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Lincolnshire Echo, March 01, 2012

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In Court

Caroline Reynolds, 35, of 3 Gloucester House, Laughton Way, Lincoln, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Magistrates' Court to breach of the peace. She was bound over in the sum of Pounds 50 for six months to keep the peace especially towards others on Laughton Way, Lincoln. Michael Worton, 58, of 1 Victoria Avenue, Woodhall Spa, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Magistrates' Court to driving in excess of 30mph. He was fined Pounds 60, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of Pounds 15 and costs of Pounds 43. His ...

Births

Alexa Grace Coulson Baby: Alexa Grace Coulson. Birth weight: 5lb 10oz. Date of Birth: February 5. Time of Birth: 3.26am. Early or late: Two weeks early. Parents: Sarah Coulson and Wayne Chapple. Picture: Carly Brown. Jackson Bailey Yeates Baby: Jackson Bailey Yeates. Birth weight: 8lb 14oz. Date of Birth: February 1. Time of Birth: 2.14pm. Early or late: Three days early. Parents: Katrina Hodson and Paul Yeates. Picture: Carly Brown.

Exploring Wildlife in a Beautiful Park Setting

Aseries of nature weekends are to be held at Woodhall Country Park. The park is set in 80 acres of woodland and is home to a range of wildlife including birds, insects and amphibians. New walking trails and bird hides in the park enable guests and visitors to walk through the park and observe wildlife in its natural habitat.

A United Voice Carries Far More Weight in Debate Over Planning ; Nature Notes Steve Lovell, Press and Publicity Officer for the Lincoln Rspb Group

In the last edition of Nature Notes, I closed by saying that this next article would look at some of the wider issues facing the future of our wildlife. Some of these factors were very well addressed in an adjoining column (Echo, February 16) which stated that more than half of England's countryside is at risk from proposals to reform the planning system.

Thug Given Three-Year Football Ban

A thug who was involved in trouble at a number of Lincoln City games has been banned from football grounds for three years. Aaron Bee, 19, must also hand his passport into police and attend a police station while England are playing. He is banned from travelling to Poland and Ukraine in the summer for Euro 2012. Bee, of Swift Gardens, Lincoln, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates' Court on Tuesday. As well as the football banning order, he must pay Pounds 1,200 costs and is banned from Lincoln cit...

Appeal to Give a Dog a Home for Up to 12 Weeks

Volunteers are needed to give trainee guide dogs temporary homes. Boarders will have the animals for six to 12 weeks. Applicants must be willing to feed and groom them on a daily basis and follow guidelines from a trainer. They must also have an enclosed garden or yard.

Gruelling Relay Race Open for Entries Again

Applications have opened for the 24-hour Relay For Life charity challenge. Organisers are looking for groups to take part in the annual event, which raises money for Cancer Research UK.

Dentist Who Fondled Patients' Breasts Is Struck Off Register

A dentist and former Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who fondled the breasts of two patients during emergency examinations has been kicked out of the profession. Adrian Heath told the women he was feeling their glands as he performed the inappropriate examinations, the General Dental Council ruled.

Man Killed After Laying On Track

A man died after laying down on a train track, an inquest heard. Andrew Dufton, of Bratoft, near Skegness, was killed by a train on December 21 last year. A post mortem examination revealed the 38- year-old died of multiple injuries. An inquest at the Cathedral Centre in Lincoln heard how Mr Dufton had lost his house, his girlfriend and lost contact with his daughter shortly before his death.

Bail Date for Men ; Newsbriefing

Two men arrested in connection with an unexplained death in Lincoln will answer bail on Wednesday, April 25. Shaun Jackson, 44, was found at his address in Camwood Crescent in the early hours of February 21.

Traffic Delays ; Newsbriefing

Motorists are advised to expect longer journey times as traffic is to be diverted due to roadworks. Fen Lane, in Burton-by-Lincoln, will be closed for two weeks from Monday, March 5, for essential maintenance. Traffic will be diverted via the A57, Long Leys Road, Yarborough Road, Burton Road and vice versa.

Gig From Folk Stars ; Newsbriefing

Folk favourites Bellowhead have announced they are to return to Lincoln with a gig at the Engine Shed. The 11-piece outfit are best-known for their energetic performances and playing traditional folk songs and shanties. In 2010, Bellowhead were named best live act at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for an unprecedented fourth time. They have also released a live DVD which was filmed in May 2011 at a gig in Bournemouth.

Historic Hotel Could Face Demolition for Lindongate

Plans have been submitted to demolish the former Grand Hotel in Lincoln as part of the Pounds 100 million Lindongate shopping development. The hotel in St Mary's Street, opened in 1930 but closed in September 2004, was converted into student digs and re- named Oxford Hall. It has been empty for more than a year.

Rare Film Shown for the First Time

Rare amateur films shot in Lincolnshire will be screened for the first time. Footage from the 1930s and 1970s will be shown at four events around the county.

Trial for Man Accused of Pounds 64,258 Fraud

A man is facing trial over an alleged Pounds 64,258 VAT fraud linked to three companies he owned. Roger Ede, 51, of Sleaford Road, Tattershall, has appeared at Lincoln Crown Court where he denied three counts of obtaining fraudulent payments of VAT. Ede was a director of UK Soap Co Ltd, which produced an online television soap opera, Soma Vita Ltd, a wellbeing products import business which diversified into moving oil refineries from Iran to India, and Alpha Canis Ltd, a people management ope...

Brilliant Burton Prove They Have a Tip-Top Chip Shop

A Lincoln fish and chip shop is all shook up - for the right reasons. Burton Road Fish and Chip Restaurant and Takeaway won the 'Best Chippy Chips' award for the East of England, voted for by the public during Chip Week. To celebrate, 'Elvis' (aka Matt Machin) paid a visit to owner Des Anastasiou, above.

More Than 20 Jobs Created by the Arrival of Browns

A new department store will open in August, creating 24 jobs. Browns of York is spending Pounds 650,000 moving into the Marshall's Yard retail complex in Gainsborough. The company will take on the unit currently occupied by Carpetright. The carpet store, which employs two people, is due to close at the end of March.

'My Husband Is a Real Hero'

What do you love most about living in Lincolnshire? Lincolnshire is my home and birthplace and I am very proud of the county - and being a yellowbelly. Do you have any plans to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee? Yes, I am involved in organising a village event in the form of a street party at the Community Centre, plus other events with my friends.

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