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RECENT NOSTALGIA: The first Big Boston Clean Up

A scene from the first Big Boston Clean Up 10 years ago.

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Another scene from the Kick It play scheme at Peter Paine Sports Centre 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Police join youngsters for play scheme

The Kick It play scheme 10 years ago featured such activities as arts and crafts, sports, and hi-tech games.

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‘Shakespeare’ school festival

The public are invited along to a free festival of entertainment in Kirton to celebrate the life and works of William Shakespeare.

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Peter Paine Sports Centre, 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Children ‘Kick It’ during Easter break

Young people were enjoying a range of activities at Boston’s Peter Paine Sports Centre 10 years ago.

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Here is the scene at a monster-making workshop at Blackfriars Arts Centre this week 25 years ago. A group of seven to 10-year-olds created monsters out of such items as boxes and tissue paper.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1988 and 1993

This week (April 18 edition) in 1988 ...

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In Pictures: Family’s inspirational ‘van life’ adventure

A father who quit his job for an adventure around the world with his family is sharing his story of life on the road.

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The launch of Sportsbikeshop's new monthly bike nights takes place tomorrow (Tuesday). Image: Sportsbikeshop.

Retail firm to launch bike nights in Kirton

Kirton-based Sportsbikeshop are to hold the first of their newly-launched monthly bike nights tomorrow (Tuesday)

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Friskney 1st Beavers 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Beavers’ charity car wash

Armed with buckets of water and sponges, Friskney 1st Beavers turned out in force for a charity car wash at the village hall – raising £113.55 – 10 years ago.

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Wyldecrest Parks' chairman Alfie Best (left) and Stuart Round, charity's manager (right). EMN-181104-105111001

Park and holiday home operator launches its own charity

One of the UK’s largest park and holiday home operators has announced the launch of its own charity.

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Wyberton Rainbows 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Rainbows growing for the community

Wyberton Rainbows had been busy planting sunflowers to give to members of the community 10 years ago.

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St Nicholas' CofE Primary School 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Pupils get into Samba rhythm

A group of Year Six pupils at St Nicholas’ CofE Primary School, Boston, had been taking part in weekly Samba sessions 10 years ago.

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Kitwood Girls School pupils await a train at Boston station in April 1968 to begin their eight-day holiday in Paris.

NOSTALGIA: This week in 1968 and 1973

This week (April 11 edition) in 1968 ...

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GALLERY: Dragon Egg hunt and fun day at Bolingbroke Castle

Children enjoyed a ‘magical, mythical’ day out at Bolingbroke Castle’s dragon egg hunt and family fun day.

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Big Boston Clean Up 2018. L-R Kathryn Thornalley, Richard Mitcham, Nicky Miles, John Secker, James Blackman 12, Michael Brookes, Harry Blackman 12, Debbie Blackman, Phil Perry. EMN-180904-131240001

IN PICTURES: Volunteers get to cleaning town centre

A spring clean has begun with volunteers out and about for the 11th annual Big Boston Clean-Up.

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Cheers... pictured (from left) trainee supervisor Luke Ayre and manager Craig Wilkinson, of Starbucks, with stranded motorist Mark Vazro, of Pinchbeck.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Offering a cup of cheer

Motorists stranded on the outskirts of Boston on Good Friday 2008 were kept full of beans as they waited hours for traffic to clear.

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Boston Borough Council offices.

Town centre groups can apply for £1,000 funding

Boston community groups and organisations are being invited to apply for up to £1,000 towards projects which can benefit the town centre area and its residents.

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Good Friday in Boston, 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Easter Walk of Witness

Good Friday 2008 and the Walk of Witness takes place in Boston.

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Manchester Airport reveals where Lincolnshire holidaymakers are jetting off to.

Favourite holiday destinations for Lincolnshire residents are revealed

Holidaymakers from Lincolnshire enjoy long-haul jaunts to Dubai, New York and Orlando - according to research by Manchester Airport.

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Kirton Methodist Church, Good Friday 2008.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Youngsters turn out for Easter workshop

Here we turn back the clock 10 years to Good Friday 2008 and a workshop held by Kirton Methodist School for the area’s youngsters.

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