the Sportshall Athletics cup final, 10 years ago.

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St Mary's pupils in 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Sporthall Athletics cup finals

St Mary’s RC Primary School came top of the class in the Sportshall Athletics cup final, 10 years ago.

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Boston Grammar School pupils on board the HMS Wolverton in 1968.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1978 and 1988 and a snapshot from 1968

This week (February 7 edition) in 1978 ...

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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

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B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

Weddings can be expensive affairs but high street retailer B&M has released a new selection of wedding accessories to make your big day that bit more affordable with prices starting at just one pound.

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Which slice is laced with fiery chilli? The new pizza roulette challenge from Sleaford's Oasis Pizza and Kebab. EMN-180126-160629001

Town takeaway is challenging diners to Pizza Roulette

Anyone up for a game of pizza roulette?

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Save money by booking your holiday car online. EMN-180125-144723001

Drive your car hire costs down this half term

New research from holiday comparison website, TravelSupermarket has revealed families looking to hire a car this half term could be paying up to 19 times more for a vehicle purchased at the airport on arrival vs booking the same car type in advance online.

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An Illuminate parade in recent years, organised by Transported Art, has been building towards the Mayflower 400 celebrations. EMN-180126-100416001

Mayflower 400 celebrations could see share of £76m tourism for town

Boston could be set to profit from a share of more than 1.4 million visitors from the USA – creating a £76 million economic impact and 2,000 jobs – as part of its role in celebrating the history of the Mayflower sailing to America, researchers believe.

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The future of UK shopping? Revolutionary new Amazon supermarket has no checkouts and no staff

Amazon have welcomed the public into their first supermarket more than a year after opening the space to employees for testing purposes.

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Sibsey Free School in 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Panto season at Sibsey School

Jack and the Beanstalk was the pantomime performance from parents, friends, and associates of Sibsey Free School 10 years ago.

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Butterwick Primary School, 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: FA award for Butterwick school

Butterwick Primary School was celebrating winning a FA Charter Standard schools award, 10 years ago.

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A children's party at Wyberton Parish Hall this week in 1968.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1968 and 1993

This week (January 24 edition) in 1968 ...

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Boston Borough Council offices on West Street, Boston EMN-171025-171317001

Council’s £100k plans to improve town’s outdoor facilities approved

Boston borough council’s leaders have approved plans to spend around £100,000 on improving the town’s outdoor leisure facilities over the next two years.

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Wrangle Primary School pupils in 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Pupil’s handy hygiene posters go on display

Creative pupils from Wrangle Primary School unveiled new artwork at Pilgrim Hospital, in Boston, 10 years ago to promote hand hygiene.

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