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Tree recycling service

St Barnabas Hospice is offering a Christmas tree recycling service in the New Year for households across Lincolnshire. The service will take place on January 12, when the hospice will collect and recycle unwanted Christmas trees from select postcodes in the area. Last year the charity recycled 1,500 trees and raised £10k to support families living with a life limiting or terminal illness.

A ditched shopping trolley on the railway embankment beside galley Hill bridge in Sleaford which reveals layers of litter built up beneath.

Litter group’s bid for Co-op grant

Sleaford Be Litter Free Facebook group is applying to the Co-op’s Envronment Quarter Fund to pay for professional help to clear years of accumulated litter from the steep bank by the Galley Hill rail bridge in town.

A Lincolnshire Co-op Community Champions money collection tin. Picture: Chris Vaughan Photography for Lincolnshire Co-op

Helping ease financial stresses

Financial wellbeing charities and groups tackling issues like debt management in Sleaford and beyond are set to benefit from thousands of pounds in a new fundraising campaign.

Tom Edwards of Heckington signing his new book at Heckington Chhristmas Fair. EMN-180312-095942001

Tom launches life story

Veteran radio and TV broadcaster Tom Edwards has now released the controversial book of his life story, including his experiences in pirate radio and his successful battle with alcoholism.

Aaron Hood (left) and Dan O'Hagan from Lincolnshire Co-op travel.

Lincolnshire Co-op’s festive appeal

Lincolnshire Co-op’s travel branches are appealing for donations of unwrapped presents to pass on to food banks this Christmas as part of its Santa’s Suitcase campaign.

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