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Spilsby Show Is Go

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With the sunshine beaming down on the Spilsby Show another great event is expected!

There is no better way to spend a summers day than at a local show. They are always bright, cheerful and full of entertaining and interesting exhibits for the whole family.


Heavy Horse Charity Race Night Cancelled

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The Northcote Heavy Horse Centre have confirmed that their charity race night due to take place on Saturday 7 July has been cancelled.

Northcote Heavy Horse Centre is an animal welfare charity which has been helping horses since 1989 and was hoping to raise much needed funds through the event, but has now cancelled the event due to low ticket sales which would have meant the event would have cost more ...


Countdown to the Spilsby Show

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Spilsby is counting down the days until the 2018 Spilsby Show.

There is no better way to spend a summers day than at a local show. They are always bright, cheerful and full of entertaining and interesting exhibits for the whole family.


Annual rose day returns at Gunby Hall

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A National Trust property near Spilsby is making preparations for its annual Rose Day celebrations.

Gunby Hall, Estate and Gardens, will hold its Rose Day on Sunday, June 24, from 11am to 5pm.


Source: Skegness Standard


Trail to launch commemorating Spilsby's Sir John Franklin

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A Trail will be launched in Spilsby as part of the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival, to celebrate the life and achievements of the arctic explorer, Sir John Franklin.

Franklin was born in Spilsby in 1786 and was raised in the town, later being educated at Louth Grammar School, but by the age of 14 he had joined the Royal Navy as a 'first class volunteer'. Over the coming years he was involved in e...


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